Before studying


Your choice of programme should be selected based on careful consideration. Being well informed and advised, makes the decision is easier. Find out more information on these pages. You will also find the appropriate contact person if you have more detailed questions.

Information and orientation


Information portal "My Studies"

Which programmes are offered at Trier University? What are the course contents and what are the requirements? Which professional fields are possible following the completion of my degree?

The information portal provides answers to many of your questions.

School´s over!

In addition to the information day (InfoTag) for prospective students, we offer numerous services for students, their teachers and parents throughout the year. Find out more about topics such as early studies, observing lectures as a visitor, presentations about at schools, individual counselling sessions as well as subject-related and interdisciplinary opportunities for pupils (e.g. Ada Lovelace, Children's University).

Studying with disabilities/chronic illness

A disability or illness should not be a reason to be prevented from studying. Trier University offers information and counselling services for students in this regard.

Studying with a child

Studying with a child requires discipline and good organisation, but it is certainly possible. Here you will find tips and information about studying at Trier University and the support we can offer you.

International student?

New to Trier University? Welcome! Bienvenue!

Student Life

Studying is not only about attending lectures and taking examinations.

Here you will find information on selected topics concerning student life in Trier.

Application, admission, enrolment


Admission requirements

There are a few programmes at Trier University which have some prerequisites, proof of which must be provided before the start of your studies. However, for most programmes, the requirements can be acquired in the course of the studies.

Application, admission, enrolment

For most programmes at Trier University you can enrol directly, provided you meet the requirements.

For the programmes with restricted admission, an application is necessary. In these restricted admission programmes, enrolment (matriculation) is only possible when you have been notified of your successful admission to the programme.

Studying without an Abitur?

It may be possible to study at Trier University even if you do not have the General University Entrance Qualification (Abitur). Find out more about other ways that you might be eligible to study at Trier University.