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Free University of Berlin (FU Berlin)

The Free University of Berlin has more than 35,000 registered students. Its academic profile is defined by the classic disciplines of languages, literature and history, as well as law and economics.

The university also offers a broad spectrum of niche disciplines and interdisciplinary concentrations in its three regional studies institutes (John F. Kennedy Institute for North America Studies, the Institute for Eastern European Studies and the Institute for Latin American Studies).

Broader subject areas like "Internationalization/Globalization", "Change Studies" and "Environmental Studies" are becoming an increasingly important element of the academic profile of the FU Berlin.

Focus areas:

  • Languages, linguistics, literature and cultural studies
  • Law, economics and social sciences
  • Mathematics, natural sciences
  • Medicine, dentistry, veterinary sciences

Free University of Berlin
Kaiserswerther Straße 16/18
D - 14195 Berlin
+49 30 838-73189
www.fu-berlin.de


Humboldt University of Berlin (HU Berlin)

HU Berlin has more than 33,000 registered students. The venerable Berlin institution is increasingly committed to modern curricula and courses of study. A specialized career center helps students develop an orientation towards their profession and launch their careers.

As an example of modern course work and degrees: The HU School of Agriculture and Horticulture: 2 bachelor´s and 7 master´s degree programs. Modular courses of study, credits and a master’s thesis provide a structure that motivates students to perform well academically and complete their studies quickly.

Focus areas:

  • Law, economics and social sciences
  • Languages, literature and cultural studies

Humboldt University of Berlin (HU Berlin)
Unter den Linden 6
D - 10099 Berlin
+49 30 2093-0
www.hu-berlin.de


Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin)

TU Berlin is the largest technical university in Germany. About 33,000 students are matriculated at the TU currently. With about 6,600 foreign students from over 130 countries, the proportion of foreign students at the TU is above average.

Focus areas:

  • Engineering
  • Mathematics, natural sciences
  • Law, economics and social sciences
  • Languages, literature and cultural studies

Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin)
Straße des 17. Juni 135
D - 10623 Berlin
+49 30 3142-0
www.tu-berlin.de


University of the Arts (Universität der Künste - UdK)

The UDK Berlin has more than 3,600 students in the fields of music, visual arts and theater as well as architecture, design, visual communication and social and economic communication.

University of the Arts (UdK)
Einsteinufer 43-53
D - 10587 Berlin
+49 30 3185-0 (switchboard)
+49 30 3185-2450 und 2456 (Public Relations Office)
www.udk-berlin.de


Charité Medical University

The Charité is a joint institution formed by the FU Berlin and the HU Berlin. It is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe, where some of the world's best doctors and scientists treat patients, conduct research and teach new doctors at the highest professional level. About 7,000 students are matriculated at the Charité Medical University currently. The Charité is recognized globally for excellence in teaching.

Charité Medical University
Charitéplatz 1
D - 10117 Berlin
+49 30 450-50
www.charite.de

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