Downloads and Links
Here you can download and print out forms. You need to have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to do this, however. Click here to install Acrobat Reader: download Acrobat Reader
Please note that you have to complete and sign the form „Payment by credit card” legibly and then send the original form to uni-assist. Please do not submit a scanned or faxed copy of the form!
- List of universities – a comprehensive list with links to the websites of all member universities of uni-assist
- uni-assist-database – database containing information on gaining admission to a German university with foreign qualifications
- anabin – the official database of the German „Central Board for Foreign Education“ (ZaB) regarding the international equivalency of school and university certificates in Germany (for all foreign countries); in German only
- www.testdaf.de – Test of German as a Foreign language; a language proficiency test accepted by all German universities. You will also find the addresses of the test centres and how to prepare for the test (f.ex.language courses in one's own country).
An overview of studying opportunities in Germany is available on the following websites:
- www.inobis.de – this portal contains a wealth of information, advice, databases and a glossary of important terms regarding studying and living in Germany
- www.campus-germany.de – a Website by the DAAD regarding studying and living in Germany
- www.hochschulkompass.de - a list of all German universities as well as an overview of all courses offered in Germany
- www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programs/de/ - a summary of international study courses for which little or no knowledge of German is required may be found via the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)
- www.daad.de – German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
- www.study-in.de/en/ - information on studying and living in Germany as well as on scholarships
- www.hrk.de - the German Rectors' Conference (HRK)
- Information on studying medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or pharmacy as a first-year student.- PDF