By Researchers for Children: 2024 Bremen Kids’ University from March 12 to 21

The University of Bremen is inviting children to the 2024 Kids' University from March 12 to 21. Children between the ages of 8 and 12 can take part. Registration is now open.

What do shooting stars have to do with climate change? Is human exploration of Mars possible? What characterizes successful German rap music for children? Which languages shape our everyday lives and why? These and other questions are the focus of the events at Bremen's Kids' University.

With lectures and workshops, the University of Bremen offers two different event formats: The lectures are aimed at class groups of 3rd to 6th graders. They will take place every morning from March 12 to 14. Teachers can now register their school classes via the Kids' University website: Participation is free of charge.

The workshops are aimed directly at children between the ages of 8 and 12. They will take place during Bremen's Easter vacation from March 19 to 21. This is where girls and boys can become young researchers themselves. For example, they can build solar-powered vehicles, explore together whether emotions can be tamed, or tinker creatively with robots. The workshops are held in small groups of up to 20 people. Tickets are available now for one euro each online via the Kids' University website at or from Nordwest Ticket.


About UniTransfer:

The Kids' University is organized by the University & School Transfer Office from the UniTransfer Administrative Unit at the University of Bremen. The individual lectures and workshops are held by numerous dedicated researchers from the university and the institutes in the University of Bremen Technology Park. The Kids' University is financially supported by Sparkasse Bremen.

The University of Bremen is aware of its responsibility in the community and involves society as a whole with its broad understanding of research-based knowledge and technology transfer. UniTransfer is the University of Bremen's central point of contact between academia, business, and society. The experts support cooperations and projects across the whole spectrum of the university’s subjects. These range from business start-ups, to the commercialization of inventions; the placement of specialists, managers, or science communication formats; the coordination of programs for schools; the management of the university foundation; and university fundraising.


Further Information:



Dr. Kerstin Ksionzek and Isabell Harder
UniTransfer Administrative Unit, University & School Transfer Office
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-60393 and +49 421 218-57134
Email: kerstin.ksionzekprotect me ?!vw.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de, isabell.harderprotect me ?!vw.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de


[Translate to English:]
At the Bremen Kids’ University, girls and boys can become researchers themselves.