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Alanus Hochschule für Kunst und Gesellschaft
Bonn, Germany


University description (as per official university website)

Admission Requirements

A higher education entrance qualification is a prerequisite for a degree course at Alanus University. For artistic disciplines, the necessary artistic talent will be assessed during the entry examination, to which you will be invited once your documents have been found to meet the entrance requirements.

Application Procedure
There is no fixed application deadline, so you may apply at any time. Courses start annually with the autumn semester.

The application documents should include
a curriculum vitae
copies of examination certificates, including a certified translation of the certificates
documentation of sufficient proficiency in the German language (TestDaF, DSH or an equivalent certification)
proof of health insurance
a medical certificate
two passport size photos
For the master programmes please add the following documents to your application:

- a copy of your first degree certificate
- for the master programme in Visual Arts: a worked out artistic proposal (sketches and written documentation of at least 15 pages)

Please send your application to

Alanus Hochschule
- Stichwort Bewerbung -
Villestr. 3
53347 Alfter

A foreign student wishing to enter Germany requires a visa. The visa must be issued by the German Embassy or the German Consulate in your home country. Applicants and students from EU states, the EFTA states and states with whom Germany has agreed special conditions, are exempt from this regulation. Please ask at your German Embassy whether or not you need a visa and which kind of visa you might need.

The staff of the German Embassy or Consulate check the financial situation and apply for the approval of the relevant immigration authority in Germany. If the Embassy or Consulate staff find no reason to refuse entrance, the application will be approved and the visa can be issued.

There are three types of visas: a language course visa, which cannot be changed into a study visa, a visa for university applicants, which is valid for three months provided that you have not yet been admitted to a university, and a study visa, which is valid for one year.

Financial Requirements
If you would like to study in Germany, you must be able to prove to the German Embassy/Consulate staff and the immigration authorities that you have sufficient funds to finance your stay. You can do this by means of a so-called “Finanzierungsnachweis” (proof of funding) for one year, which is to certify that you can finance your stay here without needing social benefits. The average living expenses come to approximately Eur 700-800 per month, plus tuition fees. This amount can vary, of course, depending on your lifestyle.

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