Application? Check! TU Braunschweig checks university applications during final sprint for applications for subjects with restricted admissions
Is the resume attached? All the important certificates? Before the application deadline for degree programmes with restricted admission ends on 15 July, the Technische Universität Braunschweig’s Student Office is offering an application check on 14 and 15 July. On this day, staff will personally accept student applications at the Student Advice Centre and check them for completeness. Applicants can thus ensure that their documents are received in due form and time.
Applying at TU Braunschweig is easy and can be done in several ways: Prospective students can apply online via a portal and then send in their documents by post. However, the application can also be submitted on site. For this purpose, the Student Office will once again offer its application check at TU Braunschweig’s Student Advice Centre on the last two days of the application period. Applicants can hand in their application in person at the counter, where it can be checked directly on site whether the documents they have brought with them are complete.
The Student Advice Centre is extending its opening hours for the application check. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, 14 July, and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, 15 July, the doors will be open to prospective students for this service. There are no special hygiene measures that need to be followed. A reception desk is available for visitors in the entrance hall of the Haus der Wissenschaft (Pockelsstraße 11, 38106 Braunschweig), which will then direct them to the staff at the Student Service Centre.
The head of the Student Office, Kai Brunzel, advises those who already have all their documents together not to wait until the application deadline, but to apply online and then send the documents by post. Here, too, the applications are checked in advance. “If something is missing from applications sent in early by post, we can ask for additional documents,” explains Brunzel, “We will then inform the applicants via the TUconnect portal that something is still missing. So anyone who is unsure should send in their documents as early as possible or come to the application check.”
“We want to give all prospective students a relaxed start to their studies before they enrol and look forward to receiving many applications,” says Brunzel. While the application deadline for Bachelor’s programmes with restricted admissions and all Master’s programmes as well as for international applications is already on 15 July, prospective students still have until 15 October to apply for a programme with open admissions.
Admission-restricted degree programmes at TU Braunschweig
The Bachelor’s degree programmes with restricted admissions for the winter semester 2022/23 include: Architecture, Biology, Biotechnology, Food Chemistry, Psychology, Environmental Sciences, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Educational Sciences, Social Sciences, Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Protestant Theology and Religious Education. German Studies, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Philosophy, Physics Education, and Sports.