Application and registration
The Hochschule Niederrhein

Hochschule Niederrhein. Your way.

We are looking forward to receiving your application.

Your way to HSNR

 

Please find out more about your desired degree programme before submitting your application:

 

  • Is it admission-free or restricted?
  • What are the application deadlines?
  • What are the admission requirements?
Next application period

 

International applicants can already apply via uni-assist from 01.05.2024

From 01.05.2024, German and German-equivalent applicants can apply for the summer winter 2024/2025 via the HSNR online portal.

Help and advise on the application or registration process, you will find on this website.

Please get in touch!

 

Members of the International Office will be happy to help, please contact us via e-mail:

 

 

 

 

All prospective students who are citizens of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway can apply directly via the HSNR online portal.

Likewise, all prospective students who

  • have obtained their higher education entrance qualification in an EU country, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway or at a school with German Abitur examination regulations,
  • live in Germany and whose registered partner, spouse or parent is an EU national and works in Germany,
  • have already obtained a degree in Germany or in an EU country, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway,
  • would like to apply for a part-time course of study, a dual course of study or a part-time or continuing education course,

also apply directly online to the HSNR.

Please register beforehand at hochschulstart.de if you would like to apply for an admission-restricted degree programme → Checklist.

Please note that proof of the required language skills must be provided nevertheless.

All prospective students who are citizens of a non-EU country and have obtained their higher education entrance qualification in a non-EU country should apply via the uni-assist application portal.

We have compiled all the information about the application process via uni-assist for you here.

Admission-free degree programme

 

Step 1:
Register and submit your application via the HSNR online portal.

 

Step 2:
You will then be forwarded directly to the online registration and can upload the required documents.

 

If you meet all the admission requirements, you are guaranteed a place.

Admission-restricted degree programme

 

Step 1:

First register at hochschulstart.de.
Our checklist will help you.

 

Step 2:

Then register and submit your application via the HSNR online portal.

 

The study place allocation procedure takes place after the application deadline and is coordinated by hochschulstart.de.

FAQ - Application procedure (free & restricted programmes)

How do I register in the online portal?

1 On the homepage of our online portal, click on "Applicants" and then on "Register now!".

2. Confirm that you do not yet have a user account. If you are already registered at Hochschule Niederrhein, you do not need to register again. In this case, click on "Students" on the start page of the online portal and log in with your student account (user ID and password).

3. Now enter the BID and BAN (see question: Hochschulstart.de - how do I register? under FAQ - Application procedure (restricted admission))

4. Please complete your personal data.

5. After you have entered your e-mail address and assigned a password, answer a security question

6. Then click on "Register".

7. You will find an e-mail with your user ID in your e-mail inbox (please also check your spam folder). Please keep this in a safe place.

8. You will find an activation link in the e-mail under the user ID. Please click on it. You will be redirected to our online portal and asked to log in again.

9. Your account has now been created and activated.

10. You can now submit your application online. Finally, please do not forget to "submit" your application online.

FAQ - Application procedure (restricted programmes)

Hochschulstart.de - how do I register?

1. Register at www.hochschulstart.de

2. Make a note of the user name and password you have chosen - see our checklist

3. After the degree of registration you will find your BID and BAN under "my data

You encounter problems? Visit this website: www.hochschulstart.de/faq/themengebiete/registrierung-konto

How do I apply via hochschulstart.de?

1.After registration, log in with your account on "hochschulstart.de".

2. You can now apply for HSNR degree programmes here.

3. Please prioritise your study preferences and familiarise yourself with the procedure and the time periods.

 

This tutorial video might help: https://www.hochschulstart.de/bewerben-beobachten/priorisierung

Further information and assistance, you will find here:

https://www.hochschulstart.de/bewerben-beobachten/bewerbung

https://www.hochschulstart.de/faq/themengebiete/priorisierung

 

How does the award procedure work?

admission restricted Bachelor

The number of study places in admission-restricted Bachelor's degree programmes is limited. These study places are allocated in accordance with the NRW allocation ordinance of November 2020.

Consideration is initially given to

  • 2% for underage applications
  • 3% for selection for a second degree course
  • 5% for hardship cases (special application required)
  • 7% for foreign nationals who are not equivalent to Germans in accordance with Section 1 (2) sentence 2

The remaining study places are allocated as follows:

20 % according to the grade of the higher education entrance qualification (Abitur, entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences)

80 % on the basis of the following university criteria:

  • 75 % according to the grade of the higher education entrance qualification (HZB) in combination with the waiting time. The waiting period is the number of semesters in which you have not been registered at a German university since obtaining your HZB. A maximum of 6 waiting semesters are taken into account. A bonus of 0.1 is granted for each waiting semester, which is deducted from the HZB grade.
  • 20 % according to the grade of the HZB.
  • 5 % Professionally qualified applicants

In the event of a tie, the decision is made by lot.

Study places are allocated after the application deadline via hochschulstart.de. By the end of the coordination phase, admitted applicants will receive their notice of admission in the HSNR online portal with further information and a deadline for registration.

Study places that are not accepted will be allocated directly at the HSNR after the coordination phase - in the HSNR's own succession procedure - without a new application until all places are filled.

HSNR does not participate in the coordinated succession procedure of hochschulstart.de.

How and when is admission granted?

Admission can be granted automatically or by accepting the admission offer during the coordination phase(deadline overview).

If you have received and accepted an offer of admission via hochschulstart.de, you are admitted.

Please log in to the HSNR portal and apply for registration.

 

 

Special applications

A special application is an application that you can submit during the online application process in order to be given preferential treatment in the allocation of study places.

A special application is only possible for degree programmes with restricted admission.

Not every reason that you consider relevant can be recognised as a 'special case' for the allocation of study places.

The following special applications are possible:

  • Hardship application
  • Compensation for disadvantages: improvement of the average grade
  • Compensation for disadvantage: improvement of the waiting time
  • Preferential admission due to service
  • Preferential admission as a top athlete

 

Further information on the special application can be found in the document "Hilfe zur Bewerbung" from hochschulstart.de.

→ Information on how to apply

 

Minors do not have to submit a special application

Two percent of study places are reserved for applicants who will still be minors at the time of the start of lectures and whose parents' main place of residence is in the districts or independent cities assigned to the HSNR. Details are governed by § 23 of the current version of the NRW allocation regulations. Applications will only be considered in this quota if no place can be allocated in the standard quotas (grade, waiting time and selection).

Minors are automatically considered in the minor quota based on their information in the online application.

Information on how to apply

Application - general

You have the option of submitting a special application during the online application process.

You upload the required supporting documents directly in the portal.

The special application must be submitted within the application deadline, i.e.

  • by January 15th for the summer semester and
  • by July 15th for the winter semester.

You can track the status of your special application online.

HSRN will not issue written notifications.

Hardship case

Exceptional hardship is deemed to exist if special social or family reasons relating to the student's own person make it absolutely necessary to commence studies immediately; this means if a delay in the commencement of studies by even one semester is unreasonable for personal reasons. All circumstances presented in the case of hardship must be substantiated by appropriate evidence, otherwise they cannot be taken into account in the decision.

In order to prevent misuse and unjustified preferential treatment, the requirements for the evidence to be provided are strict.

Documents to be uploaded within the online special application:

  • Required evidence, such as a specialist medical certificate
  • Written justification

Compensation for disadvantages: average grade

With the special application for compensation for disadvantages to improve the average grade for admission-restricted Bachelor's degree programmes, applicants can claim circumstances that prevent them from achieving a better average grade and for which they are not responsible.

Example: Ms. Mustermann has an Abitur grade of 2.3, but suffered a traffic accident during school that resulted in months of hospitalization. However, her school reports before the accident show a better average grade. As a result of the accident, her performance was so impaired that her A-level grade was lower than would have been expected without the accident.

Documents to be uploaded within the online special application:

  • School report
  • Detailed justification.

A report from the school must be submitted stating the extent to which the incriminating circumstances have affected academic performance. The average grade that would have been achieved without the incriminating circumstances must also be stated.

Compensation for disadvantages: Waiting time

The waiting period is the time that elapses between obtaining the higher education entrance qualification (e.g. the Abitur/Fachabitur) and the start of the intended studies. Waiting semesters are calculated on the basis of the waiting period.

The number of semesters you have waited is relevant if you are applying for a place on a degree programme with restricted admission.
The Hochschule Niederrhein takes a maximum of six waiting semesters into account. Therefore, an application for compensation for disadvantages is not necessary if you already have more than 6 semesters of waiting time.

With the special application for compensation for disadvantages to improve the waiting time for admission-restricted Bachelor's degree programmes, you can claim circumstances such as illness that prevent you from obtaining your higher education entrance qualification at an earlier date and for which you are not responsible.

In this case, an earlier date of acquisition of the higher education entrance qualification will be taken as the basis for selection according to the waiting period. You will take part in the selection with a waiting period that would probably have been achieved without the delays.

Documents to be uploaded within the online special application:

  • a certificate from your school stating the reason for and duration of the delay in acquiring your university entrance qualification
  • Medical certificate/specialist medical certificate
  • Detailed justification

Preferred admission: Service

Preferential admission - completion of a service

If you

  • have already been admitted to the desired degree programme, but were unable to accept this admission due to service, or
  • an admission-free degree programme was subject to an admission restriction during your service,

after completing your service, you are entitled to be reselected to the degree programme you chose at the time on the basis of your previous admission, i.e. you have priority over all others.
However, this entitlement is not granted automatically, but must be applied for. Therefore, please upload the following documents as part of your online application:

  • A certificate of service and
  • A copy of the old notice of admission from The Hochschule Niederrhein or the notice of restitution

or

  • Proof of the sponsoring organization/certificate from the European Commission/certificate from the sending organization, UNESCO or the Federal Foreign Office and
  • Copy of the old notice of admission from The Hochschule Niederrhein or the restitution notice

or

  • Proof that the application was carried out by the applicant full-time
  • Birth certificate or, in the case of care, a medical certificate stating the degree and extent of care
  • Copy of the old notice of admission from The Hochschule Niederrhein or the notice of deferral

However, renewed (preferential) admission can only be requested for the next two application semesters following the end of service. After that, the entitlement to preferential admission expires.

You can already claim this entitlement if you are still serving at the time of application but will complete your service in time for the commencement of studies. If you are applying for the summer semester, you must therefore have completed your service by March 31 at the latest; if you are applying for the winter semester, by September 30 at the latest.

What counts as "service"?

The following activities are recognized as service:

voluntary military service, military service of up to three years,
civilian service and service abroad in accordance with Section 14 b of the Civilian Service Act (ZDG),
a voluntary social year,
a voluntary ecological year,
a European voluntary service,
an international youth voluntary service,
a federal voluntary service or
the funding programs Weltwärts and Kulturweit,
at least two years of service as a development worker:in,
care or nursing of a biological/adopted child under the age of 18 or another relative in need of care for up to three years.

With the exception of the last two points, each period of service must last at least six months.

Preferred admission: Top athletes

Top athletes can apply for a place in the first specialisation semester within the framework of this special quota in degree programmes with restricted admission if they can prove that they belong to an Olympic squad, perspective squad, supplementary squad, junior squad 1, junior squad 2 or state squad of a federal association of the Olympic Sports Confederation formed at federal level.

Proof: Current certificate of membership of the squad of the respective federal sports association, which proves integration into the corresponding squad and membership of the German Olympic Sports Confederation.

Admission-free degree programme

 

Step 1:
Register and submit your application via the HSNR online portal.

 

Step 2:
You will then be forwarded directly to the online registration and can upload the required documents.

 

If you meet all the admission requirements, you are guaranteed a place.

Degree programme with restricted admissi

 

Step 1:

Register and submit your application in the HSNR online portal.

You will automatically take part in the HSNR award procedure, provided you meet the admission requirements.

 

Step 2:

Please check the online portal regularly from 15.1 (summer semester) or 15.7 (winter semester).

The letter of admission or letter of rejection will be stored there.

If places are available, you will automatically take part in the succession procedure.

How do I register in the online portal?

1. on the homepage of our online portal, click on "Applicants" and then on "Register now!".

2. please confirm that you do not yet have a user account. If you are already registered at HSNR, you do not need to register again. In this case, click on "Students" on the homepage of the online portal and log in with your student account (user ID and password).

3. please enter your personal details.

4. after you have entered your e-mail address and assigned a password, you must answer a security question.

5. click on "Register".

6. please check your e-mail inbox (please also check your spam folder). You will receive an e-mail with your user ID. Please keep this in a safe place.

7. you will find an activation link in the e-mail under the user ID. Please click on it. You will be redirected to our online portal and asked to log in again.

8. your account has now been created and activated.

9. you can now submit your application via the online portal. Finally, please do not forget to "submit" your application online.

For Master's degree programmes with open admissions, you will be forwarded directly from the application to registration.

Here you will find all application deadlines differentiated by type of application and then by winter or summer semester.

Application deadlines 1st semester

Winter semester
(subject to change)

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 May - 15 September
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: 01 May - 15 July
  • Admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 May - 15 July

 

Summer semester
(subject to change)

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 December - 15 March
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: 01 December - 15 January
  • Admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 December - 15 January

Application deadlines for a higher semester

Deadlinewinter semester
(subject to change )
Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes with open and restricted admission:
01 May - 15 September

 

Summer semester deadline
(subject to change )
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:
01 December - 15 March

EU applications as well as IS, FL, N

For applications from the EU, Iceland, the Principality of Liechtenstein and Norway:

Deadlines winter semester
(subject to change)
1st specialization semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programs: 01 May - 15 September
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: May 01 - July 15
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 May - 15 July

Higher specialization semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:
01 May - 15 September

 

Summer semester deadlines
(subject to change)
1st specialization semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programs: 01 December - 15 March
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: 01 December - January 15
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 December - 15 January

Higher specialization semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:
06 December - 15 March

Non-EU applications - via uni-assist

Winter semester deadlines
(subject to change)
1st semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programs: 01 May - 15 August
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: May 01 - June 15
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 May - 15 June

Higher semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 May - 15 August

 

Summer semester
(subject to change)
1st semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 November - 15 February
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: November 01 - 15 December
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 November - 15 December

Higher semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes: 01 November - 15 February

Non-EU applications - exceptions

For applicants with German equivalent status, the deadlines apply as for EU applications.
An application via uni-assist is not required

Deadlines winter semester
(subject to change)
1st specialization semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programs: 01 May - 15 September
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: May 01 - July 15
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 May - 15 July

Higher specialization semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:
01 May - 15 September

 

Summer semester deadlines
(subject to change)
1st specialization semester

  • Admission-free Bachelor's and Master's degree programs: 01 December - 15 March
  • Master Textile Products/Master Management of Textile Trade and Technology: 01 December - January 15
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree programs with admission restrictions: 01 December - 15 January

Higher specialization semesters
Admission-free and admission-restricted Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:
01 December - 15 March

German course for refugees

German course for refugees

  • Winter semester 01 May - 15 September
  • Summer semester 01 December - 15 March

If you have studied at another university or would like to start studying at HSNR, you may be able to have your academic achievements recognised and be placed in a higher semester. There is no NC for the higher semester. You will be offered a place if you meet the requirements.

Application process

Step 1:
Register and submit your application via the HSNR online portal.

Step 2:

You will then be forwarded directly to the online registration. You are sure to be allocated a place.

Step 3:
If you do not yet have a notification of gradingfrom the faculty at the time of registration, please send it to the Student Office by e-mail as soon as you have received it.

Information on the recognition of benefits

Documents to be uploaded (registration)

Please upload the following documents for online registration for the higher specialization semester:

  • Higher education entrance qualification
  • If applicable, proof of other enrollment requirements, e.g. internship
  • Most recent transcript of records with all examination attempts
  • Assessment letter from the Examinations Board (faculties)
  • Certificate of exmatriculation

Enrolled students from other universities who have not been granted leave of absence may be admitted as cross-registered students with the right to attend courses and take examinations during their studies.

Only one of the two degree programmes may be subject to admission restrictions.

A distinction is made between minor and major secondary students.

Cross-registered students (minor)

As a minor cross-registered student, you are registered on the same degree programme and can attend courses and take examinations. The first university will decide on the recognition of your achievements.

You will be admitted for the duration of one semester and pay a fee of €100.00 per semester.

Application & registration

Please apply online for the higher specialization semester → Deadlines

In degree programmes with admission restrictions in the higher specialization semesters, cross-registered students are only possible if there are free places available.

When submitting your online application, please upload the following documents and indicate that you are a main auditor at another university:

  • HZB
  • Current certificate of study
  • Current status sheet/performance record
  • Informal declaration of the desired courses
  • Proof of your health insurance, "M10" an electronic notification

 

When registering, please indicate the following reason for payment in the bank transfer: BEW and applicant number (e.g.: BEW12345)

Bank details:

The Hochschule Niederrhein
Stadtsparkasse Mönchengladbach
IBAN: DE24 3105 0000 0003 5391 11
BIC/Swift-Code: MGLSDE33

To the online application

Cross-registered students (major)

How do I proceed?

If you are already continuously registered at a university and would like to complete another additional degree programme at The Hochschule Niederrhein, you can apply as a major cross-registered student.

A maximum of one of the two degree programmes may be subject to admission restrictions.

Major cross-registered students pay a fee of €100.00 per semester.

The application is made online as for a regular degree program. The deadlines for higher specialization semesters apply.

Please submit the application with the following documents and note "Große Zweithörer.innenschaft" in your documents:

  • HZB
  • Current certificate of study
  • Current status sheet/performance record
  • Proof of your health insurance, "M10" an electronic notification

To re-register as a major cross-registered student, please send in the certificate of enrollment from your first university.

 

Bank details:

The Hochschule Niederrhein
Stadtsparkasse Mönchengladbach
IBAN: DE24 3105 0000 0003 5391 11
BIC/Swift-Code: MGLSDE33

Please state the following reason for payment when transferring money for registration: BEW and applicant number (e.g.: BEW12345)

 

To the online application

Parallel students

If you are studying in parallel, you are working towards a degree in two different degree programmes at HSNR.

Only one degree programme may be subject to admission restrictions.

Please seek advice from the Student Office if you are planning to study in parallel.

Parallel students do not pay any additional fees.

To the online application

contact

The staff at the Student Office will be happy to answer any questions you may have!

The team in the student office

Have you already completed your studies at a German university and would like to take up a second Bachelor's or Master's degree at HSNR?

Then you can apply to us as a cross-registered student.

By the way: Studies are considered completed if the prescribed final examination has been successfully completed by the application deadline.

If your current studies are not completed until after the application deadline, you apply as for a first degree program.

The application deadlines for the respective degree programme apply.

After successful online application follows the online registration.

1. apply for online registration within the registration period → Notes on registration

2 Confirm and expand your details during online registration.

3. contact your health insurance company regarding the insurance confirmation

4. transfer the semester fee.

5. upload the required documents for registration; check the status of the uploaded documents regularly in our online portal.

If you are a minor, the consent of your legal guardian is required in addition to the required enrollment documents → Consent form for minors

 

Proper registration (→ Enrolment regulations) can only take place if all steps have been completed on time and the enrolment and admission requirements have been met.

The admission requirements can be found in the respective examination regulations.

 

The following applies to all Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes:

The university reserves the right to request all uploaded documents as original document or as a certified copy for final review.

The staff at the Student Office will check whether you meet the admission requirements.

You will receive your documents for registration as a student in the online portal in two separate emails. You will not receive any documents by post.

Documents to be uploaded for registration

Form for underage applicants
Applicants who have not yet reached the age of 18 should upload the following form with the signature of their legal guardian.

Certificate of higher education entrance qualification (HZB)

For all MA degree programs: Bachelor's certificate
Please upload your Bachelor's certificate or the overview of grades with the overall grade.

Official proof of identity
Please upload your identity card or passport.

Other proofs
Please upload proof of other admission requirements, e.g. internship, professional experience, work experience: Internship, professional experience, artistic/creative aptitude, special language skills, authorization for part-time variant, for dual degree programmes: Training contract.

Notification of insurance status
We require an electronic notification of your insurance status (M10) from your health insurance company at the latest at the time of registration.

Please contact your health insurance company as early as possible.

Your health insurance company will then send the required notification to HSNR.

Please quote our sender number H 0000 354.

Note for students who are privately insured or are eligible for financial aid or private family insurance through their parents:
Contact a German statutory health insurance company to be exempted from the obligation to pay contributions.
Ask them to report your insurance status to us using the registration reason M10 for The Hochschule Niederrhein. Please inform the statutory health insurance company of our sender number H 0000 354.

You can find further information at: https://www.hs-niederrhein.com/students/student-services/#c302914

Information for international students
Germany has concluded social security agreements with a number of countries, including the member states of the European Union and the European Economic Area. If you come from one of these countries and have statutory health insurance there, you can have this insurance cover recognized by a statutory health insurance fund in Germany. As a rule, you will need a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) for this. You can apply for the EHIC free of charge from your health insurance company.

Please contact a German statutory health insurance company upon registration and show them the EHIC. Ask the health insurance company to report your insurance status to us using the registration reason M 10 .
Our sender number is H 0000 354.

Proof of transfer of the semester fee
Information on the semester fee, fees and account details can be found here: https: https://www.hs-niederrhein.com/students/student-services/#c89625

Certificate of exmatriculation
Prospective students who are/were already registered at other universities should upload their certificate of exmatriculation and - if their degree programme is the same or related in content - also their transcript of records.

Professionally qualified

Contact person:

Kathrin Großimlinghaus
Professionally qualified

Studying without a high school diploma or entrance qualifica

If you have neither the entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences nor the Abitur, but have completed vocational training and have professional experience, we look forward to receiving your application as a professionally qualified person.

The foundation course here is the ordinance issued by the state government of North Rhine-Westphalia on "university access for vocationally qualified persons"(BBHZVO) dated October 7, 2016.

A distinction is made between three groups of vocationally qualified applicants:

Young students are pupils on their way to the entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences or the general higher education entrance qualification.

Particularly talented pupils have the opportunity to take up studies before obtaining the higher education entrance qualification (Abitur/Fachabitur) (§ 48 paragraph 6 Higher Education Act).

Young students can be admitted to courses and examinations at HSNR outside of the enrolment regulations and thus gain professional and social insights into everyday student life. Their studies and examinations will be recognized on application for later studies.

Young students are not registered and therefore do not have to pay the semester fee. They also do not receive a semester ticket, but are otherwise treated in the same way as "regular" students during their studies.

Please contact the faculties first for comprehensive advice.

You can then use the application form for registration and for any re-registration for the next semester and send it to the Student Office.

If you would like to attend a course at the HSNR for personal or professional continuing education, you can usually do so as a guest student.

How do I proceed?

1. you have been admitted to studies and are not yet registered, then you can withdraw your place in the online portal . To do this, click on "Withdraw application" in the corresponding application.

2. you are enrolled at HSNR but would like to withdraw from registration.

Withdrawal from registration is possible until 31.03. in the summer semester and until 30.09. in the winter semester.

After this date, it is only possible to withdraw from enrollment without a refund of the semester fee.

You apply for withdrawal from registration in the online portal. Log in with your access data and go to the menu "My studies →Student services→ Applications".

Under Applications "Exmatriculation", enter a new application with the reason "Withdrawal of registration".

After processing, you will be refunded the semester fee. Please note that the refund can take up to three weeks.

You will not receive any further notification of the processed withdrawal or any documents. Withdrawal cancels your registration and deletes all recorded data. Withdrawal has no negative effects on registration at another university or any subsequent registration at HSNR. If you withdraw within the deadline stated below, you will be deemed not to have registered.

If you have any questions, please contact the Student Office.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

We have compiled detailed answers to frequently asked questions for you in one document.

 

If you still have questions, you will find our contact details on the right.

 

 

 

FAQs

Please get in touch!

 

Members of the International Office will be happy to help, please contact us via e-mail: