You’re planning on taking a one-subject, selective course of studies at JGU? The allocation of study places takes place through the dialogue-oriented service procedure (DoSV). You will first need to register on the hochschulstart.de portal and then apply at JGU using JOGU-StINe.
Applicants without German university entrance qualifications can find additional information on the info-pages for applicants with international certificates.
You can find all of the information on the allocation process on our homepage for the dialogue-oriented service procedure (DoSV) and on the hochschulstart.de pages.
- Biology (B.Sc.)
- Molecular Biology (B.Sc.)
- German and French Law (LL.B.)
- Psychology (B.Sc.)
- Law (State Examination)
- Economics (B.Sc.)
Applying for the winter semester:
Beginning of June to July 15
Applying for the summer semester:
Beginning of December to January 15
For applicants for selective subjects who possess German university entrance qualifications and/or German citizenship or EU-citizenship, study places will be allocated according to the following criteria:
- 80% according to their university entrance qualification grade (usually the Abitur grade)
- 20% according to their wait period (a maximum of 7 wait semesters can be taken into consideration)
You can find the last semesters' selection limits in the NC-table.
What does wait time mean?
The wait time is the number of semesters you spent not enrolled at a German higher education institution after having earned your university entrance qualification (such as your Abitur).