The University of Bremen was founded in 1971. In the course of its relatively short history it has developed into the science center of North West Germany. When it was founded it broke new ground in many ways, earning the label Bremen Model. Some of these breakthroughs have now become standard features of modern universities.
Roughly 23,000 people are currently active as students, teachers, researchers, or employees of the University of Bremen. It has become one of Germany`s eleven top universities of excellence. It is the science center of Northern Germany, renowned for its strengths in the sciences and engineering disciplines, as well as the humanities and the social sciences.
The work carried out by its researchers, many of whom of international repute, provide important stimuli for the development of innovative ideas and the resolution of problems facing society in general. Visiting guests from all over the world enrich campus life at the University of Bremen, which is well-known in the student community as a cosmopolitan venue for studying and research.
Building bridges and establishing networksThe Career Center is a joint venture between the University of Bremen and the Agentur für Arbeit (German Federal Employment Agency) Bremen-Bremerhaven. Its goal is to support students who wish to prepare themselves for their career as well as alumni and research assistants on their career paths.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Bremen!
Central Student Advisory Service provides information, advice and counceling for everyone having questions concerning studying. In particular, about
The Teerhof Guesthouse, established in October 1994, is located in the heart of Bremen, on the Weser-Penninsula Teerhof. This house includes 17 single apartments and 6 double apartments.The Guesthouse on Lise-Meitner-Straße is located near the university. It offers 11 single apartments and 3 double apartments.There are also private apartment houses very close to campus. All apartments in the Galileo-Residenz and the residence Campusviva and The Fizz are fully furnished and equipped.Please keep in mind that most flats in Germany are unfurnished. Considering this, you will have to transport or buy your furniture. Usually the kitchen is included.
Internet LecturesAnd everyone can go to the University of Bremen’s open-access internet portal “Mobile Lecture“, where they can view high-quality digital recordings of lectures held at the University. Moreover, several faculties can provide lectures on video, together with transparencies and digitalized materials (presentations, scripts, tests and simulations).
The University’s e-learning platform Stud.IP encompasses various possibilities for students to follow lecture courses via the Internet: Information and registration for courses, file sharing, communication with teachers and students, bibliographic management, teacher evaluation and also the creation of the timetable. In Stup.IP is also possible to evaluate teaching rooms.
Medical ServiceIn Germany there are general practitioners as well as specialists in each field (eg. pediatric doctors, optometrists, dermatologists, etc.) and you have free choice in the selection of your doctor. If you have to see a doctor, we recommend you make an appointment, except in the case of emergency. The city of Bremen has a database of doctors to choose from.
Campus life at the University of Bremen and the Technology Park Bremen has a great deal more to offer, though, than just studies, research, and work. Sports facilities like the Sportbad Uni pool and the offerings of the University Sports Association Verein für Hochschulsport are open to all citizens. The local green areas of Blockland, the Stadtwald and Bürgerpark, as well as the recreational lake Unisee, are all in the close surroundings of the University, but by no means detract from the feeling of participating in the citys Hanseatic flair.
Sports facilities like the Sportbad Uni pool and the offerings of the University Sports Association Verein für Hochschulsport are open to all citizens. The local green areas of „Blockland“, the Stadtwald and Bürgerpark, as well as the recreational lake „Unisee“, are all in the close surroundings of the University, but by no means detract from the feeling of participating in the city’s Hanseatic flair.
The master programmes are accredited by the accreditation body ACQUIN.
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