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Admission requirements for the Master’s Program in National and International Administration and Policy are defined in the Admission Regulations of the University of Potsdam (ZulO) and the Specific Admission and Enrollment Regulations of the Master’s Degree Program in National and International Administration and Policy. The information below summarizes the most important provisions and regulations. All information is provided without guarantee. In case of doubt, the ZulO and the Specific Admission and Enrollment Regulations shall prevail.
You can begin your studies both in the summer or winter semester. The application deadline for the summer semester is December 1, and for the winter semester June 1. You have to apply via the online platform uni-assist.
You have to meet the following requirements to be admitted to the Master’s Degree Program in National and International Administration and Policy:
A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent university degree, in a course of study in administration, policy, or law, if this course of study
If the transcript comes from a system that does not use credit points, then the Examining Board will make a decision about the equivalence of academic performance.
A degree at a university abroad, insofar as there is no essential difference between the qualifications earned abroad and those available in Germany.
English language skills that correspond at least to Level C 1 of the Common European Framework for Languages. You have to provide evidence of your language proficiency by submitting the respective certificates. The following certificates are considered being proof of the C 1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages:
The Examining Board issues decisions re-garding credentials on a case by case basis.
German language skills are not required.
You will find information about the application materials to be submitted in the Specific Admission and Enrollment Regulations. When you apply online, you will find information about the documents to be submitted on uni-assist
An admission procedure is required for each Master’s degree program with admission restrictions if the number of applicants exceeds the number of places at the university. A ranking list will be prepared as part of this procedure, which is based on agreed eligibility criteria. You will find the respective criteria for the Master’s Degree Program National and International Administration and Policy in the Specific Admission and Enrollment Regulations.
If you have applied for the summer semester, you will usually get a decision at the beginning of February. For the winter semester, decisions will be usually sent at the end of July.
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