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The development of SelfAsssessment international is financed by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) On its Internet site you can find information about studying and living in Germany.

SelfAssessment international is a service of TU9, an association of nine Technical Universities in Germany. At TU9 you can find out more about these universities.

More about the SelfAssessment-Projekt can be found here.

SelfAssessment international

A consultation service for interested international students

SelfAssessment international is a service for everyone who is interested in studying a technical subject in Germany. It is part of Student Services and supports young people in their decisions to study in Germany.

Self-Assessment means to evaluate oneself. As a result, SelfAssessment international offers interested international students worldwide the opportunity to find out about the requirements for undertaking technical studies at the TU9 Universities, as well as more about their own strengths and weaknesses in the context of such studies.

The current version contains various exercises to determine mathematical skills and logical problem-solving, but also questions about motivation for studying and willingness to perform. A short German test also offers a rough assessment of language competence. SelfAssessment international is available in German as well as in English. After registration you can choose which one you want to take part in.

Participation in SelfAssessment international is voluntary and cost-free. It takes about 90 to 120 minutes to complete the exercises, which represent what is required in order to begin these studies. Afterwards, each participant will receive feedback and an explanation of the results.

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