The allocation of study places – Numerus clausus
The following study programs have admission restrictions (NC) for winter semester 2020/21:
Admission restrictions are enforced if there are more applicants for a study program than available study places. The NC procedure is a special selection procedure that is used to allocate the available study places fairly. The NC values are recalculated after every application procedure and do not constitute valid minimum grades that last for several semesters. They could change in the next application procedure.
Don’t be put off by the NC value! Firstly, when you apply you will not know what the values will actually be after the application procedure has been completed and secondly, there is also a succession procedure. Several prospective students for a study program apply to various universities and might therefore decline their allocated study place.
If there are still study places available after the succession procedure has been completed, a study place lottery (clearing) might also be used to allocate the remaining places. This could also be your ticket to success!
The legal basis for the NC procedure has changed.
New criteria for the allocation of study places have been established nationwide. At the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund, the statutes for the local allocation procedure for the bachelor's degree programme Leisure and Tourism Management will come into force in winter semester 2020/21.
An overview of the new legal regulations in German:
Staatsvertrag über die Hochschulzulassung
Gesetz über die Zulassung zum Hochschulstudium in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Verordnung über die Studienplatzvergabe im Zentralen Vergabeverfahren und im Örtlichen Vergabeverfahren in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Satzung für das Örtliche Vergabeverfahren an der Hochschule Stralsund für zulassungsbeschränkte Studiengänge vom 09. April 2020