Applicant information for the Master's Program
Thank you very much for your interest in the Master of Science in Experimental and Clinical Neurosciences course at the Faculty of Medicine and Mathematics and Natural Sciences
In the following you can find information on the application process as well as the required documents. Please note that students with a foreign Bachelor degree have to apply differently (see below).
Postponement of the deadline for the winter semester 2020:
Due to the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 epidemic, the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia intends to change the study place allocation regulations so that the application deadline for the first semester for Master's programs with restricted admissions is postponed to 20th of August! (Status 13.05.2020)
See the information by the International Office: https://portal.uni-koeln.de/en/international/study-in-cologne/international-applications/master-students-prospective
- Applications with a German degree have to be submitted via KLIPS2.0 until
15th of July for the Winter Term (starting October) and
15th of January for the Summer Term (starting April).
- Applicants with a non-German degree submit their application via "uni-assist" and are highly recommended to submit their application earlier until
May 31st but latest until 15th of July for the Winter Term (starting October) and
November 30th but latest until 15th of January for the Summer Term (starting April).
Please follow the uni-assist guidelines (see below: Application procedure for applicants with a foreign Bachelor's degree)
Applicants that have no citizenship or residence in a member state of the European Union should consider to prepare in time for visa applications. For further information please visit the website of the International Office of the University of Cologne
Please note: The processing of applications takes up to 4 weeks after the application deadline, as the examination by the international office takes time. No admissions or rejections will be made in advance.
Should you have any queries, please address the Advisor of coordination for the Neuroscience programs, Samir Delonge (see contacts)