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Room of Silence

Temporarily Closed

Unfortunately, the Room of Silence cannot be opened in the current situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Given the room conditions, we cannot ensure an adequate hygiene concept. Therefore, the room will have to remain closed until further notice. We will inform you about the re-opening of the room on this website.

Thank you for your understanding.

In 2012, a Room of Silence was established for all members and guests of the University of Bremen. It serves as a space of peace, meditation, and prayer and invites you to take a moment for yourself. The Room of Silence is open to everyone who wishes to use it in this sense – regardless of their worldview and religious affiliation. The users are united by a respectful and tolerant way of dealing with one another. The former Vice President Interculturality and Internationality, Yasemin Karakaşoğlu, emphasized in her opening speech:


 "The Room of Silence is for all those who wish to withdraw from the often hectic everyday life at the university. [...] The concept [...] is a recognition of diversity lived on campus."

The Room of Silence is located in room B1800 of the GW2 Building, and is open from Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.


Reservations for the use of the room by groups are coordinated by the Diversity Management.

For group allocation, please contact Nele Kuhn.




Nele Kuhn

Diversity Management Consultant

Building: SFG
Room: 0350

Phone: 0421 / 218-60302