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Application IUDD

Application Process and Deadlines

Update: The Bauhaus-University has communicated some adaptations for the applications to our IUDD programme through Uni-Assist due to the current global situation with Corona. This means that you do not have to send hard copies of your documents to Uni-Assist and digital (scanned) documents will be sufficient. However, we nevertheless request you to scan certified translations of diploma etc. as required in the IUDD descriptions for application. In case your application is successful, certified copies however will be needed in the case of enrolment at the university.

Applying for our study Courses

Please use the following links to get more information about the application processes and deadlines for our degree programmes.

Information for the practice- and application-oriented international Master's programme „Reflective Urban Practice" (M.Sc.) in the study course "Integrated Urban Development and Design" (IUDD) taught in English can be found here:
Application IUDD "Reflective Urban Practice".

Information about the application for the international double degree programme „Advanced Urbanism" (M.Sc.) in the practice- and application-oriented master's course "Integrated Urban Development and Design" (IUDD) taught in English can be found here:
Application IUDD "Advanced Urbanism".

Deadline for the IUDD Study Programmes:
Applicants from countries of the European Union including Switzerland: 17th July 2022.
Applicants from all other countries (deadline at Uni-Assist): 15th May 2022.

Applications will be evaluated through the selection committe between end of June and end of July. Nevertheless earlier applications are strongly recommended to be proceeded at Uni-Assist (non-EU applicants). Due to the large number, applicants are required to not contact us about the status of your application. We will not be able to give you any answer before final decisions are made. In case your application was considered positively, you will receive an official admission letter from the university soon after. This document enables you to conduct all the administrative affairs such as visa-issues etc. And it is the precondition in order to enrol to the University for your Master Programme. Applicants who will not be successful with their application will also be informed.

Additional information:
First-year students without any German language knowledge who want to learn the language, can only take part in the intensive course "German as a Foreign Language". It is offered as a three-week course in September. Participation in the German semester courses beginning in October is only possible for students with at least basic knowledge. German language is not a formal requirement for the IUDD  study programme but may be of advantage for the Reflective Urban Practice course if you intend to do the practical semester of in a German-speaking country. For further information please check the Webpage of the University´s Language Center.