For the summer semester 2023, applications for a higher semester in all bachelor's degree programs and in the master's degree programs can be submitted as of January 17, 2023.
International students who wish to apply for one of the degree programs for the summer semester 2023, please submit their application to uni-assist
Students can be admitted to a higher semester in both the summer or winter semester. Please note that all degree programs at Hochschule Geisenheim University require a pre-study internship in the relevant field. Further information regarding companies and content can be found on the homepage of the degree program.
In order to apply for admission to a higher semester in the summer semester 2023, you must submit your application to the admissions office by March 20, 2023, latest.
Please note that international students must submit their application for the summer semester 2023 through uni-assist by February 15, 2022.
Unrestricted admission degree programs:
For more information please contact the Admissions Office either via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone +49 (0)6722 502 700.
Students wishing to enroll in a Master's Degree Program at Hochschule Geisenheim University must also meet the requirements set out by the degree course and apply within due time and form. The application can also be made at one of the cooperation universities. Please note that the application deadline may vary from university to university.
Horticultural Science (M.Sc.), first and higher semester: March 20, 2023
Applicants interested in applying for a spot in the Master's programs, M.Sc.Enology, M.Sc. Wine Business and M.Sc. Beverage Technology should apply to our cooperation partner Justus-Liebig University, Gießen.
Applications for M.Eng. UMSB – Environmental Management and Urban Planning in Metropolitan Areas, offered in cooperation with Hochschule RheinMain and Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences should be submitted to Hochschule RheinMain.
Applications for the Vinifera EuroMaster degree program should be made through the coordinating institution of the Vinifera-Consortium; Montpellier SupAgro www.vinifera-euromaster.eu
For the dual-degree master's program, VITIS-VINUM, applications should be made to the University of Turin or the University of Udine, where the first year of the program takes place in Italian.
Applications for M.Sc. Viticulture, Enology and Wine Business (WÖW) should be made to the coordinating institution, BOKU Wien .
Dates and deadlines apply to applicants with a German university entrance certificate.
Applications must be made via the online portal. Please read all the information here carefully. It is in your own interest to submit applications to the Admissions Office in good time, as missing documents can then be submitted. Any applications submitted close to the deadline must be complete.