To support refugee and asylum-seeking students in a pre-study program.

The MOREclassic program is for refugees and asylum-seekers who have been admitted to a pre-study program at the JKU in order to take and pass required supplementary examinations before starting a degree program.

Taking part in the MOREclassic program means:

  • Receiving a scholarship to pay for tuition fees
  • Reducing the course fees in the pre-study program by 10% (asylum-seekers, those with subsidiary protection status) and or 30% (those with asylum status)
  • Travel allowance
  • Regularly scheduled meetings for information and to meet people and network

Submit your application between June 24 and July 21, 2019! The application form is available here.


Katharina Oberthaler, MSc 
Ines Tumfart, BSc



Admissions Office, Bank Building,
1st, Floor, Rm. 113B

Who is eligible to apply for the MORE classic program?

  • You are seeking asylum and hold a residence permit card in accordance with § 51 AsylG, entitled to asylum, subsidiary protection in accordance with § 52 AsylG or tolerated according to § 46a FPG and
  • you already study at the JKU or have a valid letter of admission and would like to start studying and
  • you have been asked to pass one or more supplementary examinations as part of a pre-study program

If all of this and more applies to you, then you are eligible to apply to the MOREclassic program.


How can I apply to the MOREclassic program?

  • Submit your application between June 24 and July 21, 2019
  • Click here to download the application form or pick up a form at the Admissions Office at the Johannes Kepler University
  • Please submit your application to the Admissions Office via e-mail, by postal mail, or bring it to the Admissions Office a the JKU in person by no later than July 21, 2019

What documents are required?

  • A completed and signed application form
  • A letter of intent
  • A copy of your KeplerCard (if available)
  • Your most current language proficiency certificate for German
  • A copy of your residence card / passport
  • A valid letter of admission issued by the JKU or confirmation of enrollment