This is how to get a last-minute study place at TU Braunschweig
Good chances for late applicants to still get the study place of their choice. Online enrolment for the free admission degree programmes at Technische Universität Braunschweig is open until 15 October 2022. There is also a chance of getting your dream place on a restricted admission degree programme by drawing lots.
From Civil Engineering to Computer Sciences and Mechanical Engineering to Transportation Engineering. Prospective students who have made up their minds late have the opportunity to enrol at TU Braunschweig for the winter semester 2022/23. The enrolment period for the free admission degree programmes runs until 15 October.
Prospective students who still want to get hold of a place on a degree programme with restricted admission have the opportunity to take part in a lottery procedure. In this procedure, places that have become available at short notice or have not yet been allocated are drawn by lot.
In this winter semester, TU Braunschweig is conducting a lottery procedure in the following subjects: Architecture (Bachelor), Biology (Bachelor), Food Chemistry (Bachelor), Environmental Sciences (Bachelor), Industrial and Civil Engineering (Bachelor), Industrial and Electrical Engineering (Bachelor), Media Sciences with minor in Computer and Communication Systems Engineering (Bachelor), Media Studies with minor in Art History and Aesthetics (Bachelor), Biology Education (2-subject Bachelor), Chemistry Education (2-subject Bachelor), Protestant Theology and Religious Education (2-subject Bachelor), Educational Sciences (2-subject Bachelor), Mathematics (2-subject Bachelor), Mathematics Education (2-subject Bachelor), Philosophy (2-subject Bachelor).
Applications for lots can be submitted informally from now until 01.11.2022 (exception: Media Sciences, deadline here 05.10.2022). Simply send an email with the subject “Losverfahren” (lottery procedure), stating the degree programme and the degree as well as your contact details to the Enrolment Office.
Prospective students who have made up their minds at short notice have several options to check whether they are the right fit for their desired field of study. They can either get individual advice directly from the Academic Advisory Service, use the online self-assessment to make their decision or inform themselves about the degree programme via video.