(1) The prerequisite for admission to the university course is proof of:
(a) a completed ordinary university degree of at least 180 ECTS (or an equivalent degree completed at a recognised domestic or foreign post-secondary educational institution) in one of the following disciplines:
- Human medicine
b) or a completed ordinary university degree of at least 180 ECTS (or an equivalent degree completed at a recognised domestic or foreign post-secondary educational institution) and a successfully completed training as a psychotherapist and registration in the list of psychotherapists;
c) at least 2 years of relevant professional experience in one or more of the fields mentioned under para 1 lit a and lit b. Relevant" is understood to mean professional activities in which activities in the psychosocial field are in the foreground.
(2) Applicants shall prove that they have the necessary knowledge of the German language at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, either by means of internationally recognised language certificates/diplomas or diplomas (e.g. school-leaving certificate based on teaching in this language, completion of a course of study in the language of instruction concerned) or within the framework of an examination by the academic course management. Proof may be waived if the language of instruction is the first language of the applicant.
(3) Applicants must provide proof of sufficient knowledge of the English language of instruction, which is necessary for the successful continuation of their studies. In particular, this knowledge shall also be deemed to be proven by the university entrance qualification or by at least B2 CEFR, by means of internationally recognised certificates such as CAE (at least 45 points), FCE (at least C), TOEFL iBT (at least 87 points) or IELTS (at least 5.5). Certificates may be waived if the language of instruction is the first language of the applicant.
(4) Furthermore, computer skills are required which enable the problem-free use of a teaching and learning platform as well as the use of literature databases.
(5) A letter of application and a curriculum vitae shall be enclosed with the application for admission.
(6) The academic course director shall check the suitability of the applicants on the basis of the documents submitted and, if necessary, a personal interview.
(7) Admission is only possible before the start of the university course. The academic course management shall determine the maximum number of participants per university course, taking into account the study places available according to pedagogical and organisational aspects and in accordance with the budget plan.
(8) Exceptional cases for admission after the start of the university course may only be approved by the curriculum director upon proposal of the academic course director, provided that the completion of equivalent teaching and learning contents can be proven.
(9) Pursuant to section 70 subsection 1 in conjunction with section 51 subsection 2 line 22 UG, participants shall apply for admission to the university course as extraordinary students. The Rectorate shall decide on the admission of the course participants on the proposal of the academic course director in accordance with the available study places and the qualifications of the applicants.