Studying at Kiel UAS

No matter whether bachelor, master, online or dual study courses, at the moment we have about 8,000 young people studying at the UAS Kiel. 506 of them study at the Faculty of Agriculture in Osterrönfeld near Rendsburg.

When does the lecture period begin? What are the deadlines for re-registering for the semester? Where can I see the course overviews? On this page, students can find everything they need to know about organising their studies.

Starting your studies


Before you can enrol for a degree programme at Kiel UAS, you must apply online for the desired place. The application runs via the applicant portal of Kiel UAS, for applicants who have not acquired their higher education entrance qualification in Germany, via uni-assist.

First Semester Information

Anyone who has received a letter of admission and is enrolled at Kiel UAS will receive an email with information for first-semester students before the start of the semester. It contains everything you need to know to ensure a smooth start to your studies.

When the semester begins, the "Ersti-Wochen" help students get started with their studies. Departments and/or student representatives show the newcomers around the campus, its institutions and buildings, so that they can easily find their way around.

Fair of Possibilities

Once a semester, a fair takes place on the campus of Kiel UAS that is almost like a small festival: the Market of Opportunities. It offers students the chance to find out about the university's many interdisciplinary projects, sports programmes, language courses or semesters abroad. In addition, various facilities and services of Kiel UAS and important external contact points introduce themselves.


Advice and support

Central Student Advisory Service

The team at the Central Student Advisory Service helps students with questions that arise during the course of their studies - whether they are problems with the degree programme itself, the choice of degree programme, scholarships or support for gifted students, or concerns of students with a migration background, a disability or a chronic illness.