Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) – Student Counselling Services
More often than not, a personal discussion can resolve the questions and concerns that come up during your studies or after graduation. The BSEL offers many levels of advice and support:
- Student Counselling Services
The Student Counselling Services provide help, information and advice on all issues to do with the degree programmes, your choice of subject, changing subjects, withdrawing from the university, finding a job, examinations, and learning and career difficulties.
- Psychological Counselling
The Psychological Counselling supports students in finding solutions for study-related and private problems that affect their study progress.
- Advisory Service for Junior Students
The Junior Student programme offers school pupils a chance to get a taste of studying at university while still at school. Find out more here!
- Advisory Service for B.A. programmes
The chance to personally discuss the details of a particular B.A. programme.
- Advisory Services for cooperative B.A. programmes
Our advisors will be glad to discuss how you can combine work and a university degree.
- Advisory Services for M.A. programmes
A discussion with specialist advisors can help you decide whether an M.A. degree is right for you or not.
- Advisory Services for MBA and vocational postgraduate programmes
The Programme Managers are the right point of contact if you are interested in an MBA programme. This is also where you can find out about the M.A. distance learning programme.
- Family Office (in German)
The Family Office staff are on hand to give advice on concerns and problems for everyone combining (or trying to combine) family, a degree programme and/or a career.
- Student Chat Room
A forum for online questions – and answers