Application period (cut-off period)
winter semester: 15 April - 15 May
summer semester: ---
How to apply:
1. Step: Online application
Apply online and print out the application for admission as well as the data view.
2. Step: Submit documents
Send the signed application including all application documents to
Abteilung II-1 Zulassung
89069 Ulm | Germany
All documents must be received in paper form within the application period.
office hours: Mon., Wed., Thu. 9:00 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Tue. 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mon. till Thu. 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m
For legally binding information please see the MSc Psychology admissions statutes.
Upon completing the online application you need to submit the following documents in paper form within the application deadline:
Should the number of qualified applications exceed the number of available places, the selection will be made on the basis of a ranking list.
The ranking list is based on the following criteria:
Taking the voluntary academic test improves your chances for admission greatly. Only applicants who fulfil the entrance requirements and receive an invitation two weeks prior to the test date may participate. The test usually takes place at the end of June and costs €20,00.
Further information about the test you can find at the course information.
Selection thresholds in the allocation procedure
winter semester 2017/18:
Available places: 102
- average grade of 1.0 in bachelor's degree or current study achievements for applications without voluntary academic test
- average grade of 1.9 in bachelor's degree or current study achievements for applications with voluntary academic test
winter semester 2018/19:
Available places: 102
- no admissions without voluntary academic test
- average grade of 2.0 in bachelor's degree or current study achievements for applications with voluntary academic test
Claims of hardship in master's programmes with restricted admission
5% of all available places (one place minimum) are reserved for cases of exceptional hardship.
Exceptional hardship applies particularly to cases where it is absolutely necessary for the applicant to begin their studies without delay due to health reasons or equally serious circumstances. Applicants who depend on Ulm as place of study due to exceptional family, social or economic circumstances may claim hardship as well.
Claims of hardship will be considered only from applicants who were not allocated a study place in the allocation procedure based on performance.
Further information on the master's programme Psychology.