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Apply for crediting and recognition of periods of study and academic achievements


Thanks to the reform of higher education, a comparison of higher education benefits has been simplified. Since the Bologna process, you can complete your studies with a bachelor's or a master's degree.

You collect so-called credit points with each successfully completed section of your studies. These credit points, also known as credits, are awarded according to the amount of work involved. You will receive these credit points if you have passed the respective exam.

This scheme applies throughout the EU.

If you have successfully passed an intermediate examination at a German university, you may continue your studies in Saxony-Anhalt in principle. This is decided by the university at which you wish to continue studying.

If you already have a university degree (also from the GDR), you can easily start studying.

Would you like to continue your studies in Saxony-Anhalt? Find out more about the crediting and recognition of your previous academic achievement here.

As a rule, you must apply for recognition with the university where you wish to study in the future. It then checks whether the contents of your previous course are equivalent to the contents of the future. If the content differs too much, the new university may refuse recognition.

Contact the university.

You must be able to prove your previous study periods and achievements.

  • Application for recognition of a study benefit
  • Evidence of the service provided
  • Description of the previous study contents

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Ministry of Economy, Science and Digitisation of the State of Saxony-Anhalt

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