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Master of Science - Graduate Program

 

Graduate Application Information

Here you can find out about deadlines, the application process and requirements to apply for your Master's Program at Jacobs University.

Application Deadlines

Jacobs University offers rolling admission. Incoming applications are reviewed continuously. Applicants for fall 2021 need to observe the following deadlines:

  • Applicants who need a visa to begin their studies in Germany: June 1, 2021
  • Applicants who do not need a visa to begin their studies in Germany: July 15, 2021

What are your visa requirements? Please click here for a full country list.

 

Application Process

Join Jacobs University in 5 easy steps:

1 Complete your application
2 Receive your decision after 2-4 weeks
3 Learn about financing options
4 Enroll and pay your deposit
5 Settle in during O-Week and start your studies

 

How to apply

You must apply through the Jacobs University ApplyYourself system. To begin your application, please create a Jacobs ApplyYourself account and start the Application for Graduate Admission.

Your transcripts, certificates and recommendation letters can be submitted through ApplyYourself. We cannot accept transcripts, score reports, and recommendations that are submitted/sent to us directly from the students, unless they are certified hard copies with seal and signature sent by regular post.

 

 

 

Requirements

When writing your letter of motivation, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Why have I chosen Jacobs University to continue my education?
  • Why should I be admitted to my chosen master program?
  • Which qualities make me an exceptional candidate?
Please limit your letter of motivation to 1 page and follow the guidelines of a formal letter.

 

Make sure your CV describes your academic and professional information, extracurricular and voluntary activities. If you don’t have any professional experience, you can describe academic projects you were part of during your studies.

Letters of recommendation typically come from professors, lecturers, project supervisors or employers. The purpose of a letter of recommendation is to explain and confirm the academic and/or professional skills, that have become apparent to the issuer of the letter during the time they knew you.

  • All letters must be duly signed and if possible sealed by the issuer
  • The content of both letters cannot be identical
  • Certifications of employment or studies are not valid
Make sure that letters explicitly say your name, the name of the issuer and his/her contact information

 

If you have not received your final transcript, please submit your most updated transcript or official marksheets of all completed semesters. If your bachelor transcript is not written in English or German, make sure to submit the original document along with its official translation.
Please keep in mind these guidelines for your bachelor transcript:

  • Translation must be done by a certified translator, a translation done by yourself is not valid
  • If your transcript is composed by several pages, make sure to send them in order and to include all semesters
  • If your transcript contains an explanation of the grading system or GPA calculation regulations, please include it too

E-transcripts can be submitted to us issued by official digital credential services (e.g. parchment).
 

If you have already graduated but have not received your bachelor diploma, please submit your provisional certificate. If you have not graduated yet, please submit your latest enrollment certificate confirming the semester you are currently studying and if possible the potential graduation date.
Please keep in mind these guidelines for your bachelor degree:

  • Translation must be done by a certified translator, a translation done by yourself is not valid

 

An English language proficiency test with a minimum score of 90 (TOEFL), 6.5 (IELTS), or 110 (Duolingo). Native speakers and applicants who completed their undergraduate studies in English may be exempt from this requirement.
Please note that most English proficiency tests are only valid for two years. Please make sure that the test has not expired yet.
If you have doubts about being exempt from this requirement, please get in touch with the Graduate Admission team at graduateadmission [at] jacobs-university.de

 

 

CONTACT US

 

Frederik Pohlmann
 

Phone: 0421 200 4211
Email: graduateadmission [at] jacobs-university.de

 


 Do you have any questions or need consultation?
Call us or write us – we are happy to help you with your inquiry.

 

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