Master programs rankings
This page contains information for applicants who were not admitted due to place limitations.
Acceptance/rejection letters for master's programs will be published on your STiNE account for the admission procedure; the rejection letter including information about your ranking and the ranking of the last admitted applicant as well as selection methods. Further information can be found in the schools' respective statutes, which describe both the selection procedure and the admission criteria for individual programs (see legal conditions).
Since some programs have criteria in addition to the grade-point average of your first degree, the ranking lists contain further information. If you have questions about the lists published here, need help understanding the lists or cannot find your ranking, please contact the Application and Admissions Team. Please use the search function in the PDFs to facilitate a further search within the document.
As this page targets only those applicants rejected due to place limitations, only these candidates are listed in the ranking lists in the box. Applicants who could not be considered for admission, either because they failed to meet admission criteria or to prove that they do so, are not included here.
Please note that the rankings lists provided here also show the results of so-called "technical overbooking." This means that more offers of admission are made than there are places based on the fact that many applicants do not accept their offers. If you are ranked immediately behind someone who does not accept an offer, this does not mean you will automatically be admitted. You may only be admitted if the actual number of places is not ultimately filled. The rankings for wait-listed candidates are conceived of in various ways. In some cases, rankings start over with "1" or, in others, the actual ranking in addition to the succession ranking is provided. It may be that the admission value of the last admitted applicant is the same as yours. This means that you were rejected following a lottery procedure or that secondary criteria was no longer taken into consideration.