Studying at the BSEL
Guidance and Counselling
- General Student Advisory Services
The Central Student Counselling is the first point of contact for prospective students from Germany or abroad, their parents and all those with general questions related to Bachelor’s / Master’s degrees at the BSEL.
- Counselling on Company-Linked Programmes
Job training and a degree – a real possibility at the BSEL!
- Student Counselling on our MBA Programmes
Develop management skills – in a full-time or part-time programme. To find out more, contact our Programme Managers directly.
- Applying with a Non-German school-leaving certificate and/or academic degree:
Generally, the application documents have to be sent to uni-assist.
- Company-linked Programmes
The application procedure for our sandwich programmes linking work and study.
- Applying for a Master Degree
Details of degree programmes and requirements for post-graduate applicants.
- Applying for an MBA Degree
Details on work experience and language skills
- Information for Exchange Students from Partner Universities
For students on exchange programmes.
- International Summer Schools
Every year, the BSEL offers three International Summer Schools
- Discover Germany
Learn about German culture and student life.
- Studying in Germany
Details on applying for a visa, residence permit, insurance and much more.
- Sport in Berlin
Football, volleyball, gymnastics…the University offers its own sports programme. Berlin also has a wide range of other sports clubs and fitness centres to keep you in perfect shape.
AStA is the equivalent of a Students' Union – and advises and helps students, and campaigns on issues you feel strongly about. (in German)
- Refectory and Cafes
The BSEL has a refectory and cafes on all three campuses offering a wide range of hot and cold food, snacks and drinks.
- Working in Berlin
Overview of job boards for internships and student jobs – including jobs for English-speaking students.