Guide for Submitting Applications

 

Read this guide carefully before starting the application process!

All applications have to be submitted via the online application portal on this website.

 

The following pieces of information and documents are required

  • Tanscripts of records including a final overall grade.
  • Certificates of your undergraduate degre.
  • Proof of English language profficency.

 

If you you are in the process of finishing your undergraduate degree it is possible to apply with the current transcript of records including all grades achieved until the deadline. If succesfull you have to submit the final undergraduate certificate to Saarland University until the 31st of December. For the first application round, scanned pdf files of certificates are accepted. In the further application process, submission of legally certified transcripts are mandatory due to University regulations. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Please note as proof of a minimum undergraduate grade of 2.5 in the German grading system is mandatory for admission applications without an overall GPA will not be considered. If possible provide an official statement from the respective university including information on the grading system in the country and university, respectively.

Unfortunately, we are currently not allowed to consider any other qualification achieved besides the undergraduate degree (e. g. coaching certificats, CV, internships).

A undergraduate degree in sport science or a related field is mandatory for admission. Equivalence of other degrees will be decided by the examination comittee of the department after submitting the application. A proof prior to submission is not possible. All undergradute grades will be transfered into the German grading system via the modified Bavarian formular, which can also be found online. Please note, that achieving the minimum grade for admission (2.5 in the German system) does not gurantee acceptance. As we only have limited places available a ranking will be created based on the grades of all applicants. At the end the 20 best students will be accepted to the programme. Thus, submitting a final or preliminary grade is mandatory for considerations.