If you already submitted the original documents with your application for admission, you just need to bring your registration confirmation, letter of admission, and your passport.
If there is a standard decision in your case, please bring the following documents in the original with you to the Admissions Office in order to enroll:
1) Proof of successfully completing an undergraduate degree
Please bring proof showing you successfully completed a Bachelor's or Diploma degree program:
- Diploma or certificate of conferral
- Test certificates including details on the subjects, grades and hours per week, possibly diploma supplement
If you wrote a thesis as part of your undergraduate degree, please include a short summary (abstract).
1) Copy of your passport
The only official identity documents accepted must contain both a photograph and the holder's signature.
3) Proof of Language Proficiency
- German: If you choose to enroll in a German-language degree program and German is not your first language.
- English: If you choose to enroll in an English-language degree program, you will have to provide proof of proficiency in English.
See the page: Language Certificates for information regarding levels of language proficiency
Proof of Language Proficiency when Applying - German
When submitting the application, you must include language certificates demonstrating an A2 level of language proficiency in accordance with the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). These diplomas/certificates are recognized as proof of an A2 level of language proficiency.
- When submitting the application, the language certificates may not be older than 2 years.
- The JKU offers German language courses starting at level B1 as part of a pre-study program to prepare students for their studies. An overview of courses is available in KUSSS.
- Students applying to enroll in an academic degree program offered entirely in English are not subject to providing proof of language proficiency in German before beginning studies.