How to Apply to Heidelberg University

Heidelberg University, officially the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg, is a public research university in Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Founded in 1386 on the instruction of Pope Urban VI, Heidelberg is Germany’s oldest university and one of the world’s oldest surviving universities.

How to Apply to Heidelberg University

How to apply

To be considered for admission, please submit the following:

  1. Online application online or through the CommonApp.
  2. Copy of your passport.
  3. Copy of your secondary school (high school) records.
  4. Proof of English language proficiency.
  5. ACT/SAT test scores (optional)
  6. Personal statement and recommendation letters (optional)

 

https://www.heidelberg.edu/admission-aid/international-students/international-admission-requirements

INTERNATIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate Admission

To be considered for admission, please submit the following:

  • Online application online or through the CommonApp
  • Copy of your passport
  • Copy of your secondary school (high school) records
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • ACT/SAT test scores (optional)
  • Personal statement and recommendation letters (optional)

Students transferring from another university will need to provide their official university records.

  • From U.S. schools, the transcript must be an official copy mailed to Heidelberg directly or delivered in a sealed envelope.
  • From schools outside the U.S., students must submit their records to a NACES-approved credential evaluation service for a course-by-course evaluation such as SpanTran.

Undergraduate Admission Process

After applying and submitting the required documents, students will receive their admission decision typically within one week. The steps below represent the normal sequence students follow from the point of admission through their enrollment at Heidelberg. Our international admission office will help you every step of the way!

  1. Apply for need-based aid through Heidelberg’s International Student Financial Aid application
  2. Receive Tuition Payment Plan outlining the costs to attend Heidelberg
  3. Submit $250 enrollment fee to confirm the intention to enroll at Heidelberg (suggested by May 1st for fall semester enrollment)
  4. Submit the Affidavit of Financial Support form and evidence of financial support
  5. Order shipping of student’s form I-20/DS-2019 package through eShipGlobal
  6. Receive I-20/DS-2019, pay your SEVIS fee, and schedule a visa interview appointment
  7. Notify Heidelberg when you obtain your U.S. visa by scanning a copy of the visa to international@heidelberg.edu

*Undergraduate transfer students from a U.S. institution may not need to complete all of the above steps but will need to complete the Transfer-In form with the assistance of your International Student Advisor at your current school.

 

Application Deadlines

Fall semester: June 1

Spring semester: November 1

Summer semester: April 1

Graduate Admission

To be considered for admission, please submit the following:

  • Online application through Heidelberg website
  • Copy of your passport
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • Goal statement (specific to each graduate program)
  • Letters of recommendation
    • 3 letters of recommendation are required for applicants to the Master of Arts in Counseling program; this is not required for MBA applicants
  • Official university records
    • From U.S. schools, the transcript must be an official copy mailed to Heidelberg directly or delivered in a sealed envelope.
    • From schools outside the U.S., students must submit their records to a NACES-approved credential evaluation service for a course-by-course evaluation such as SpanTran.

Graduate Admission Process

After applying and submitting the required documents, students will receive their admission decision typically within 1-2 weeks. Then, the steps below represent the normal sequence students follow from the point of admission through their enrollment at Heidelberg. Our international admission office will help you every step of the way!

  1. Receive Tuition Payment Plan outlining the costs to attend Heidelberg
  2. Submit the Affidavit of Financial Support form and evidence of financial support
  3. Order shipping of student’s I-20 or DS-2019 package through eShipGlobal
  4. Receive I-20/DS-2019, pay your SEVIS fee, and schedule a visa interview appointment
  5. Notify Heidelberg when you obtain your U.S. visa by scanning a copy of the visa to international@heidelberg.edu

*Graduate transfer students from a U.S. institution may not need to complete all of the above steps but will need to complete the Transfer-In form with the assistance of the International Student Advisor at your current school.

Exchange Students

Students from the following universities will work with their respective advisors to complete the International Exchange Application.

  • Universität Heidelberg (Germany)
  • Miyagi Gakuin (Japan)
  • University of Ulsan (South Korea)
  • Business Academy Aarhus (Denmark)
  • Hanze University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)
  • Heilongjiang International University (China)
  • Tianjin Normal University (China)
  • Additional documentation may be required upon request. Questions regarding exchange applications should be directed to Julie Arnold, Director of International Affairs & Studies at jarnold3@heidelberg.eduor +1 (419) 448-2953.

 

Apply as an Exchange student

Click on – https://admission.heidelberg.edu/register/internationalexchange

English Language Requirement-

To enroll in academic courses a minimum score of one of the following is required: TOEFL: 79 (iBT), 550 (TOEFL paper-based), Institutional Code: 1292. IELTS: 6.5ELS*: 112.

Academic Score Required

In order to enroll in the course, applicants or candidates must achieve a minimum score of DSH-2 in this examination. *Some study programs require a higher level of German proficiency.

Programs Available for Summer/Winter -Intake with Various Courses

1) Masters in Economics (2 Years)

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/study/all-subjects/economics/economics-master

 

2) Master of Science in Health Economics (2 Years)

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/studium/interesse/faecher/health_economics.html

 

3) Master in Technical Computer Science (1.5-2 Years)

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/study/all-subjects/computer-engineering/computer-engineering-master

 

4) BSC. In Biochemistry (3 Years)

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/study/all-subjects/biochemistry/biochemistry-bachelor-100

 

5) Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Science (3 Years)

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/study/all-subjects/applied-computer-science

 

Tuition Fees, Payment Details for International Students:

FUNDS TRANSFER

Baden-Württembergische Bank, Stuttgart
IBAN: DE28 6005 0101 0004 9617 81
SWIFT/BIC: SOLADEST600
(BLZ 600 501 01  Kto. 4961781)
Reason for payment:  Matriculation no., surname, forename

https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/en/study/management-of-studies/tuition-fees/bank-details-of-heidelberg-university

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