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During the application process on "uni-assist" site, there was a phrase:

The signed application and all required paper documents must reach uni-assist by the end of the application deadline. Write the name of the university you are applying for in the top line and below the address:

uni-assist e.V.
11507 Berlin
GERMANY

So, does that mean that they literally want me to do something like this?

TUM
uni-assist e.V.
11507 Berlin
GERMANY
TUM

P.S. I asked uni-assist too, but their response time is 2-3 days.

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    It is a strange requirement, but I think that your interpretation is correct.
    – JavaLatte
    Feb 8, 2018 at 1:46
  • What is the answer from uni-assist ? Sep 29, 2018 at 12:30

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No. You should write the name of the university above the address provided, not below it. A clearer rewrite of the requirement would be:

Write the name of the university you are applying for on the top line and below it write the following address:

The address will allow the post office to direct the letter correctly, and the top line will tell uni-assist which university you are interested in. The university name is an internal mailbox at this address, in other words.

Write the following:

TUM
uni-assist e.V.
11507 Berlin
GERMANY
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At the end, the mail was delivered with the following data on it

TUM
uni-assist e.V.
11507 Berlin
GERMANY
TUM

I still don't know whether it's the correct way or not, but it got things delivered in the right place.

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