The application procedure

The degree programme Business Studies at FH Aachen is a locally admission-restricted undergraduate course of study. Places are allocated via the dialogue-oriented service procedure of the Foundation for Unviersity Admission  ( The dialogue-oriented service procedure supports the universties in their admission processes and helps to make sure that no university places remain vacant.

Registrierung und Bewerbung

Registration and appliation

Your way into this degree programme at FH Aachen begins with the registration at In order to register, you enter your personal data and receive an applicant ID and a BAN (applicant authentication number). After having registered successfully you an apply for a place to study at our Applicant Portal .



> winter semester: mid-May - 15th July
> summer semester: mid-November - 15th January

Please note that the data portal of FH Aachen is released at the beginning of each application period. Only then the FH Aachen is listed on

After the application, you can view your status of your application as well as the admission offers in your user account in the portal You can accept admission offers or wait until you receive higher-prioritised offers. As soon as you receive an offer that is higher prioritized than others, these lower prioritized offers disappear. For this reason, it is especially important that you prioritize your desired course.

You find comprehensive information on the application procedure on


Admission letter

If you receive an offer, you must actively accept it and apply for registration. After that, the admission letter is only provided in the applicant portal of FH Aachen. You will be informed by email.

You can learn about  the complete procedure from the check list, which is linked on the applicant page of the registrar's office.

Your contacts at the faculty

Fachstudienberatung Wirtschaftsrecht, OpenBordersMBA, Master
Lilith Deutz M.A.
T: +49.241.6009 51960
Room E213
Consultation Hours
Mo, Di, Do von 9:00 - 12:30 Uhr u. 13:15 - 14:15 Uhr und n.V