Studying at the BSEL
Guidance and Counselling
- Student Counselling
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.