EU/EEA citizens

Locally restricted admission degree programs

Information on the local allocation of university places

The present explanations apply to

  • German citizens as well as
  • foreign citizens and stateless persons who received their university entrance qualification in Germany or at a German school abroad (so-called Bildungsinländer)

Citizens of an EU member state are treated as German citizens. Citizens of Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein are treated as citizens of an EU member state.

Furthermore, the children of citizens of an EU member state or signatory states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area who live in the Federal Republic of Germany are treated as citizens of an EU member state, provided that these citizens are or were employed in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Moreover, other family members, as defined in Art. 10 of Regulation (EEC) No. 1612/68, of citizens of an EU member state or of signatory states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, who live in Germany, are treated as citizens of an EU member state, provided that these citizens are or were employed in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Applications, acceptance and registration

If you wish to study a locally restricted admission degree program at LMU, you must first apply to the Office of the University Registrar (Studentenkanzlei).

Admissions

If you are granted admission, you will receive a letter of admission either from the Office of the University Registrar or from hochschulstart.de, which will contain your official registration deadline.

Acceptance and registration

For your registration you must first submit an online application and then send in the required documents in full before the official deadline.

Admissions

First semester

Your registration deadline will be in the letter of admission you receive from the Foundation for University Admission (Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung) or LMU. Before this deadline, we must receive your application for registration together with all necessary documents. If you are already registered at LMU, you must apply for a change of subject before the deadline.

Otherwise, your admission will expire and the study place allocated to you will be given to another applicant!

Higher semesters

Admission and registration for later semesters can only be granted after students have submitted a continuation of registration for the upcoming semester.

Your registration deadline — that will be sent to you once you've successfully gone through the local selection procedures — will be in your letter of admission. Before this deadline, we must receive your application for registration together with all necessary documents. If you are already registered at LMU, you must apply for a change of subject before the deadline.

Otherwise, your admission will expire and the study place allocated to you will be given to another applicant!

Change of subject

If you are currently already registered at LMU and wish to change to another degree program, you must apply to the Office of the University Registrar for a change of subject after you have successfully applied for and been allocated a place.