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Study opportunities

The University of Münster offers over 120 subjects in more than 250 degree programmes – an enormous selection which can make choosing difficult for prospective students.

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Fields of study [de]

Fields of study consist of degree programmes which have a common thematic orientation. Based on these fields, the Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB) can help you determine which degree programme corresponds best to your academic interests.

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Study Guide [de]

The Study Guide provides an overview of the degree programmes offered at the University of Münster and links to further information and subject-specific counselling opportunities. The Study Guide is a service by the Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB).

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General Studies

In addition to promoting self-responsible action, General Studies enables students in bachelor's programmes to anchor their academic qualifications in as many levels of reflection and practical application as possible.

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Summer Schools [de]

The University of Münster hosts a variety of summer schools. For an overview, visit the Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB) website.

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Exchange programmes

If you're interested in studying at the University of Münster through an exchange programme, such as ERASMUS, you should obtain information about language skill requirements, university courses, credit points and student accommodation in Münster.


"JuniorUni" - Academy for Bright Minds

The University of Münster welcomes prospective students with bright minds. With its project "JuniorUni", the University gives especially gifted, motivated and hard-working pupils a head start and offers them early orientation in choosing a subject of study.

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Senior guest programme

To be eligible for enrolment in an admission-restricted degree programme, you must be under 55 years of age. But if you belong to the older generation, the University of Münster allows senior citizens to audit selected courses as guest students.