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Architecture: Residential Building

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Admission Requirements

A bachelor's degree from an accredited bachelor's degree program in architecture with at least 240 ECTS credits or from a comparable diploma program in architecture at a national or international university or university of applied sciences.

Please also note that for the master's degree program you are applying to, you must provide proof of a degree with at least ECTS grades A - C. If no ECTS grade is shown, the grade point average must not be less than 2.5. Admission will be decided on the basis of the provisional average grade indicated in your application documents.

Note: If you complete your bachelor's degree with an ECTS grade lower than A - C or a grade lower than 2.5 (if no ECTS grade is shown), your enrollment at Mainz University of Applied Sciences will end at the conclusion of the first master's semester due to the inability to re-register for the next semester.

Please note: advanced, transition or bridge modules to compensate for missing ECTS credits from a previous degree with less than 240 ECTS credits will not be offered.

Application deadline

Winter semester: 15 July

Recognition of completed modules

Information on recognition of completed modules.

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Recognition of completed modules

Information on recognition of completed modules.

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Before applying

General admission requirements

Admission requirements for master's degree programs

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Selection process

Regulations for the selection process for master's degree programs

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Application process and access to the online application portal

German academic qualification

You have a German academic qualification and would like to apply to a master's degree program at Mainz University of Applied Sciences?

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Foreign academic qualification

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Who to contact

Ursula Eiermann
Head of the Office of Student Affairs, Policy Issues

Mon to Fri mornings and afternoons
T +49 6131 628-7380
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Carolin Wittek
Office staff

Mon to Fri mornings and afternoons
T +49 6131 628-7389
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de