Applicants who are in possession of a degree received at an institution of higher education outside of Germany must submit their application for review of university entrance qualification to the service facility uni-assist in Berlin. Applying directly to the Hochschule Trier via the online portal is not possible.
For information regarding the current application deadline please click here.
Applicants to a Bachelor’s degree program must have the higher education entrance qualification.
Studies will commence either in the summer or in the fall semester
Applicants to a Master’s degree program must have successfully completed a higher education degree program (e.g. Bachelor or Diploma). Further entrance requirements can be obtained at the respective examination regulations. The commencement of studies is also possible in the summer.
International students will find links to the entrance requirements here.
Application to a second degree program
Applicants can enroll in a second degree program after they have successfully completed their first university degree and have presented a notarized copy of the degree certificate. In addition to the general application documents, a motivational letter stating the reason for applying for a second degree program must be submitted when applying for a degree program with restricted admission.
Students applying for a fast-track entry into a higher full-study semester must also fulfil the same admission requirements as the first-semester students. The respective department will make the decision regarding the semester based on the credits earned at the applicants’ former institution of higher education.
For further questions please contact:
Postfach 13 80
Post Office Box 13 80
+49 6782 17-1826
Applications for a degree course at the Environment Campus Birkenfeld must be submitted via our Online Portal.
Legally certified copies
Documents will be accepted only if they were submitted in the form of a legally certified copy by the application deadline. Please do not forward original documents.
In Germany, legally certified copies can be obtained from the following institutions:
Local government /municipal administration
City council (town hall), local government
The following organisations are not authorized to issue official certifications:
Health insurance companies
Banks, savings banks
The student council, etc.
Schools, state educational institutions or universities can only issue certificates awarded at their institutions
Abroad, the following institutions are authorized to legally certify copies of documents:
Coonsulates oft he Federal Republic of Germany
Institutions authorized by the respective government to legally certify copies of documents