|Start of Semester||March 01, 2018|
|Start of Lecture Period||April 3, 2018|
|End of Lecture Period||July 27, 2018|
|End of Semester||August 31, 2018|
|Application Deadline (1st semester)||University entrants are admitted to the Bachelor's degree programme for Betriebswirtschaft/Business Studies only. Applications take place online, directly at the FH Aachen. For the Bachelor's degree programme Betriebswirtschaft/Business Studies and the local-admission restricted Master's degree programmes, the application period ends on January 15, 2018 (preclusive period). For the Master's degree programmes with no admission restrictions, please refer to the publications for the individual deadlines.|
|Decision by Lot (§ 10 Abs. 8 Vergabeverordnung NRW)||Only in the Bachelor's degree programme Betriebswirtschaft/Business Studies with spare capacities according to DoSV (dialogue-oriented service procedure). The application takes place online and independent of the application for January 15, 2018. The deadlines will be announced on the internet.|
|Registration Deadlines||Within the period stated in the note of admission (expected date: January 29, 2018)|
|Other Deadlines||Admission as a cross registration student or guest auditor, renewed registration after the completion of a course of study, or an interruption (in a higher semester of a particular degree programme only): March 31, 2018*, change of university (in a higher semester of a particular degree programme only): March 29, 2018*. For applications via uni-assist: March 15, 2018|
|Re-Registration, Leave of Absence, Change of Degree Programme, Applications for Dual Degree Programme||January 08, 2018 up to and including February 28, 2018*|
|Late Deadline for Re-Registration, Leave of Absence, or Change of Degree Programme||Up to and including February 28, 2018*|
|Please note: If re-registration takes place within the late deadline, a late fee of 10.00 € is charged.||.|
|.......................................................||* A short-term change of the re-registration periods for internal university reasons shall remain reserved. Changes will be announced publicly at the university.|
|Start of Semester||September 01, 2017|
|Start of Lecture Period||October 02, 2017|
|End of Lecture Period||February 16, 2018|
|End of Semester||February 28, 2018|
|Application Deadline (1st semester)||The application period for all Bachelor's degree programmes with no admission restrictions ends on July 31, 2017.|
|.||For the local admission-restricted Bachelor's degree programmes and the Master's degree programmes, the application period ends on July 15, 2017. (preclusive period)|
|.||For the IOS degree programmes at the Jülich location, the application periods ends on: July 01, 2017 for non-EU members, and on July 15, 2017 for Germans and EU members. For the Master's degree programmes with no admission restrictions, please refer to the publications and the application portal for the individual deadlines.|
|Decision by Lot (§ 10 Abs. 8 Vergabeverordnung NRW)||Only in Bachelor's degree programmes with spare capacities after clearing. Independent of the application for July 15, this application takes place online from September 04 to September 08, 2017.|
|Registration Deadlines||within the period stated in the note of admission (probably as from July 24, 2017).|
|Other Deadlines||Admission as a cross registration student or guest auditor, renewed registration after the completion of a course of study, or an interruption (in a higher semester of a particular degree programme only): September 29, 2017*, change of university (in a higher semester of a particular degree programme only): September 29, 2017*. In case of applications via uni-assist: September 08, 2017|
|Re-Registration, Leave of Absence, Change of Degree Programme, Applications for Dual Degree Programme||Mid-May 2017 to July 31, 2017*|
|Late Deadline for Re-Registration, Leave of Absence, or Change of Degree Programme||until September 29, 2017*|
|Please note: If re-registration takes place within the late deadline, a late fee of 10.00 € is charged.||* A short-term change of the re-registration periods for internal university reasons shall remain reserved. This will be announced publicly at university.|
Preparatory courses, often referred to as bridging courses, are aimed at first-year students. Before the beginning of a course, the freshly registered students can brush up on their school knowledge in a specialised manner. The objective is making it easier to catch up on the regular university lectures. Students define their own deficits and choose the appropriate, relevant bridging/preparatory courses. Participation in these courses, which take place before the official start of the course of study, is voluntary. The preparatory courses usually require two to three weeks' time, with daily phases of work, i.e. seminars.
Go to Preparatory Courses
You've made the wrong choice? You're lost? You've missed the boat?
You're studying engineering science, but you're still undecided whether you've made the right choice? You prefer a different university? A different subject? Or would you like to start all over again?
Du studierst Ingenieurwissenschaften, bist aber unschlüssig, ob Du richtig gewählt hast?Lieber die andere Hochschule? Lieber ein anderes Fach? Oder einfach nochmal neu starten?
Professionally experienced as well as future engineers get the opportunity to become a teacher at a vocational college (Berufskolleg).
In cooperation with the RWTH Aachen University, the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences makes it possible for students who have earned a Bachelor's Degree (Bauingenieurwesen, Elektrotechnik, Fahrzeug- und Antriebstechnik as well as Maschinenbau) to have it followed by a Master's degree programme for a teaching position at a vocational college (Berufskolleg) at the RWTH Aachen.
You can find information on the cooperative transition into the Master of Education at the RWTH Aachen University on the following page: | Der Weg zum Lehramt an Berufskollegs [in German]
If there are any questions regarding re-registration, changing a degree programme, taking time off, or an online application, the registrar’s office is at your disposal. | Go to the Registrar's Office
At the start of the winter semester 2013/14, the FH Aachen launched a multifunctional chip card ("FH Karte") for all students. The "FH Karte", in the convenient EC card format, serves as student ID, as a library card, as a dining hall and cafeteria pay card as well as an access control ID for university sport. Further options for use are under way. Further options for use are being planned. | Go to FH Karte
You are stuck with a problem relating to your studies? – Turn to your faculty liaison lecturer. They will listen and, in a joint effort with you, will come up with a solution to your problem. | Go to Liaison Lecturers
You've got a problem relating to your studies and don't know who to turn to? You've got suggestions and proposals to improve study conditions and the "studiability" of your degree programme? | Go to Suggestions and Complaints (StAB)
From a business idea and a financially sound business plan to getting up in business – this is one of several feasible paths towards starting up a business of your own. In order to guarantee a successful start when setting up a business, in order to choose the right path and avoid traps, in order to get answers from "old hands" to your individual questions, a team of experts is at your disposal at the FH Aachen. | Go to Starting Up
Psychosocial Counselling supports students who are coping with personal and study-related problems as well as preparing for challenging study phases. | Go to Psychosocial Counselling
CampusOffice helps you draw up your individual timetable and register for internships and exams. | Go to CampusOffice
Aachen University Sports is a service and education offer for all students, employees and trainees of the RWTH Aachen, the FH Aachen and the other Aachen universities. The "Hochschulsportzentrum" (HSZ, University Sports Centre), a central institution of the RWTH Aachen, organises a demand-oriented and qualified sports and exercise programme for the universities in Aachen. | Go to the University Sports Centre
No matter what you are interested in: the Department of International Affairs, the library, the Career Service, study funding, scholarships or Psychosocial Counselling, the respective contacts will gladly give your their advice and support at their different locations. | Go to the Service Points
With ten faculties, the FH Aachen offers its students a first-class education in modern and trendsetting professions. New challenges of professional practice are seen as a chance to continually adjust and expand the range of courses as far as content is concerned. | Go to Faculties
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