Access to the Bachelor's degree program in Agricultural Sciences is subject to the following additional admission requirements in accordance with § 2 of the Program-specific Examination and Study Regulations (SPSO):
- Applicants whose native language is not German must prove German language skills (B2).
- Applicants must complete a 12-week internship in a field of study relevant to the field of application before starting their studies (internship). In exceptional cases, six weeks of the internship can be completed during the semester break or a leave semester. The internship must be fully proven by the time the Bachelor's thesis is submitted. A practical internship abroad is possible.
Students gain insight into future job characteristics, techniques and technologies in the areas of crop cultivation, animal husbandry and bioenergy as well as the environment in internship. The economic connections as well as social and professional problems of the agricultural sector should be known.
Details on the registration, implementation and recognition of internships already completed, as well as the billing, are regulated by the Internship Regulations for the Bachelor Program Agricultural Sciences. An existing vocational training can be credited as an internship. To verify if your profession is accepted please contact the internship office.
Further information on the implementation and billing of the internship is given by the internship office of the Faculty.