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University of Basel

Late applications for bachelor's studies with Swiss educational qualifications

The application deadline for the spring semester 2019 elapsed on 30 November 2018. Late applications for bachelor's degree programs without admission restrictions are possible, on written request, until 5 January 2019, if the online application with all the required documents has been submitted by the deadline. If admission is dependent on further  conditions, late applications are not possible. In addition to the normal application fee of CHF 100, an additional fee of CHF 150 is payable for late applications. Submission of a late application does not entitle the applicant to admission.

You can submit the necessary request by going to www.unibas.ch/studseksupport.

The request must include the following information:

  • Details on the Matura certificate or other certificate used as the basis for the admission
  • Exact details on the desired bachelor's program
  • Information on previous studies at universities and higher education institutions
  • Copy of official identification (passport or ID card)
  • Brief explanation for the late application

Please note the following items:

  1. Degree programs
    You should know which program and, in the case of a degree in the Faculty of Humanities, which subjects you want to apply for. The bachelor's studies information sheet: degree programs offered by the various faculties is provided for this purpose. You can also find information by visiting degree programs or the websites of the specific faculties. Most bachelor's degree programs can only be started in the fall semester.
  2. Admission requirements
    With a Swiss Matura certificate or a federally recognized cantonal Gymnasium Matura certificate, you are eligible for admission to all bachelor's degree programs at the University of Basel.
    If you are unsure whether your prior education qualifications make you eligible for the desired bachelor's program at the University of Basel, please refer to the admission regulations of the University of Basel.
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