You will receive a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science.
We will start the onboarding over the summer. You could already start participating in our open challenges if you like. Additionally, we will get back to you shortly requesting your documents in paper form to officially enroll you as a German student.
When Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences* is fully-accredited, you'll be able to apply for a visa through your embassy.
The admissions team will work with you to determine the best next steps, on a case-by-case basis. For example, if you simply lack the professional work or education experience required for acceptance, we can work with you to help you apply for a future cohort or a different program.
The admissions interview is a 30-minute online interview with the Program Director of the BA program. In the interview, we assess your motivations for the program and also confirm your English language abilities.
After the successful admissions interview, you will receive notification of your acceptance into the program and be provided with a legally binding tuition contract between you and Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences*. Once you have signed this contract and paid the minimum tuition deposit, you have committed to the program.
An eligibility check is a simple web form in which you submit your contact information, along with details about your work and educational experience. Our admission team will review this information and get back to you. Alternatively, you can always schedule a meeting with someone from our admissions team to discuss your eligibility.
The admissions process requires the following steps:
1. Complete a few questions or speak with our admissions team
2. Then, we invite you to an admissions interview
3. If you pass the admissions interview, we ask you to provide the following documents:
- A recognized secondary school leaving certificate or high school diploma
- CV (Curriculum Vitae) and/or link to your LinkedIn profile
- Copy of passport or national ID to verify your identity
- Proof of English language proficiency (at least B2, e.g. certificate, native speaker)
There are different ways of financing your studies.
Most students use a mix of financing options ranging from student jobs and saving, to scholarships or governmental support. If you need further assistance, please contact our admission team.
Payments can be made via bank transfer to the IBAN listed on your invoice. For folks outside of the EU, we recommend looking at transfer services (for example, Wise.com) to make your tuition payments.
You can choose between the following payment options:
Full price upfront with a 5% reduction (€18.620)
Monthly payments (€550) x 36 months
Yearly payments (€6.600) x 3 years
Please find more information about scholarship opportunities here.
The full tuition is €19.800, you can choose between the following payment options:
Full price upfront with a 5% reduction (€18.810)
Seat confirmation (€3.000)
Scholarships and early application tuition reductions are also available.
Yes! We are happy to work with your employer to help finance this degree, in part or in full. Please reach out to our team so that we can arrange to speak with your manager.
Yes we do. Please talk to our admissions team about our Super-Early and Early-Bird tuition reduction which are available to all learners. We also offer the opportunity to refer a friend or signup with somebody from your network, in this case you'll each earn a €1.000 tuition tuition reduction.
No, but each applicant is eligible to apply for one scholarship. However, each applicant is also entitled to apply for an early application tuition reduction or receive an additional reduction by applying with a friend.
Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences* is currently in the process of accreditation. Don't worry! We are expecting to be fully-accredited well before your program starts.
The Bachelor Programs B.A. Responsible Entrepreneurship, B.A. Sustainable Product Management and B.Sc Artificial Intelligence & Sustainable Technologies are currently in the process of accreditation.
Subject matter experts are responsible for the creation of challenges. They are designed to simulate real-world business scenarios. Challenges will be accredited once the University is accredited.
Yes! While we are a fully-remote University, we believe building a strong network of personal and professional relationships is key to any learning experience.
-Our metaverse campus in Cosmos
-Technical app support
Learn more about our community here.
Every course with a group challenge, i.e. where it is solely about applying your knowledge and creating solutions, will not be based on grades, but only a “pass” and a “not yet passed” (all courses in the elevation phase). Courses in the orientation and in the calibration phase will be graded on a scale from 1 to 5. But we don’t want you to understand this as a judgment, but rather as a possibility and direction to improve. In general, we value feedback way higher than grades. We value room for improvement over putting students into fixed categories and comparing them to one another.
In Europe, the University regulation requires to put measures and resources in place to guarantee every student who starts can also finish their studies.
You'll work through the 4 phases of the program:
We judge your success based on the mastery of competencies rather than grades. As you work through the challenges we closely monitor your progress and determine successful completion of a challenge or phase.
There are no exams in a traditional sense. We will not have written exams or anything alike. Most of the assessment will be done by how well you master certain concepts, skills or simply how well you put things into practice. In the end no one can give better feedback than the market.
Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences* consists of a large network of industry experts and partners. We will work to help you either start your own venture or find a career opportunity.
The "normal" duration is three years, but there are ways to study slower (or faster). We can explain deeper during the onboarding process.
There were be a 25 person limit per intake.
ToU was founded by Christian Rebernik and Dr. Thomas Funke, both have extensive backgrounds and experience in the fields of sustainability, entrepreneurship, and technology.
The mentors, ambassadors, and academic staff are a group of carefully selected industry professionals with proven track records in the areas of sustainability, entrepreneurship, and technology. We believe in learning by doing, or challenge-based learning. These experts bring their real-world knowledge and expertise to the program and offer their insights as change makers themselves.