Voluntary academic assessment test

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Due to the corona pandemic, the study aptitude test for Life Science Engineering (B) applications for the winter semester 2021/22 will not take place.
The allocation of places for the winter semester 21/22 is made according to the Selection Regulations for Bachelor's Degree Programmes at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (Selection Regulations for Bachelor's Degree Programmes - AO - Ba), AMBl. 22/12.

Advantages

If you take an academic assessment test, you can

  • increase your chances of admission
  • check for yourself whether the subject you have chosen is really right for you

Tests for Bachelor’s degree programmes

For a number of study programmes you can take an academic assessment test free of charge:

You are not obliged to take this test.

Test for Academic Studies (TestAS)

If you obtained your higher education entry qualification abroad and wish to start a Bachelor’s degree programme in Germany, you can take the TestAS to check whether studying is the right choice for you. If you are from a non-EU country or if you are stateless, you can improve your prospects of a study place with good test results.

Self assessments

HTW Berlin offers self assessments for individual study programmes. A self-assessment is a good way to test whether a degree programme is right for you. You can also find out more about the structure and content of the study programme. Unlike the voluntary academic assessment test, however, it will not increase your chances of receiving a study place.

Applying for a study place

Submit your application within the standard application deadlines — regardless whether you take the academic assessment test or not. If you are applying with