M.Sc. Human Technology in Sports and Medicine

As per the admission regulations for all Master’s programmes, the following admission requirements apply:

  • Completed degree (no less than six semesters) in a related field of study (Subject-specific requirements regarding the relevancy are listed in annex A of the admission regulations)
  • Proof of ability (above-average final grade of either 2.5 or higher in the German system or B according to ECTS)
  • Personal qualification (proven by Curriculum Vitae (CV) and letter of motivation) and professional qualification.

All lectures and courses in this Master’s programme will be in English. As a result, all students are required to demonstrate certified proficiency in the English language. Proof of language proficiency may be demonstrated through any of the following language test certificates:

  • TOEFL iBT (≥ 95 points)
  • IELTS Academic (≥ 7 points)
  • Cambridge Certificate (CAE) at C1 level following the European Reference Framework for Languages (GER)

There are exceptions to this requirement. Native English speakers or graduates who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree from an English-language programme at a university within the European Union or in a country where English is the official language are exempted.

German language proficiency is not compulsory for a successful application, however we strongly recommend all students to have some basic knowledge of the German language. 

Students starting the Master’s degree in Human Technology in Sports and Medicine should demonstrate the following:  

  • affinity to scientific and engineering topics
  • basic interest in the interaction between technology and human beings
  • curiosity and creativity
  • basic knowledge of statistical methods
  • ability to work in a team
  • willingness to work

⇒ Contrary to all other degree courses, the sport qualification test is not compulsory for the admission to any master program at the German Sport University.

Please note: individual relevance test of the completed course of studies

Due to capacity reasons an individual relevance test of the completed course of studies is not possible prior to the admission procedures.

The annex A of the Master´s admission regulations (download right) lists which study requirements must be met to comply with the relevance criteria. In this way prospective students can conduct a self-assessment of the individually completed study contents and decide on an application.

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