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Application

Application Process for Winter Term 2020/21 starts on November 15th, 2019.

Application deadline: February 15th, 2020 (12:00 a.m. (midnight) CET Central European Time) for Winter Term 2020/21.


As the M.Sc. WASTE is now a part of the EPOS-DAAD Program, there will be two different application procedures from now on. Hence, we highly recommend to check all online application guidelines again:

  • Application Procedure A: Self-financed studies
  • Application Procedure B: EPOS-DAAD Scholarship

Keep in mind that the EPOS-DAAD Program offers a chance for outstanding international professionals (List of eligible countries) to finance their studies in Germany. Due to the limited number of scholarships, applicants under the application procedure B could be granted admission to the M.Sc. WASTE without an EPOS-DAAD scholarship. In such cases, the applicant must self-finance his/her studies, and no further application steps must be completed.

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Application Procedure A: Self-financed studies

 

Step 1: Application for admission to the Winter Term 2020/2021 on C@MPUS - online application portal

 

The M.Sc. WASTE Office provides an application manual to briefly guide you through the C@MPUS online application portal. It is divided into two parts:

  • Part 1: How to register on the C@MPUS portal.
  • Part 2: How to enter your data, upload your documents, and complete your application for the M.Sc. WASTE program.

It is highly recommended to go through the M.Sc. WASTE C@MPUS Application Manual before proceeding. Please also check the List of all Required Application Documents, as it contains a complete list of all the documents needed for online and postal submissions.

Subsequently, visit the C@MPUS Portal and follow the steps as described in the manual.

Step 2: Postal submission of selected application documents to the M.Sc. WASTE Office

 

To complete the application Step 2, please download the M.Sc. WASTE Short Application Form first. Keep in mind that you must also submit a certified hard copy of your translated (English or German) Transcript of Records of your Bachelor’s Degree. Check our List of all Required Application Documents for more information.

For the postal submission, please use the following address:

M.Sc. WASTE Office
Zulassungsausschuss
Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Feuerungs- und Kraftwerkstechnik
Pfaffenwaldring 23
D-70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Only if Step 1 and Step 2 are fulfilled, the application is completed successfully.

You must NOT submit by post the required application documents before completing Step 1, as you will be asked to fill up your applicant and application numbers in the M.Sc. WASTE Short Application Form. Both numbers could only be obtained on the C@MPUS portal.

Please bear in mind that the application documents must reach the M.Sc. WASTE Office no later than February 15th, 2020 (12:00 a.m. (midnight) CET Central European Time).

The system should reflect whether your application is complete by February 16th, 2020. Applications will be processed by the Admissions Committee only after this date. You will be informed via C@MPUS whether you were admitted or not. Please do not expect a decision before the second week of April 2020.



Application Procedure B: EPOS-DAAD Scholarship (List of eligible countries)

 

As the number of scholarships is limited, the DAAD conducts a careful selection process to allocate them to international students.

Step 1: Application for admission to the Winter Term 2020/2021 on C@MPUS - online application portal

The M.Sc. WASTE Office provides an application manual to briefly guide you through the C@MPUS online application portal. It is divided into two parts:

  • Part 1: How to register on the C@MPUS portal.
  • Part 2: How to enter your data, upload your documents, and complete your application for the M.Sc. WASTE program.

It is highly recommended to go through the M.Sc. WASTE C@MPUS Application Manual before proceeding. Please also check the List of all Required Application Documents for DAAD Scholars, as it contains a complete list of all the documents needed for online and postal submissions.

Subsequently, visit the C@MPUS Portal and follow the steps as described in the manual.

Step 2: Postal submission of selected application documents to the M.Sc. WASTE Office

 

To complete the application Step 2, please download the M.Sc. WASTE Short Application Form first. Keep in mind that you must also submit a certified hard copy of your translated (English or German) Transcript of Records of your Bachelor’s Degree.

For the postal submission, please use the following address:

M.Sc. WASTE Office
Zulassungsausschuss
Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Feuerungs- und Kraftwerkstechnik
Pfaffenwaldring 23
D-70569 Stuttgart
Germany

You must NOT submit by post the required application documents before completing Step 1, as you will be asked to fill up your applicant and application numbers in the M.Sc. WASTE Short Application Form. Both numbers could only be obtained on the C@MPUS portal.

Please bear in mind that the application documents must reach the M.Sc. WASTE Office no later than February 15th, 2020 (12:00 a.m. (midnight) CET Central European Time).

Step 3: Personal interview with the M.Sc. WASTE Office

 

If you are pre-selected for the EPOS-DAAD program, you must hold an interview with the M.Sc. WASTE Office. In that case, you will be contacted to arrange the appointment.

Only if Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3 are fulfilled, the application is completed successfully.

If you were not-preselected, you can still be granted admission to the M.Sc. WASTE Program. In that case, self-financing options must be considered, and no further application steps must be completed.

The system should reflect whether your application is complete by February 15th, 2020. Applications will be processed by the Admissions Committee only after this date. You will be informed via C@MPUS whether you were admitted to the M.Sc. WASTE Program or not. On the other hand, you will be notified directly from DAAD whether you will be awarded a scholarship or not. Please do not expect a decision before the end of March 2020.

 

 

Tuition Fees

Starting in the Winter Semester 2017/2018, all new International Degree Students from non-EU countries are required to pay a tuition fee of around 1.500€ per semester. Further information can be found on the following links:

 

 

FAQs

For any kind of question regarding the application procedure, we prepared a whole set of questions and answers for you. Please download the FAQs.