Congratulations! You are one step closer to starting your EIT InnoEnergy journey.
Once you have been accepted into your chosen programme, you will need to:
Reply to the offer within a week of receiving your letter and pay the registration fee.
Join the EIT InnoEnergy CommUnity (students who have accepted an offer for intake 2022 and paid the registration fee will be granted access to the platform) and join the group "Applicants Intake 2022" for information about upcoming events, forums, city guides and more
Send officially certified copies of the required documents.
Ensure you sign the Student Agreement and make the necessary participation fee payments before starting the programme.
If you have applied for more than one Master's programme, you may get two study offers by email. Please confirm in the application portal whether you would like to accept your offer or not.
You will also need to pay a registration fee of €250 within two weeks of receiving your acceptance letter. This confirms your place on the programme. The fee is non-refundable. Your acceptance letter will contain details of how to make this payment.
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How do I pay the registration fee?
If you are admitted to an InnoEnergy MSc programme, you need to pay a non-refundable registration fee of €250 to reserve your seat. The registration fee is due for scholarship holders and paying students once* per intake and is not part of the participation fees** of the InnoEnergy MSc programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org).
When making the payment of your registration fee, please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.
When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.
If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact email@example.com
* For example, if a student is admitted to programme A, and pays the fee, and later on is admitted for programme B, and prefers to study in programme B, then we will transfer the already paid registration fee from programme A to progamme B and the student does not need to pay it twice.
** This means that if you are a paying student and have paid the registration fee, you will receive a separate invoice for the payment of the full amount of the participation fee for the InnoEnergy MSc programme.
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Send officially certified copies of all the required documents
Once accepted on one of our Master’s programmes, you will need to send, by post, certified copies of
Your Bachelor’s degree certificate (and Master's if applicable)
Your final Bachelor's degree transcript of records (and Master's if applicable)
We will need certified copies of these documents in the original language and, where necessary, an English translation. If documents are issued in English by the university, these documents are sufficient. Please keep your original degree documents and do not send them to the InnoEnergy Admissions Office.
Please include a note with your application number.
Info: Even when the tracking of your shipment says “delivered”, it might take some time until the documents reach our desks. We will send you a notification when we have checked your documents.
The set of documents you send to the Admissions Office cannot be returned. Year 1 and Year 2 Universities will inform you about the necessary documents for the enrolment.
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All documents must be sent by post to:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
International Students Office
InnoEnergy - Admissions Office
Geb. 50.20, Raum 106
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IMPORTANT: validating your documents
A certified copy is a photocopy of your original document that has been stamped and signed to confirm that it is atrue copy of the original document. We accept certified copies that have been stamped and signed by the degree administration office or equivalent department at the issuing institution, or by a Notary Public. We do not accept statements made by professors or the heads of departments.
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Only translations by a licenced translator who is authorised to attest that the translation is the legal equivalent of the original text are accepted. The stamp and signature must be original and clearly visible.
The deadline for submitting the certified copies and the official translations will be in your acceptance letter.
If you graduated in Australia, Cameroon, Canada, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, New Zealand, Nigeria or USA: We can only accept an official transcript of records sent by post in a sealed envelope directly from the issuing university. In this case, a copy of the degree certificate is not needed.
If you graduated in Italy: A laurea transcript with final grade (out of 110) and an original Marca da Bollo is required.
If you graduated in Pakistan: you will need to send by post hard copies of your degree certificate and your final transcript. Both documents need to be certified by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in Pakistan. Each page of your transcript of records, as well as your degree certificate has to be stamped and signed by the HEC. All documents need to reach the KIC InnoEnergy Admissions Office at the same time. Your admission will remain conditional until the paper copy of the HEC attestation, with original stamp and signature has arrived. Please note: We only accept documents attested after 1 March 2009.
If you graduated in China: Students with Chinese nationality who would like to complete part of their studies in the Netherlands need a Nuffic certificate in order to complete their admission and obtain a visa. The Nuffic certificate can only be used for your residence permit application in the Netherlands and is made digitally available to the Dutch higher education institution you selected.
The institute will forward the certificate to the Dutch immigration authorities for your entry visa application. Please start preparing your application for a Nuffic certificate at the same time as you start your application for one of our programmes. Once you have secured your Nuffic certificate, please send it to the Dutch university where you will be studying.
Students with Chinese nationality who would like to complete part of their studies in Germany or Belgium will also need to send an original APS certificate. Please send the original APS to your chosen university in Germany by post.
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The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an EIT InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).
This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organisation in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.
The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. For students starting in September/October 2022, the agreement will be sent in June 2022.
Participation fees & monthly payments
Once you have accepted your offer and paid your registration fee, you will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who benefit from an Academic Excellence Scholarship including monthly allowance, the scholarship will be initiated once the student agreement has signed, you have physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.
First year universities
Please check information from your first year university including starting dates and university contacts here.