Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Study Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Autonomous driving, IT security, fraud detection, gaming, speech recognition and assistance services: many areas benefit from Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. The Bachelor's in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science will prepare you for the future!

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What is the Artificial Intelligence and Data Science programme about?

AI and Data Science is an interdisciplinary degree combining the major subfields of computer science and mathematics.

The programme covers the following areas:

  • Fundamentals: mathematics, fundamentals of AI and computer science, IT law and ethics, scientific writing.
  • Statistics: probability theory, linear and non-linear methods, multivariate statistics
  • AI and Data Science: neural networks, machine learning, AI for computer games, image and speech recognition, data mining
  • Computer Science: programming, databases, media and computing, algorithms, networks, IT security, cloud computing.

Strengths of the degree programme

On an equal footing

Whether in exciting research projects or joint discussions - at the OTH students and professors work together as equals, thanks to small semester groups and an above-average number of lecturers.

Close to industry

Are you looking for a practice-oriented course where you start establishing contacts during your studies? Our professors are well-connected in industry and know what companies are looking for in their employees. During the practical semester, students can gain their own practical experience and make new contacts.

Learning in the lab

In 21 laboratories and seven CIP pools with the latest software and hardware, students can apply their theoretical knowledge in projects, internships and their final theses. Our well-equipped laboratories and facilities have everything you need.

PhD? Works for us too!

Fancy an academic career? The Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics offers ambitious Master's graduates the opportunity to complete their doctorate with us.

Career opportunities

Top career prospects

Do you want to jump straight into professional life, do a Master's degree first or even aim for a doctorate?

Information on the various options is summarised here:

Start your career

The careeropportunities for AI and Data Science graduates are currently very good and will remain so for the foreseeable future.

The Bachelor's programme opens the door to professions with a future, including in the following fields:

  • Autonomous Driving
  • Smart Home, Ambient and Assisted Living
  • Speech recognition and assistance services
  • Medical technology
  • Image processing, gaming, virtual reality
  • Personalisation of internet content
  • IT security and fraud detection
  • Data mining and big data analysis

Employment can be found with a wide range of companies, from start-ups to big players. It is difficult to imagine a more in-demand skill at present and we are sure that this trend has only just begun.

Postgraduate master's programme

Instead of immediately starting their careers, graduates may choose to pursue a master's degree.

Continue your studies with us in the Master of Computer Science (MIN) or Master of Mathematics (MMA).

The consecutive Master's in Computer Science (MIN) offers 5 specialisations:

  • Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (to be introduced no later than summer semester 2024).
  • Medical Information Technology
  • Software Engineering 
  • Technical Computer Science 
  • Business Information Technology

You can choose to further expand your knowledge in the specialisation chosen in your bachelor's degree, or broaden your skills by choosing an alternative specialisation.

In addition, students in each specialisation with a particular interest in research may choose the research study option. If you choose this, you will complete two research papers, details are regulated by §4 SPO MIN from 22.11.2021, which can be found in the download area.

The Master's in Mathematics offers 2 specialisations:

  • Technology and IT
  • Insurance and Financial Mathematics (Actuarial Science).

Cooperative or joint doctorate

Outstanding Master's graduates who wish to pursue an academic career have the opportunity to complete a doctorate, supervised by professors from the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, either cooperatively or as part of a group. Further information on the topic of doctoralstudies can be found on the OTH Regensburg website.

Structure and modules

How is the degree programme structured?

 

The Bachelor's in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science is designed as a full-time course lasting seven semesters. It consists of six theoretical semesters and one practical semester. There is also a dual-study option in cooperation with a company.

  • The link to the curriculum can be found in the download area.


  • The Module Handbook describes all modules (subjects) in detail, including the following information:

    • Content
    • Study objectives: divided into subject-specific skills and personal skills
    • Form of teaching
    • Semester the module is assigned to
    • Teaching hours in hours per week (SWS)
    • Teaching language

    The link to the Module Handbook can be found in the download area. Further information can be found in the Study and Examination Regulations in the download area.


  • The first stage of study lays the foundations of mathematics, programming and the fundamentals of computer science.

    From the start of the course, modules that address AI-specific topics are also included:

    • Fundamentals of Applied AI
    • Linear Methods of AI
    • AI Programming

    Core Business Processes in Companies and a Mandatory General Studies Elective (AW Module) complete the curriculum. A wide range of AW modules are offered, including: Foreign languages, international programmes, modules in social and methodological skills, technology and natural sciences. The link to the Module Handbook can be found in the download area.


  • The third and fourth semesters focus on practice-oriented skills, which are then put into practice during an industrial placement in semester 5 - the practical study semester. This includes the following modules: Databases, Networking and Algorithms and Data Structures.

    In-depth AI and Data Science modules offered specifically during the 2nd study stage are:

    • Statistics and Probability Theory
    • Non-linear Methods of AI
    • Neural Networks
    • Optimization: optimal solution methods, linear modelling
    • Machine Learning Modules in Ethics and IT Law illuminate the topic of AI from a different perspective and are intended to support students in their self-reflection on the subject.
    • The Media and Computing and Scientific Writing modules as well as a second General Studies Elective Module complete the curriculum in the second stage of studies.

    Semester 5: the practical semester

    The practical semester comprises 18 weeks of practical work in a company. It offers students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in a well-known company or an exciting start-up, in Germany or abroad. The internship is usually completed in your 5th semester and offers the chance to gain your first professional experience and make valuable contacts for your future career. The link to the Module Handbook can be found in the download area.


  • You will take six advanced modules in the fields of artificial intelligence, data science and computer science and complete an "AI Project". In addition, you have the opportunity to specialise according to your interests by choosing two further Mandatory Subject-specific Elective Modules from the faculty's semester-specific elective module catalogue. You will complete your Bachelor Thesis in semester 7.

    The current advanced module catalogue:

    • Multivariate Statistics
    • Simulation and Modelling
    • Cloud Computing
    • Natural Language Processing
    • AI for Games
    • Advanced Machine Learning
    • Computer Vision
    • Advanced Data Science
    • Privacy and Technology Assessment

    Bachelor Thesis

    In your Bachelor Thesis you will independently apply the knowledge and skills acquired during your studies to a complex task. You will produce a written paper and prepare a presentation. Bachelor theses can be assigned as internal projects or may be completed in cooperation with a company. The link to the Module Handbook can be found download area.


Dual studies

Closer to industry - dual studies

The Bachelor's in AI and Data Science may also be completed as a dual-study programme, either as a degree combined with an apprenticeship or as a degree with intensive in-company training. This requires a contract between you and a company or institution contractually approved by the university. For certain modules, special requirements apply to dual-study students (see alternative module descriptions). Coordination between the university and the cooperating company is especially important in relation to internships and theses.

Questions about the dual programme?

General Student Advisory Service, Kathrin Köpf M.A.
Galgenbergstr. 30, D 109, 93053 Regensburg,
Germany Tel. +49 941 943-9711
studienberatung(at)oth-regensburg.de

Contacts for questions regarding dual studies within the faculty:

Further information can be found here: Dual and cooperative study programmes at OTH Regensburg.

Faculty strengths

An excellent reputation

The Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics is a faculty of science and technology that has been in existence for almost 50 years. Therefore, the faculty strives equally to provide a solid grounding in fundamental principles for its students and to remain in touch with current developments in science, business and society. With about 1,900 students, the faculty is the largest computer science department at a University of Applied Sciences in Bavaria. Our computer science and mathematics graduates have an excellent reputation and are highly sought-after employees. Since 2014, all our computer science degree programmes have regularly achieved top placements in the CHE ranking and we are one of the leading computer science departments nationwide.

A broad range of practice-oriented degrees

Computer science

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • Computer Science (B. Sc.)
  • Medical Information Technology (B. Sc.)
  • Technical Computer Science (B. Sc.)
  • Business Information Technology (B. Sc.)
  • Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (B. Sc.)

Master's programmes

  • Master of Computer Science (M. Sc.) with specialisations in: Medical Information Technology, Software Engineering, Technical Computer Science, Business Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (in planning)
  • Master of Information Technology (M. Eng.), part-time Master

Mathematics

  • Bachelor's in Mathematics (B. Sc.) with specialisations in: Technology and IT, Insurance and Financial Mathematics
  • Master's in Mathematics (M.Sc.)

Professors with strong research skills

All our professors are experts in future-oriented specialisations in addition to the traditional fundamentals of computer science and mathematics. Accordingly, they teach and conduct research in our 21 modern specialised laboratories and participate in cross-faculty research clusters as well as in the research-oriented cross-university "Regensburg Centers". As a student, you have the opportunity to work on future-oriented research topics through project work and you final thesis. In the Master's in Computer Science, students interested in research can choose the "research study option". Suitably qualified candidates may also complete a doctorate. Our professors supervise doctoral students in all fields of application.

Use and evaluation of modern teaching and learning methods

Digitalisation is becoming increasingly important for both studying and teaching. The faculty is working to integrate virtual and hybrid teaching concepts into our programme and building on positive experiences from during the Corona pandemic. However, we also pursue other innovative teaching concepts to help students acquire new skills. For example, the OTH Regensburg Award for Innovation and Quality in Teaching has been awarded twice (2020 and 2022) to lecturers in the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics.

Up-to-date teaching and active cooperation with top regional companies

The current far-reaching developments in computer science and the push for digitalisation throughout business and society have led to a large number of collaborations between the faculty and the regional business community. Current ideas from professional practice are assessed for their sustainability and, if they are considered to be forward-looking, are incorporated into existing programmes or inspire new courses, one example being the Artificial Intelligence and Data Science degree. These networks benefit our students in a variety of ways. They are highly sought-after as interns at companies in the region and these connections also result in a large number of external bachelor's and master's theses, which are written in cooperation with businesses on current practice-relevant topics.

Studies and organisational matters

So that everything runs smoothly

Answers to further questions about studying at the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics can be found here.

  • The Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics has its own modern faculty building on the main campus of the OTH Regensburg with:

    • modern, well-equipped lecture halls
    • 21 teaching and project laboratories
    • seven computer rooms
    • spacious communication zones and learning islands

    Our address:
    Galgenbergstraße 32
    K-Building
    93053 Regensburg

    Building plan: The building plan can be found in the download area. 


  • Accreditation

    The Bachelor in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science began in the winter semester 2020/2021 and the initial accreditation process took place in July 2022. The Accreditation Commission's decision is expected in the winter semester 2022/2023.

    Top marks in the CHE ranking - study at one of the leading computer science departments in the German-speaking world

    Since 2014, the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics has regularly achieved top positions in the CHE ranking for all computer science courses and is one of the leading computer science departments nationwide in all assessment categories.

    Assessment categories

    • General study conditions
    • Support at the start of the degree
    • Contact with professional practice
    • Support from lecturers
    • Support for study abroad

  • Whether to study, complete an internship or write your thesis - spend a semester abroad! The programme offers many opportunities to spend time abroad, especially from the 5th semester onwards. We have a large network of partner universities around the world - double degrees are also possible!

    You can also attend English-language lectures by lecturers from all over the world, allowing you to experience "internationalisation at home" and acquire relevant international skills.

    Comprehensive information on the topic of studying abroad can be found on the webpages of the OTH Regensburg's InternationalOffice, including:

    • A list of the OTH Regensburg's partner universities
    • Field reports on studying abroad

    Our colleagues at the International Office will be happy to answer any further questions. For degree-specific questions, please contact the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics' International Officer, Prof. Dr. Markus Westner.


  • The Study and Examination Regulations (SPO), curriculum and Exam Handbook are documents that contain the regulations governing studying and examinations. You can find them in the download area.


Application info

1. As your first step, please register at hochschulstart.de .

Our checklist summarizes all the important information for you.

2. After registering at “Hochschulstart”, please apply in the OTH Regensburg application portal.

3. The application process is entirely online. Complete the online application and upload all required application documents. This includes as a minimum your university entrance qualification. If further documents are necessary, they will be requested in the application portal.

4. Make sure you regularly check your status in both application portals. In the OTH Regensburg application portal, you can also see whether any documents are still missing. You can upload missing documents before the deadline for late submission of certificates. If you upload the required documents, your status will change.

5. You will automatically receive email notifications via the OTH Regensburg application portal as well as via “Hochschulstart” when your application status changes.

6. If all application documents have been received within the application deadline and are valid, you will then be included in the allocation procedure for a place of study. Please note that the application deadline is a cut-off deadline. This means that you will not be able to submit an application after the deadline and thus will not be considered in the current application process.

7. After your application has been processed, you will receive an e-mail with further information from the Admissions and Organisation Department of the OTH Regensburg as confirmation of receipt.

8. So what comes next? You can find all the information you need in the section under Admissions and Enrolment. 

Start your application now:

1. Step. Hochschulstart 2. Step: application portal

For winter semesters:

Application period for first semesters: 1 May - 15 July. Deadline for late submission of certificates: 27 July.

Application period for higher semesters: 1 May - 15 June (no late submissions)

For summer semesters:

(no start of studies, therefore an application is only possible for a higher semester. This requires creditable achievements from a relevant programme of study).

Application period for higher semesters: 15 November - 15 January (no late submissions)

1. Please register in the OTH Regensburg application portal.

2. The application process is entirely online. Please complete the online application and upload all required application documents. Important components of the application are your university entrance qualification, your current transcript of grades from your previous studies and the application for credit transfer. If further documents are required, they will be requested in the application portal.

3. Make sure you regularly check your status in the application portal. Here you can also see whether any documents are still missing. These documents must be submitted by the end of the deadline. Please note that it only makes sense to apply for a higher semester if you have already obtained credits in the same or a closely related degree programme. If this is not the case or if you are in doubt about receiving credit, please apply (additionally) for a first semester.

4. After your application has been processed, you will receive an e-mail with further information from the Admissions and Organisation Department of the OTH Regensburg as confirmation of receipt.

 

5. If all application documents have been received within the application deadline and are valid, you will receive an e-mail with further information after the examination committee has checked the documents. Please note that it is no longer possible to apply after the application deadline. 

6. The examination committee decides on the crediting of academic achievements and whether a placement in a higher semester is possible. This placement is based on the creditable achievements and not on the semesters completed. Please note that there may also be admission restrictions in the admission procedure for higher semesters. 

7. So what comes next? You can find all the information you need in the section under "Admissions and enrolment".

 

For their application at the OTH Regensburg, international applicants need

  • a university entrance qualification
  • an adequate knowledge of German

 

UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE QUALIFICATION

For an application for a Bachelor’s degree programme at the OTH Regensburg (university of applied sciences) international certificates, transcripts of your educational records and diplomas must first be recognized by uni-assist. Please request a so-called “preliminary review documentation” (in German abbr. VPD). (Exceptions are applications from the PR China and Vietnam. The recognition lies in the responsibility of the particular Academic Evaluation Center. However, if the APS certificate does not show a grade, a VPD is also required. Applicants from India need in addition to the VPD from uni-assist a certificate of the Academic Evaluation Center of India.)

 

GERMAN LANGUAGE SKILLS

German language skills on level DSH 1 are required. You have to upload your German language certificate either when applying or when enrolling via the online portal.

These certificates are recognized as an alternative to the DSH 1 certificate:

  • TestDaF: TDN 3 in all sections of the exam
  • Studienkolleg: Feststellungsprüfung „Deutsch“
  • DSD: Level II with B2 in all sections of the exam
  • Goethe: C1
  • telc: telc Deutsch C1, telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule
  • ÖSD: C1

Please read all texts and, if available, linked documents directly under Application Info!

 

You can find more information for prospective international students on the web pages of the International Office.

For prospective students with a master craftsman's certificate

With a master craftsman's certificate or an equivalent equivalent qualification, you can apply without restriction and have no subject restrictions, as you have a general university entrance qualification. In the application portal, you will be asked for your higher education entrance qualification. Please enter "Beruflich Qualifizierte Meister" (vocationally qualified master craftsman).

When applying, in addition to your complete certificate including grade point average, you must also submit documentary proof of an interview with the departmental advisor for course guidance. Please make an appointment as early as possible. The name and contact details can be found in the "contact" section of each degree programme. Your course guidance advisor will also provide you with documentary proof that the interview took place. Documentary records of academic counselling from other universities in Bavaria are recognised for the same or similar degree programmes and must also be uploaded in the application portal. Other documents specific to your chosen study programme can be found in the application portal.

In admission-restricted (NC) degree programmes, you automatically take part in the regional selection procedure according to Art. 45 Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG) and within the 4% quota for professionally qualified persons.

Attending a preparatory course (including mathematics) is particularly useful for taking up a technical or engineering degree programme. The OTH Regensburg offers suitable preparatory courses for those with vocational qualifications.

If you would like to study part-time - i.e. parallel to your job - rather than full-time, we recommend that you visit the pages of the Centre for Continuing Education and Knowledge Management (ZWW).

For prospective students with a vocational qualification certificate

If you have completed vocational training, it is possible to apply for a place at university with a specific subject in mind. Your vocational training and the degree programme you wish to pursue must have a subject-related connection. In the application portal, you will be asked for your higher education entrance qualification. Please enter "Beruflich Qualifizierte Gesellen" (vocationally qualified journeymen).

Please upload the following documents with your application:

1. Certificate of completion of vocational training including grade point average

2. Certificate of completion from a vocational school

3. Proof of subsequent full-time employment of at least three years relevant to the vocational training.

4. Other documents specific to your chosen study programme can be found in the application portal.

5. Documentary record of an interview with the departmental advisor for course guidance. Please make an appointment as early as possible. The name and contact details can be found in the "contact" section of each degree programme. Your course guidance advisor will also provide you with confirmation that the interview took place. Documentary records of academic counselling from other universities in Bavaria are recognised for the same or similar degree programmes and must also be uploaded in the application portal.

For full admission, applicants are still required to complete a two-semester probationary period, i.e. admission is tentative and subject to certain conditions. 

In admission-restricted (NC) degree programmes, you automatically take part in the regional selection procedure according to Art. 45 Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG) and within the 4% quota for professionally qualified persons.

Attending a preparatory course (including mathematics) is particularly useful for taking up a technical or engineering degree programme. The OTH Regensburg offers suitable preparatory courses for those with vocational qualifications.

If you would like to study part-time - i.e. parallel to your job - rather than full-time, we recommend that you visit the pages of the Centre for Continuing Education and Knowledge Management (ZWW).

Applications for hardship, compensation for disadvantages and persons of public interest

In admission-restricted degree programmes, it is possible to submit special applications (see info sheet).

  1. Hardship cases

If a hardship case exists, admission may be granted outside the allocation procedure within a certain quota. Strict standards are to be applied when interpreting a case of hardship. The guidelines of the central allocation procedure are also applied to the local allocation procedure. In order to apply, there must be serious health, social or family reasons which make non-admission appear unreasonable. You must provide evidence of these reasons. In the case of illness, a specialist medical assessment is necessary.
If you have a disability or a chronic illness, you can find more informationhere.

  2. Compensation for disadvantages - raising your grade point average

If you were prevented from achieving your actual performance when acquiring your higher education entrance qualification for social, family or illness-related reasons, you can apply for an improvement of your grade point average.

 You must submit the following documents to prove that your performance was impaired:

  • annual report card
  • school report (evaluation of your school performance before and after the occurrence of the adverse circumstances)

There must be a proven connection between the grade point average achieved and the performance impairment.

 

3. Individuals to be supported in the public interest

For top athletes and participants in a federal competition with distinction, a so-called "opportunity quota" of 2% is formed, which is applied in addition to the regular main quota. 

The prerequisite is that you belonged to an A, B or C squad of the federal sports associations for an uninterrupted period of at least one year during the last three years before acquiring your higher education entrance qualification or that you participated in a federal competition with distinction. The following supporting documents can be submitted for this purpose:

  • certificate of the German national sports association
  • certificate of the German national competition initiator
  • justification of the necessity of the training on site
  • identification of the school or youth competition and the sponsorship of the Federal or State Ministry

 

If you will have already completed a degree programme in Germany by the end of the application period, an application for a degree programme with restricted admission is only possible when applying for a second degree. This means that you will take part in the local selection procedure within the 2% quota. 

To apply, you need to upload the following supporting documents:

1. final certificate of your first degree

2. letter of justification for requesting a second course of study. These can only be compelling professional reasons, academic reasons, special professional reasons or other professional reasons. 

3. university entrance qualification 

4. other documents specific to the course of study, which can be found in the application portal

Selection is based on a benchmark number formed by your final grade from your undergraduate degree and the reasons for your desired second degree:

  • Final grade excellent and very good 4 points
  • Final grade good and fully satisfactory 3 points
  • Final grade satisfactory 2 points
  • Final grade sufficient 1 point
  • Final grade not verified 1 point.
  • Compelling professional reasons 9 points
  • Scientific or academic reasons 7 to 11 points
  • Special professional reasons 7 points
  • Other professional reasons 4 points
  • No letter of justification given 1 point

When applying for a program without restricted admission, it is not necessary to submit a letter of justification.

What is the procedure for the allocation of study places?

First, we have to wait for the end of the application period. After the application deadline has passed and the additional submission deadline for delayed certificates of study has expired, we release the "valid" applications for the coordination and allocation procedure.

The Foundation for University Admission (hochschulstart.de) coordinates the allocation of places of study and sends out the admission and rejection notifications by e-mail starting at the end of July until the end of August for a winter semester and from the end of January until the end of February for a summer semester.

If you receive an offer of admission, you must accept it on “hochschulstart.de” within the specified deadline. Please note: Some coordination procedures may result in Hochschulstart automatically accepting the offer of a place of study for you. In this case, your status in the OTH portal will switch to "Zugelassen" ("admitted"). In this case, you can enrol online directly in our application portal. Free places in DoSV degree programmes are distributed by the Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung (Foundation for University Admission) until all places have been allocated. A lottery procedure is not carried out at Bavarian universities.

Information on restricted admission (NC) can be found in the following overview.

It is impossible for us to predict whether you will be offered a place in one of the subsequent clearing procedures, as we cannot anticipate the behaviour of other applicants. We kindly ask you to refrain from such enquiries!

If the deadline for acceptance or enrolment is not observed, the application will be excluded from any further procedure or enrolment. It is therefore essential that you adhere to the deadline! If you are unable/willing to take up your place of study due to the fulfilment of a service or for personal reasons, we do not need to be informed of this!

Would you like to know how places are allocated? Here you will find more information on the allocation of study places with restricted admission (NC).

How can I enrol?

As soon as you have received an offer of admission, you can enrol online, making sure you do so before the deadline. You will be informed of the enrolment deadline and any further procedure in the “Antrag auf Immatrikulation” (application for enrolment), which you can download as a PDF once you have accepted the place of study online BOTH on hochschulstart.de and on HISinOne. Please note: Some coordination procedures may result in Hochschulstart automatically accepting your place of study for you. If this is the case, your application status will switch to “Zugelassen "(“Admitted"). In this case, please only accept your place of study in our application portal HISinOne.
The enrolment for a winter semester generally takes place in August or for a summer semester in February.

Documents

The following documents must normally be uploaded for online enrolment at the university:

  • “Antrag auf Immatrikulation” (Application for enrolment) along with other documents required, depending on the individual case. You will receive this after accepting the place of study online in the OTH Regensburg application portal.
  • Signed “Einwilligungserklärung zum Datenschutz” (declaration of consent regarding data protection). You will receive this together with the application for enrolment.
  • Copy of valid identity card/passport
  • Digital notification of health insurance, see the following notes "I would like to enrol. What do I have to do?"

Semester fee

You will receive the transfer details for the semester fee with your application for enrolment.

I want to enrol as a student and have to provide proof of health insurance. What do I need to do?

  • Please contact your health insurance company and inform them that you would like to enrol at Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Regensburg. That is all that you will need to do. Your health insurance company will then send us a digital notification which we will then confirm and return digitally. Please note that we cannot accept any insurance membership certificates in paper form. Our institution number is H0000048.


  • Please contact any statutory health insurance company in Germany with your insurance documents. Please inform the health insurance company that you would like to enrol at Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Regensburg and remain privately insured. That is all that you will need to do. The health insurance company will then send us a digital notification of your exemption from compulsory insurance. Please note that we cannot accept an insurance membership certificate from your private health insurance. Our institution number is H0000048.


  • Please contact any statutory health insurance company in Germany with your insurance documents and inform them that you would like to enrol at Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Regensburg. That is all that you will need to do. The health insurance company will then send us a digital notification. Please note that we cannot accept any insurance membership certificates in paper form. Our institution number is H0000048.