Bachelor's programmes / State examination degree programmes (non-EU/non-EEA applicants)
A legally mandated proportion of study places in restricted-admission bachelor's programmes and state examination degree programmes are reserved for applicants from non-EU countries. Study places are allocated primarily on the basis of the average grade of the applicant's university entrance qualification (see admission limits). Because the number of non-EU applications varies in every application round, we cannot offer you a reliable prognosis of what your average grade will have to be in order to gain admission to any specific restricted subject. As a rule of thumb, the more popular the subject is, the higher your average grade will have to be in order to secure a study place.
For example, Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy are extremely popular subjects. Past experience shows that candidates usually require an excellent average grade in order to even have a chance of receiving a study place. Other popular subjects include Business Administration, Psychology and Communication Science.