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Other Higher Education Institutions

The capital region boasts a total of 21 higher education institutions in addition to its universities.

Berlin's seven public Universities of Applied Sciences teach engineering, natural sciences, economics, administration, social sciences and humanities with a practical orientation. These institutions are creating new and innovative programs and courses of study.


Berlin School of Economics and Law (Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht)

The Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR) provides an excellent qualification for future managers. Numerous courses can be taken in English within the internationally focused study programs in the Faculty of Economics.

In addition, the university has more than 150 international partner universities and offers many degree programs as a double degree in cooperation with various partner universities in countries such as the UK, France, Spain and Finland.

Degree programs with an international focus include:

  • B.A. Business Administration
  • B.A. International Business Administration Exchange (IBAEX), B.A. International Business Management, M.A. Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies, M.A. International Marketing Management, MBA in European Management, MBA in European-Asian Management

Berlin School of Economics and Law (Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht)
Badensche Straße 50/51
D-10825 Berlin
+49 30 30877-0
studienberatung@hwr-berlin.de
www.hwr-berlin.de


University of Applied Sciences for Technology and Economics (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft - HTW)

The University of Applied Sciences for Technology and Economics (HTW) is responding to the changing demands of business and industry by offering attractive degree programs.

The profile of HTW Berlin is characterized by three research focuses:

Creative Industries - Digital Economy
Focus is made on the development of new applications and products in the fields of culture, communication, design, media and informatics as well as interactive learning cultures.

Health Research
The goal is to develop innovative and environmentally friendly products, services and processes as well as embedding them into the economic environment health industry.

Regenerative Energies – Energy Efficiency
The scientists in this key subject are committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly power supply.

HTW received the title of "Reform University 2001" from the Business Community Innovation Agency for German Science (Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft) for its comprehensive education, as well as its consulting and services provided to small to mid-sized companies and startups.

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft - HTW
Treskowallee 8
D-10313 Berlin
+49 30 5019-0
info@htw-berlin.de
www.htw-berlin.de


Beuth University of Applied Sciences for Technology (Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin)

Beuth offers engineering students a mechanical engineering curriculum that provides in-depth knowledge about renewable energy.

Classes on biomass, photovoltaics, wind energy, hydroelectric and thermal solar energy prepare students to work in the fast-growing renewable energy market.

In this way, Beuth also does its part to support Berlin's strategy of investing in the region’s cutting-edge technologies like biotech and environmental technologies.

Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin
Luxemburger Straße 10
D-13353 Berlin
+49 30 4504-0
presse@beuth-hochschule.de
www.beuth-hochschule.de

Further Institutions

Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin
Alice-Salomon-Platz 5
D-12627 Berlin
+49 30 99245-0
ash@ash-berlin.eu
www.ash-berlin.eu


Berlin School of Economics and Law (Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht)
Department 2 Professional Training Academy
Neue Bahnhofstraße 13-15
D-10245 Berlin
+49 30 29384-300
www.hwr-berlin.de

Department 3 General Administration
Department 4 Judicial Administration
Alt-Friedrichsfelde 60
D-10315 Berlin
+49 30 9021-0
www.hwr-berlin.de


Protestant Divinity School (Evangelische Hochschule Berlin - EHB)
Teltower Damm 118-122
D-14167 Berlin
+49 30 84582-0
presse@eh-berlin.de
www.eh-berlin.de


Catholic Divinity School (Katholische Hochschule Berlin)
Köpenicker Allee 39-57
D-10318 Berlin
+49 30 501010-0
kaplow@khsb-berlin.de
www.khsb-berlin.de

Further Institutions

Hanns Eisler Academy of Music (Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin)

Besides offering courses in classical instrumental performance, the academy offers programs in voice, music theater/directing, conducting, composition, jazz and popular music. Hanns Eisler also offers programs at its Institute for Culture and Media Management.

Internationally renowned artists and teachers provide a top-notch education.

Hanns Eisler Academy of Music
(Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ Berlin)
Charlottenstraße 55
D - 10117 Berlin
+49 30 20309-2411 (Zentrale)
+49 30 20309-2003 (Presse/ÖA)
pr@hfm-berlin.de
www.hfm-berlin.de


Ernst Busch Drama and Theater University (Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin - HfS)

Ernst Busch offers programs in acting, directing, choreography and puppet theater. The goal of the curriculum is to provide theaters with qualified new artistic talent that has obtained a comprehensive technical education.

The pedagogical concept draws on the best traditions of German theater and an awareness of the most important artistic movements in global theater.

Ernst Busch Drama and Theater University
(Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin - HfS)
Schnellerstraße 104 
D - 12439 Berlin
+49 30 639975-0 (Zentrale)
www.hfs-berlin.de


Berlin Weissensee School of Art and Design (Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee - KHB)

The KHB offers instruction in fashion design, communication design, set design, textile and material design, product design, architecture, painting and sculpture.

KHB maintains partnerships with prominent companies and universities in Germany and abroad. Its areas of focus include investigations of and solutions for public transportation issues and public transport interface design.

The school consciously eschews narrow specialization.

Instruction focuses on the development of socially and ecologically sustainable solutions to social issues.

Berlin Weissensee School of Art and Design
(Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee - KHB)
Bühringstraße 20
D - 13086 Berlin
+49 30 47705-0 (Zentrale)
+49 30 47705-222 (Presse/ÖA)
www.kh-berlin.de

Art Schools

Hanns Eisler Academy of Music (Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin)

Besides offering courses in classical instrumental performance, the academy offers programs in voice, music theater/directing, conducting, composition, jazz and popular music. Hanns Eisler also offers programs at its Institute for Culture and Media Management.

Internationally renowned artists and teachers provide a top-notch education.

Hanns Eisler Academy of Music
(Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ Berlin)
Charlottenstraße 55
D - 10117 Berlin
+49 30 20309-2411 (Zentrale)
+49 30 20309-2003 (Presse/ÖA)
pr@hfm-berlin.de
www.hfm-berlin.de


Ernst Busch Drama and Theater University (Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin - HfS)

Ernst Busch offers programs in acting, directing, choreography and puppet theater. The goal of the curriculum is to provide theaters with qualified new artistic talent that has obtained a comprehensive technical education.

The pedagogical concept draws on the best traditions of German theater and an awareness of the most important artistic movements in global theater.

Ernst Busch Drama and Theater University
(Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin - HfS)
Schnellerstraße 104 
D - 12439 Berlin
+49 30 639975-0 (Zentrale)
www.hfs-berlin.de


Berlin Weissensee School of Art and Design (Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee - KHB)

The KHB offers instruction in fashion design, communication design, set design, textile and material design, product design, architecture, painting and sculpture.

KHB maintains partnerships with prominent companies and universities in Germany and abroad. Its areas of focus include investigations of and solutions for public transportation issues and public transport interface design.

The school consciously eschews narrow specialization.

Instruction focuses on the development of socially and ecologically sustainable solutions to social issues.

Berlin Weissensee School of Art and Design
(Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee - KHB)
Bühringstraße 20
D - 13086 Berlin
+49 30 47705-0 (Zentrale)
+49 30 47705-222 (Presse/ÖA)
www.kh-berlin.de

Private Institutions

ESCP Europe School of Business (Europäische Wirtschaftshochschule - ESCP-EAP)

With campuses in Paris, Oxford, Berlin and Madrid, EAP is the only truly international management school in Europe.

Its mission is to develop new management talent for international firms. The university works with an international pool of teachers and brings together students from all over the world at its four campuses.

Students in the three-year integrated program "Integrated Business" take practice-oriented courses in three different countries. Degree: German Diploma in Business Administration (Dipl.-Kaufmann and Dipl.-Kauffrau) and French "Diplome de Grande Ecole de Gestion."

EAP Europäische
Wirtschaftshochschule
Heubnerweg 6
D - 14059 Berlin
+49 30 32007-0 (Zentrale)
+49 30 32007-145 (Presse/ÖA)
info@eap.net
www.escp-eap.net


German University for Professional Studies (Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung - DUW)

The DUW is Germany's first state-recognized private university for professional development and training.

DUW offers academic training and undergraduate degrees for professionals. The distance-learning programs include masters in the departments of Economics and Management, Education, Health and Communication as well as certificate programs. The flexible blended-learning system and individual counseling allows DUW students to balance their studies with their private and professional lives.

The Freie Universität Berlin and the Klett Group of Stuttgart are shareholders in DUW. DUW is a public-private partnership.

German University for Professional Studies
(Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung - DUW)
Postanschrift: Postfach 33 20 02, 14180 Berlin
+49 30 2000306-0
info@duw-berlin.de
www.duw-berlin.de


German Film and Television Academy
(Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie - DFFB)
Potsdamer Straße 2
D - 10785 Berlin
+49 30 25759-0
info@dffb.de
www.dffb.de 


Euro-Business-College Berlin
Robert-Koch-Platz 4
D - 10115 Berlin
+49 30 28092626
info@ebc.berlin.eso.de
www.berlin.euro-business-college.de


European School of Management and Technology GmbH (ESMT)
Schlossplatz 1
D - 10178 Berlin
+49 30 21231-0
info@esmt.org
www.esmt.org/en/home


IUBH sandwich courses in Berlin

The International University of Applied Sciences (IUBH) offers degree programs in Marketing Management, Tourism Economics and English-language courses at its location in Berlin.

Renowned companies such as Siemens, GKK Partners and Mecure are among the industry partners. The campus is located in the center of Berlin, making it easy to reach by public transport.

Courses start on October 1st of each year, to which interested parties can apply between September 1st and August 31st of the previous year.

IUBH Among the industry partners
Rolandufer 13
D - 10179 Berlin
 +49 30 2089868-21
berlin@iubh-dualesstudium.de
www.iubh-dualesstudium.de/studienort/berlin


Media Design University of Applied Sciences for Design and Computer Science (Media Design Hochschule für Design und Informatik GmbH)
Lindenstraße 20-25
D - 10969 Berlin
+49 30 399266-0
info-ber@mediadesign-fh.de
www.mediadesign.de/index.php


OTA University of Applied Sciences

As the first state-recognized private university in Berlin, OTA offers an English-language program in Business Administration.

After three years, graduates receive an internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

OTA University of Applied Sciences
(OTA Hochschule)
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 10
D - 10587 Berlin
+49 30 922535-45
www.otahochschule.de


Pixelapostel GmbH
Kuhligkshofstraße 4
D - 12165 Berlin
+49 30 7974295-0
info@pixelapostel.de
www.pixelapostel.de


Steinbeis University of Applied Sciences (Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin)

Steinbeis is one of Berlin's largest private universities and is state-recognized. It is owned by the Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin GmbH, a 100-percent subsidiary of the Steinbeis Foundation. Its certificate, bachelor, master and doctoral programs are practice-oriented.

Steinbeis University of Applied Sciences
(Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin)
Gürtelstraße 29A/30
D-10247 Berlin
+49 30 293309-0
shb@stw.de
www.steinbeis-hochschule.de


Touro College Berlin
Am Rupenhorn 5
D - 14055 Berlin
+49 30 300686-0
info@touroberlin.de
www.touroberlin.de

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