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Orientation & Application

The University of Bremen offers you a variety of information and offers on the subject of orientation and choosing what you want to study. The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) will gladly assist you and has one or two tips to make your decision easier. In the Studies Database you can inform yourself about all the individual study programs offered at the University of Bremen; for example, everything about program contents or career paths. If any special questions about a degree course remain unanswered, the people in the decentralized study centers or the program advisors will be able to help.

On the following pages you will find comprehensive information on our orientation offers, our study programs and how to apply for a place, as well as enrollment and doctoral options at the University of Bremen.

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Contact

Central Student Advisory Service
VWG Building
Office hours:
Mon, Tue, Thu 9 a.m. - 12 p.m, Wed 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
+49 (0) 421 218-61160
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Offered Programs

Earth Sciences, Psychology, Production Engineering, Business Informatics and many more: At the University of Bremen you will find a broad and exciting range of diverse programs.

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Program Orientation

The University of Bremen offers prospective students a broad range of study programs to choose from as well as comprehensive opportunities for orientation and advice to help them make the right decision.

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Application and Enrollment

The University of Bremen provides comprehensive and detailed information on application and enrollment for Bachelor, Law and Master programs.

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Doctoral Studies

The promotion of young academics is a priority objective at the University of Bremen, and the University offers doctoral candidates and post-docs a wide range of support services.

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International Students

If you are coming from abroad to study in Bremen, there is a lot to think about and organize; from traveling here, finding a place to live, settling down and making contact with other students. Contact the International Office at an early stage; it will help you with tips, contacts and support in preparing for your studies. It also provides information about preparation studies and special offers, such as language learning, intercultural and international projects or the preparation for the German job market . Exchange students will find important and useful information at Newcomer Service of the International Office.

Diversity

We know that our future students work under very different prerequisites and framework conditions – including aspects such as professional experience, caring for children or disabilities. This is not only “normal”, but also a huge potential for cooperation and research-based learning. Our counseling services, especially the Central Student Advisory Service, will be happy to help you in all questions surrounding your studies.

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