International Study Programmes
Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences provides a large number of programmes with an international orientation. These include study programmes with an obligatory stay abroad and study programmes which can lead to a double degree, i.e. a degree is also awarded by the foreign partner university.
An optional stay abroad is possible as part of all other degree programmes. The International Office and the Departments will be glad to advise you about this.
Double Degree Programmes
On a course that includes a double degree programme, in addition to your University degree from the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences you will gain a degree from a foreign partner university at the same time.
Currently the University offers the following study programmes which can lead to a double degree:
Bachelor in Water Management
Students on the Bachelor’s programme in Water Management have the option of participating in the double degree programme in cooperation with the University of Holguin, Cuba.
Master in Water Engineering
This degree course taught in English is offered as a double degree programme in cooperation with the Universidad de La Coruña, Spain.
European Master in Sign Language Interpreting (EUMASLI)
EUMASLI is an innovative European Master’s programme in sign language interpreting, which has been developed by three universities in Germany, Finland and Great Britain with EU Erasmus funding and offered jointly since January 2009. EUMASLI is a part-time continuing education degree programme. Fees are payable for this course of studies.
Programmes with integrated stay abroad
On many Bachelor’s degree programmes at the University, a period abroad is stipulated as a mandatory component of the curriculum. This applies to the following programmes:
An optional stay abroad is possible as part of all other degree programmes. The International Office and the Department will be glad to advise you about this!
The deadlines for applications for a university place can vary greatly depending on the category of degree.
Distinctions are made between:
- courses of study without any admission restriction,
- restricted admission (NC) courses of study and
- courses of study requiring an aptitude test.
Please refer to the web pages of the Student Affairs (DE) Unit for information on the application deadline for the degree course you are interested in, the necessary application documents, and whether you need to take an aptitude examination for admission to the programme.
When should you apply and what should your application include? Learn more about our application procedures and deadlines.