The university entrance examination consists of three parts: a language examination, a subject-related examination, and a cognitive examination.
- Language Examination
The language examination takes place after the language course at the end of the winter semester. It consists of a written and an oral part. The language examination is passed if at least 67% of the overall requirements have been met.
- Subject-Related Examinations
The subject-related examination takes place after the subject-related courses at the end of the summer semester. If you attended the ‘MIN’ course, you will take examinations in biology and mathematics. If you attended the ‘ING’ course, you will take examinations in mathematics and physics. You passed the subject-related examinations if at least 50% of the requirements have been met.
- Cognitive Examination
The contents of the cognitive examinations relate to the subject-related programme you chose (either ‘MIN’ or ‘ING’) and will also take place at the end of the summer semester in written form. You passed the cognitive examination if at least 50% of the requirements have been met.
University Entrance Certificate
Only if all parts of the university entrance examinations have been passed (language, subject-related, cognitive), a university entrance certificate for the federal state of Brandenburg will be issued.
Language Examination: February 2021
Subject-related and cognitive examinations: June 2021