Applying for studies at FHWS
APPLY, the online application portal of FHWS, is where you can apply for admission to a bachelor´s degree programme at FHWS.
In case of admission restricted degree programmes, you have to register with Hochschulstart first.
The application period for the Summer semester 2022 has expired.
The application period for the winter semester 2022/2023 runs from 01 May 2022 through 15 July 2022.
The deadlines may be extended or shortened - please note the information provided in APPLY, the online application portal of FHWS!
On the following pages, you will find information about
- applying for studies at FHWS in general
- information on the application procedure in APPLY
- applying for studies in a higher semester
- applying for admission restricted bachelor´s degree programmes
- parallel studies
- Dual cooperative studies
- admission for qualified professionals
- the necessary pre-study internship for certain programmes
For the degree programmes Architecture and Communication Design, there is an aptitude test.
Information about the test for Architecture.
Information about the test for Communication Design.
As a rule, guest students can only be enrolled for lectures. Participation in other types of courses (e.g. seminars) is only possible as far as the course of studies of regular students is not compromised.
Please talk to the respective lecturer whether participation is possible before you start the enrolment process. Guest students are generally not allowed in language courses. Enrolment for courses of admissions restricted degree programmes is not possible.
Guest students are not allowed to sit examinations.
Guest students have to pay tuition fees.
Information and the application form for admission as guest student are available in the form centre
Talented students still completing their secondary education can be permitted to attend lectures. Decision about the admission of secondary students to these early studies in accordance with Article 42 (3) BayHSchG is made jointly by the secondary school and FHWS.
Secondary students can then take leave of absence via the head of school. Attending courses within the chosen degree programme at FHWS is the substitute for missed lessons at school and is considered a school event. The decision about how many lessons students may miss is made by the secondary school.
Information and the application form for admission to early studies are available in the form centre.