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Winter semester 2015/16: national proportion of numerus clausus subjects declines , Hamburg and Bremen with the most numerus clausus restrictions
Before attempting to embark on an undergraduate programme in winter semester 2015/16, many school-leavers who have just received their Abitur certificate will first have to clear the hurdle of numerus clausus (NC), or restricted entry. A current evaluation by the CHE Centre for Higher Education reveals major differences in numerus clausus restrictions between the various federal states. Compared to winter semester 2013/14, however, the proportion of numerus clausus subjects fell in Germany. more

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13.08.2015 | Comparing universities with universities of applied sciences
How have universities and universities of applied sciences in Germany developed in recent decades? A current fact sheet on this topic reveals the differences on the basis of statistical key figures. The publication is part of the extensive information portal available at www.fifth-projekt.de.more

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