Here you can find out about deadlines, the application process and requirements to apply for your Bachelor's program at Constructor University.
Join Constructor University in 4 easy steps.
- Complete your application.
- Receive your decision after 2-4 weeks.
- Enroll and pay your deposit.
- Settle in during our online O-Week and start your studies.
Be prepared to submit next documents:
- Proof of Identity
- Transcripts/Report Cards
- CV and Educational History Form
- Proof of English Language Proficiency
- Motivation Statement
- Standardized Testing
- Recommendation Letter
We can accept a government-issued national ID as a proof of identity for EU/EFTA/EAA citizens, or a passport – for EU and non-EU citizens.
Undergraduate applicants who are currently attending high school are required to submit transcripts or report cards covering the last 2-3 years of their high school education, including grades 9, 10, 11, and, if available, grade 12 (semester 1) report card showing course registration and current grades.
Applicants who have already completed high school need to provide their high school diploma, final grades, and, if applicable, results from the university entrance examination in their respective country.
If you are applying as a transfer student, please also provide your most recent university transcript, completed transfer credit application form and course syllabus. This FAQ and the study program handbook should provide the information you need to complete the transfer credit application form.
If any of the documents are not issued in English or German, they must be accompanied by a translated copy in English or German, completed by a sworn translator.
Please use the CV to provide a comprehensive overview of your qualifications, achievements, and skills. Make sure your CV includes extracurricular and voluntary activities. In addition, complete the Educational History Form. This form requires you to provide a list of all the schools you have attended, including your current school, the language of instruction. Please include the name of the high school leaving certificate you will receive upon graduation. Please submit the CV and the Education History Form as one PDF file.
All applicants must show an adequate command of the English language to enroll at Constructor University. An applicant’s English language ability (non-native speakers) may be demonstrated through language proficiency test scores.
You will qualify for an English proficiency waiver if you:
- are a native English speaker OR
- have been instructed exclusively in English for a minimum of 6 years OR
- have scored 600 or higher on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section OR
- have scored 9 or higher on the ACT Writing section
English Language proficiency tests accepted by Constructor University and the minimum scores/grades:
GCSE (British General Certificate of Secondary Education)
A or B
Cambridge EFL Examinations - Certificate of Proficiency in English
A,B,C and C1 pass
Cambridge EFL Examinations - Certificate in Advanced English
A,B and C
Cambridge EFL Examinations - First Certificate in English (extended certification)
International Baccalaureate English A Literature & English A Language and Literature
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (New SAT)
Please upload the proof of English proficiency as a PDF document. Please note that screenshots are not accepted.
At Constructor University, we believe in getting to know our applicants on a more personal level through a comprehensive essay. The essay should delve into your interests and motivation for choosing our university program. You can showcase your passions, highlight their alignment with our academic offerings, and demonstrate how you will contribute to the vibrant campus community at Constructor University.
For the Fall 2023 intake, Constructor University does not require SAT/ACT scores for admission evaluation. Applicants have the choice to submit their application without a standardized test.
However, if admitted, enrollment may require standardized testing if the high school diploma does not grant direct admission to a German university. Applications without standardized test scores will be assessed based on the personal essay, academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and overall presentation throughout the application process.
If conditional admission is granted, it is recommended to take the SAT/ACT before arrival, although on-campus testing options and complementary test preparation may be available for those who choose to take it later.
Students who have sat for SAT/ACT should submit their test as a PDF. Screenshots are not accepted.
A recommendation letter is optional/upon request. This should ideally come from a school official, such as a teacher, career/guidance counselor, head of school or principal.
If you are in a possession of a recommendation letter and you would like to submit it, please upload it as part of your application. If you are not in a possession of a recommendation letter, make sure to include the name of your counselor in the designated area on the application portal.