HUWISU | Application

Learn about how to apply for the HUWISU program.

Eligibility

Enrollment in HUWISU courses is open to students who are:
  • enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, or Ph.D. programs: Please see the respective course level on our website.
  • at least 18 years old.
  • able to provide proof of sufficient English proficiency for subject courses - at least higher intermediate language level. The following tests are accepted as proof of English proficiency:
    • TOEFL IBT minimum 90 - at least 20 in each skill
    • TOEFL paper based test - minimum 580 - at least 50 in each skill
    • IELTS 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each skill
    • TOEIC minimum 685 in all skills
    • CEFR minimum C1
    • CET-4 (China) 550
    • CET-6 (China) 490
    • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English - grade C
    • Cambridge Advanced Certificate - grade B
  • able to provide proof of German language proficiency for German language courses. Therefore a German Language Evaluation Survey will be requested during the application procedure. Please refer to the Common European Language Framework of Reference for Languages 'Common European Language Framework of Reference for Languages').
  • Individuals whose educational background and experience qualify them for the courses they wish to take, and who have submitted their statement of purpose (letter of motivation). 

Steps to apply

  1. Browse our course catalog   Summer on Campus,   Winter on Campus,   Online Campus and select the courses you are interested in.
    You can take more than one course if there is no overlap in your schedule. The possible combinations are displayed on the respective course page. The course tracks (see course structure under individual courses) show the timetable of the courses. A-, B- and C-Track courses can be combined. D-Track courses are standalones and cannot be combined with other courses. Considering the workload of each course, we suggest you to take no more than 2 courses per session. Of course, it is possible to participate in more than one session.  The application deadline varies from course to course. For more details, please refer to the individual course pages. Please note that the course may be fully booked before registration deadline is reached. We therefore recommend an early registration.  If the course you are interested in is fully booked, please contact the HUWISU team about our waiting list and further options.
  2. Apply online and create your own HUWISU account.
  3. Once you have completed your online registration, you will receive an automatically generated email with a link. By clicking on that link, you confirm your personal registration.
  4. If you have registered for an English subject course, you will be notified by email to log in to your account and upload a letter of motivation (max. 1 page). If applicable, proof of English or German language proficiency, as well as a copy of your student ID will additionally be required.
    Information about the content of the letter of motivation:
    Why do you want to participate in the HUWISU program?
    What a) personal and b) academic background qualifies you for the chosen course/s?
    What are your expectations on the chosen course/s?
    How do you plan to apply the knowledge learned during the HUWISU program after returning to your home country?
  5. Once you are admitted, you will receive an email which contains your payment instructions.


Code of Student Responsibility
Please read carefully the Code of Student Responsibility (PDF)