More Than a Chronicle

One hand holds three magazines, on the cover you can read the word DARUM
The Yearbook of the University of Bremen will be published for the last time in 2021. In the year of the 50th anniversary of the University, it also functions as an anniversary publication.

Yearbook 2021: 50 Years of the University of Bremen

The yearbook has been part of the University of Bremen for over 20 years. The German-English publication always provided multifaceted insights into university life. It included, among other things, a chronicle, the latest statistics on the development of the university, and a feature section, as well as the names of all graduates from the previous year.

The latest edition was published in 2021. Marking the university’s 50th birthday, the anniversary yearbook was published in a small, pocket-sized format. It is available at www.uni-bremen.de/en/50years/publication.

Previous Yearbook Editions

Das Jahresthema „Und dann? Wege nach dem Studium“ ist auch online verfügbar.

Yearbook 2019/20: And Then? Paths After Graduation

And then? Your degree is over, your apprenticeship complete. Bring on your first job – or not? Four women and four men from nearly 50 years of the University of Bremen tell us about their lives after graduation and which different life and career paths they took. For our yearbook theme "And then? Paths after graduation", we will introduce you to graduates of our University and their different life and career paths.

Cover Jahrbuch

Yearbook 2018/19: Broadening Prospectives

Transfer plays a significant role at the University of Bremen – but what does the term “transfer” mean exactly? The university sees transfer as a cooperative process between society, businesses, administration, and academia. Researching together, learning from each other, discussing as equals, and taking on responsibility for society are important aspects of this process. For our yearbook theme, we will introduce you to people from different disciplines who embody our idea of transfer. They are just a small sample of many employees of this university who are dedicated to dialogue on a day-to-day basis.

Weißer und schwarzer Schriftzug mit gezeichnetem Gebäude und Logo

Yearbook 2017/18: 20 Years of Future

20 Years of Future – this is the title of this issue of our yearbook which is now appearing for the 20th time. What ­expectations have the people connected to our university had over the past twenty years – and what do they think the future will bring? How did they experience the time from 1997 to 2007?  This is what academics and employees of the university, its ­president and two of his predecessors, graduates, people from politics, business and culture tell us in a selection of short videos.