Between EUR 20 – 750 per semester. The Fees structure varies depending on your nationality.
It’s easy to apply
You’ll need Matura (A), Abitur (D), A-level (UK) or equivalent.
We teach in English and welcome students from all over the world.
You’ll need to know German or learn the language in the first year as other courses are taught in German. If you need help, the University provides language courses.
Submit your portfolio digitally by 10th January 2020 or hand in a hard copy of your portfolio (max. A3) between 24-25th February 2020 at the Design Investigations office on the Main Campus of the University.
The entrance exam is made up of your proposal, design-related tasks (s. Admission Details below) as well as a series of interviews. The exam takes place between 26nd to 28th February 2020.
Have a question about fees or the admissions process? Contact Elisabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want you to design a robot companion and bring it as part of your portfolio. Your proposal should be an interesting interpretation of this topic and look at the human-machine relationship. We can’t wait to see your ideas!
We evaluate students based on their portfolio. You can submit your digital portfolio by 10th January 2020 or bring a hard copy of your portfolio (max. A3) along on the 24th or 25th February 2020 between 10:00-14:00. It’s important to make a design-specific portfolio that represents you, your skills, interests and experience, and the way you think and work.
Send digital portfolios to: email@example.com
Following your portfolio submission, from 26nd to 28nd February 2020 between 10:00-18:00, candidates will work on a number of design-related tasks. These may include modelling a “natural” object, ideation skills in small teams and a quick design task of an everyday object (hardware and/or software). Additionally, interviews will be conducted to determine your motivation and educational background, cultural and conceptual talents as well as communication skills. Then we’ll select our future students.
Fast Track Option
If you have already done a bachelor’s degree, or completed some years of study elsewhere, and would like to move to Design Investigations, we also have a fast track option. This means that based on the evaluation of your portfolio, we can move you directly to a higher semester, and you may not need to do all 10 semesters of study.