The Integrated Binational Study Programme with Double Degree is preferably aimed at interested students who want to acquire additional cultural and transnational competences in the field of social work and who are interested in learning and deepening their knowledge of foreign languages.
The usual application requirements of the Social Work programme apply. A separate admission procedure is carried out for the integrated degree programme. Applicants with Polish/Romanian language skills as well as intercultural competences are preferred, as this facilitates the later course of studies. It is expected that applicants are willing to learn Polish/Romanian in order to be able to participate in project work at the partner university. In general, it is recommended to have reached the language level B1 of the respective language at the beginning of the studies. Students are offered language courses at the university as well as intensive language courses in the respective country for support.

About the digital application procedure:

All prospective students with a university entrance qualification can apply until September 15, 2024 for the winter semester 2024/2025. For the Bachelor of Social Work (incl. the binational study options German-Polish and German-Romanian), a selection procedure takes place.

Two steps are necessary for a successful application:

1. "Register now at"
2. With the applicant identification number (BID) and applicant authorization number (BAN)
    received from, then register in"myBTU-Portal" and subsequently apply
    for the desired study programme.

Applicants must each submit a separate application for the respective dual degree in the myBTU
portal. When choosing the correct degree programme, please make sure to enter in the fields:

1. degree: Bachelor (university of applied sciences) - double degree

2. course of study: social work

3. specialization: either Akademia im. Jakuba z Paradyza Gorzow (for the German-Polish
    programme) or Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara (for the German-Romanian programme).

Current information for an application for the