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International Prospective Master Students

 

Before the arrival

Before the arrival

Accommodation, health insurance, bank account etc. (in German)
Master Factsheet

Master Factsheet

First information on your Master studies at the University of Cologne

Range of Studies

What are the Master's programmes available at the University of Cologne?
 

The University of Cologne offers you

  • Master's programmes taught in English
  • Master's programmes taught partially in English
  • Master's programmes with an international scope
  • Master's programmes taught in German

Application and Admission

Application Procedure

The application for your intended master's program is generally made via the respective master admission committee of the faculty and also uni assist e.V. There is a master admission's committee for each master's program, which is responsible for the selection process and will check in each individual case whether you have the required professional qualifications.

 

Organise your Stay in Cologne

 

Contact
 

Your Contact Persons at the International Office:

Application, Admission, Enrolment 

Christina Boland & Henrike Bassenge
E-mail: international-masters-students@verw.uni-koeln.de
Phone: +49 (0)221 / 470-76312 (9 - 10 am, Henrike Bassenge)

Consultation hours
Application, Admission and Enrolment

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10 am - 12.30 pm
Wednesday: 4 pm - 6 pm

or by individual appointment: international-masters-studentsSpamProtectionverw.uni-koeln.de

In the SSC (Student Service Center) ground-floor

 
 

 
Mentoring Programmes of the HR Development for Researchers

Gender Mentoring-Agentur – for female students & doctoral candidates (GER/EN)

Erste Generation Promotion – for (doctoral) students with a non-academic background (GER)

For female (doctoral) students with a primarily non-university career goal (GER)