a) the first qualifying psychology degree with a minimum of 3 years of compulsory period of study and a minimum of 180 credits,
b) bachelor's degrees in a subdivision of psychology with a standard period of study of at least three years (at least 180 credits) only meet the admission requirements if the examinations in methodology, statistics, psychological diagnostics, all classical basic subjects of psychology (general psychology, biological psychology, developmental psychology, personality psychology, social psychology), in clinical psychology and at least two other application fields of psychology (eg, work and organizational psychology and educational psychology) can be demonstrated, ... "
Applicants must demonstrate that all requirement for the first degree are met at adequate level before enrollment. For intra-university applicants, the forementioned form allows the enrollment when the grades of the thesis are not yet available but both evaluators confirm that work is checked and is adequate to pass. When external applicants can submit equivalent certificates, they will also be allowed to enroll.