Assessment Test in Berlin
Our students can complete our Studienkolleg with the external assessment test in Berlin.
This is i.a. at the Charité, the FU Berlin and TU Berlin after separate application possible.
Their FSP certificate is recognized at all state German universities and qualified to apply for a place to study.
Admission Requirements and Registration
In order to successfully apply for participation in the external FSP, students need German language proficiency level B2 and a high school diploma that entitles them to attend the Studienkolleg in accordance with the requirements of the KMK (Kultusministerkonferenz – KMK).
However, the application criteria differ depending on the federal state and the examining institution. For example, the TU Berlin demands Proof of language level C1 when applying for external FSP.
Whether the school is sufficient, can be checked on the website anabin.kmk.org.
The application for participation in the external FSP will take place in Berlin via Uni-assist e.V. Our staff will help you with this.
The application in other federal states takes place partly directly through the institutes. Please inform yourself in good time with us or the respective institutes.
The following documents should always be enclosed with the application:
- Certificate of secondary school (certified translation + original)
- Proof of knowledge of German (min. B2 / possibly C1)
- Application form of the respective institute
Depending on the level of secondary education attained, further documents may be required.
For the Berlin Feststellungsprüfungen all documents must be sent to the following address. For important documents, we always recommend sending by registered mail:
An admission from a Berlin university is mandatory, so that it must be advertised in parallel at Uni-assist.
For more detailed information, please contact us, or the appropriate university.
The external assessment test in Berlin takes place twice a year, but not at every location. It consists of a written and an oral exam.
When applying to German universities, the result of the FSP together with the result of the school graduation counts as admission criterion.
Depending on the main course, different exams have to be taken to pass the assessment exam.
However, these differ from state to state and institute to institute.
An exemplary test combination would be, for example:
- M Course
- Written: German, Physics, Biology
- Oral: Chemistry, Mathematics
- T Course
- Written: German, Mathematics, Physics
- Oral: Chemistry, Computer Science
- W Course
- Written: German, Mathematics, Economics
- Oral: English, Economic History