Berlin is the largest student city in Germany with over 185,000 students and has a total of four universities, seven technical colleges and more than 30 privately-run academies.
With its two universities of excellence, the Free University of Berlin and the Humboldt University of Berlin, as well as its internationally renowned technical colleges, Berlin is also the most popular location for science for foreign students. Around 20 percent of the students come from abroad. Women make up almost 50 percent of all students in Berlin.
„The economic success of any company depends on its employees and their qualifications. We certainly benefit from the extraordinary scientific know-how in Berlin, which is the direct result of the city's many institutions of higher learning and scientific research institutes.“
|Free University of Berlin||36,771||7,768|
|Berlin Technical University of Berlin||34,718||8,003|
|Humboldt University of Berlin||34,963||6,137|
|Art University; Art Colleges||5,515||2,096|
|University of the Arts||3,838||1,246|
|Colleges and universities of Applied Sciences||58,236||9,832|
|Beuth University of Applied Sciences||12,895||1,852|
|HTW University of Applied Sciences||13,730||3,261|
|Berlin School of Economics and Law||11,198||1,491|
|Berlin colleges of Applied Sciences in Public Administration||523||2|
(Source: State Statistical Institute Berlin-Brandenburg, Status: Winter semester 2017/2018)
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