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The vice president of the University of Applied Sciences Conference explains how to increase chances when applying to universities of applied sciences. With limited study places and high demand, it is essential for applicants to prepare well for the admissions process.

Andreas Breinbauer advises future applicants to conduct thorough research on the courses offered in order to find the right course of study that aligns with their interests and career goals. It’s important to be able to articulate why you want to study a particular subject and work in that area, demonstrating your motivation and passion. Additionally, understanding the admission formalities and process, attending open days and information events can help make a good impression on the admissions committee.

The vice president also emphasizes the importance of extracurricular activities and contributions in standing out as an applicant. Having a strong CV with extra curricular involvement and volunteer work can demonstrate competencies like communication skills and social intelligence, which are increasingly valued by the labor market.

Furthermore, being punctual and making a good impression at information events can also help applicants stand out to the admissions committee. The vice president advises applicants to take the time to ask targeted, competent questions and always be on time.

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