Here we answer the most frequently asked questions about our program
The admission test takes place in two different sessions. One is for an online mathematics test and the other for an online interview.
Online mathematics test:
For this you need a laptop/computer/smartphone with camera, microphone and earphones. Immediately before the exam starts we’ll send you documents that we ask you to print. You’ll write the test with us together in a ZOOM meeting, while your camera is on.
Following that we’ll send you an invitation to an online interview on another day, during which we’d like to get to know you a little better.
The tests take place at regular intervals.
The teaching language is German.
For your stay in Germany you must plan for the costs of your rent, electricity and WIFI, the basic necessities of life (food, drink, etc.), medical insurance, study materials (writing utensils, notebooks, etc.).
Before traveling to the Federal Republic of Germany, applicants must apply for a student visa (Studentenvisum) at the German embassy (or consulate) in your country. Visa applicants without admission must apply for a visa for study applicants (Studienbewerbervisum).
A German B1 certificate is the minimum requirement for the T Course. International certificates (TELC or Goethe-Institut) are also recognized. Should you currently be participating in a German course and already wish to apply, please upload (instead of your B1 Certificate) the certification of your participation in the course.
You should begin to make arrangements for your blocked account, student visa, and lodging in Saarbrücken. We’re glad to help you!
There are breaks during the Christmas season (end of December till beginning of January). On German public holidays there is no instruction.
After successfully passing our Prep-For-Study final examination for the T-Course you can study the following subjects at the htw saar (depending on availability):
|Applied Computer Sciences||Electrical Engineering – Renewable Energy and Intelligent Systems|
|Architecture||European Construction Management|
|Automotive Engineering||Information Science and Web Engineering|
|Biomedical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering|
|Computer Sciences and Communication Engineering|
|Electrical Engineering – Renewable Energy and Intelligent Systems|
|Energy Systems Engineering|
|Mechanical Engineering / Process Technology|