Acceptance to admission-restricted Bachelor study courses takes place via the “dialogue-oriented service procedure” (DoSV) of the portal “Hochschulstart.de”. It is necessary for applicants to apply BOTH via the application portal of the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt as well as via the “Hochschulstart.de” portal.
Find more details about the application process at the THI here.
Applicants must be fluent in English and be in a position to prove fluency and proficiency. Recommended minimum requirements are a TOEFL 71 (computer based).
The following links provide specific information about the procedures for determine the course-specific suitability and the application process and for admission to the undergraduate degree programme International Management.
Admission requirements for international students:
Anyone with an international university degree/higher education qualification wanting to study at a university in Germany needs a so-called Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (HZB), or higher education entrance qualification. This lets applicants show that their educational background or professional qualification allows them to study in Germany, i.e. they have the necessary higher education entrance qualification to register for a course.
The recognition of the qualification is linked to certain requirements. If the certificate of education is recognised as a higher education entrance qualification in Germany, the international student may apply for all courses (general qualification) or for certain courses (subject-specific qualification). Two to three semesters of study in the home country may be recognised as a higher education entrance qualification in Germany, depending on the country of origin. Source: German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD, June 2016.
The following link provides information for university applicants from abroad about the application process at the THI.