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BSW Münster BSW Münster

Information about application documents

Dieses Funktion steht mobil leider nicht zur Verfügung.

In the BSW applications can only be made via our online form!
In exceptional cases (e.g. Problems with the online application) the application can alternatively be send to us by mail oder email. If this is the case, you can contact us.

Our application documents consist of:

  • Application form
  • Cover letter to the resident community (letter of motivation)
  • Tabular CV
  • References (optional)
  • Current certificate of enrolment

Please fill out the application form in a clearly legible manner and do not leave any parts out. The application form allows the selection committees at the individual student residences to gain an overview of the applicant. In addition, your contact details will be taken from your application form in order to pass on further notifications and correspondence.

The cover letter to the community at your preferred residence is a chance for you to express your motivation for applying for a place/room at a student residence. Your letter of motivation should also highlight how you intend to integrate into the resident community and how you envisage yourself supporting the community of other residents on a voluntary basis.

The CV you submit must be complete and clearly comprehensible.

Although references are an optional part of our application process, informative references are very helpful for the selection committee when they come to make their choices.
It has become evident that honest references from friends, good acquaintances or people close to you are often more helpful than employer references or internship certificates. However, we leave the decision of selecting references to submit to the applicant themselves.

Not all students are able to provide a current certificate of enrolment when they make their application. But this isn’t something to worry about. As long as you submit a certificate of enrolment before you sign the contract, that should be fine.