Digital Campus


A Portal of Networked Platform Services

The "Digital Campus" (DC) project has set itself the goal of linking existing digital offerings for information and recruitment as well as for linguistic, subject-related and cultural preparation of prospective international students in a web portal, making them visible in a uniform form and thus increasing the internationalization and attractiveness of Germany as a place to study.

Together with RWTH Aachen University, the DAAD, TH Lübeck, the Society for Academic Study Preparation and Test Development (g.a.s.t.), Kiron Open Higher Education and the Goethe-Institut are involved in the BMBF-funded project.

Together with our cooperation partners, we accompany prospective students throughout the entire student journey: from initial information about studying in Germany, through language and subject qualification and application, to enrollment at a German university. Users log on to the DC via Single Sign On and then navigate the portal without media discontinuity. With the help of the Learning Path Finder, which recommends suitable courses, for example, they can follow their individual learning path. In the integrated data wallet, they can electronically save certificates from home and newly acquired credentials. At the same time, users always have sovereignty over their data.

Due to the war in Ukraine, a beta version of the DC will go online ahead of schedule. Refugees from Ukraine are the focus of this first offering, which includes language and specialist courses that prepare them for university studies, as well as information on studying in Germany. In addition, legally compliant final exams are offered for numerous courses. RWTH Aachen University will provide offerings in the fields of mathematics, natural sciences, computer science and technology. The departments of business administration and theology also support the project. Bridging courses for entry into a degree program are another important component.


This is a service of the Media for Learning department. You can find more information here:

To Media for Learning – Digital Campus