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About the University 🏫

Berlin, Hamborg or Iserlohn - You choose which one you want to call your student city when studying at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences. You can choose a unique atmosphere in the capital, a northern German port city or an American campus-based university, whichever you prefer. The three campuses meet a wide range of wishes: for example, the campus in Berlin is located in the heart of the city, just off Potsdamer Platz.

Campus in Hamburg is located in the Altona district, right next to the harbour and the Elbe River. The Iserlohn campus is surrounded by greenery and offers plenty of leisure activities at Seilersee.

University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) educates future designers and decision-makers within business, sports, media and IT, arts and design. The 4 keywords that best describe UE are: practical, international, interdisciplinary and focused on success. The study environment takes place in an informal atmosphere, so you can grow as a person. Trust is placed on your shoulders while teachers strive for you to experience success. You learn from a practical approach and not least to think internationally.

In addition to state-of-the-art facilities, with real-life teaching and cases, as well as a wide range of subjects and studies, with UE on the CV you can count on becoming an in-demand profile as the "Employability after graduation" rate is as high as 93% (based on getting a job within 1 year).

Take the chance and become part of the UE environment that ensures you a top-notch degree in an international environment.

About the city 🌇

Berlin is a fascinating city that provides the perfect setting for studying abroad. Like many places in the world, Berlin has a famous past. What Berlin is most often associated with, is the city's role in the two world wars, the Berlin Wall or the city's history of battles, occupation zones and revolution. Berlin, however, has a different history, which includes the German Expressionist movement, a devotion to architecture (Gothic, Art Nouveau and modernism) and the roaring twenties.

Over the years, Berlin residents have helped the city's spirit of creativity, experimentation and celebration flourish and shape Berlin's collective personality. Singly special to Berlin is that the city is festive, historic and modern as well as traditional and innovative at the same time. Berlin is artistic and forward-looking, charming and provocative.

Berlin seems to celebrate these many dimensions, and presents an incredibly dynamic and refreshing environment, to both locals and visitors. Berlin is called home by countless young people who flock to the city, who just exude freedom, creativity and something uniquely few metropolises can boast off.

While studying in Berlin you have ample opportunity to explore the unique character of the city. Historical monuments celebrate the city's past that can satisfy any cultural lover. Numerous fairs and festivals celebrate Berlin's many traditions, and the city's public squares, parks and extensive bicycle, pedestrian and public transport networks invite people to socialize with each other, relax and explore.

When you cross Berlin, you can stop in the beer gardens, dine at trendy restaurants or sit in cafes, to enjoy Berlin's culture and social atmosphere. You can also enjoy Berlin's nightlife, art scene and network of museums.

The Student Hotel

With its fresh and unique design, The Student Hotel is the favorite residence of many students in Berlin. The Student Hotel offers fully furnished en-suite rooms. In addition, there are lounges to study and relax in, fitness, possibility of borrowing bikes, laundry, Wi-Fi, 24/7 security and much more.

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The Fizz

The Fizz, is a fresh young student housing concept with a nice design. The student apartments are available both as private rooms or as shared apartments. The homes offers full furnishings, Wi-Fi, lounges for studying and relaxation, shared kitchen environment, laundry room, mini cinema, outdoor areas as well as 24/7 security. In addition, you can enjoy the benefits and discounts that The Fizz membership card brings and the many social events that are held.

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Neon Wood

Neon Wood are student apartments with a particularly youthful feel for students. The student apartments are available both as private rooms or as shared apartments. The homes offers full furnishings, Wi-Fi, lounges for studying and relaxation, shared kitchen environment, laundry room, outdoor areas and 24/7 security. In addition, you can enjoy the gaming areas, whether you are into digital computer games or table tennis. To make sure you are healthy and well, you can enter the 24/7 open gym.

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Spot A Home

An alternative to the search for housing in Berlin is Spot a home. You can see how Spot a home works here.

See available student apartments at Spot A Home here.

BRST/House of Nations

The studio apartments from House of Nations are available both as private rooms or as shared apartments. The homes are fully furnished and have their own mini kitchen, shower and toilet. Some of the apartments have a shared kitchen on each floor as well as a shared shower and toilet. Resident students at House of Nation can benefit from fresh linens provided by staff each month. If you ask nicely, it is not completely impossible to get them changed more often. In addition, there is Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and barbecue parties when the weather allows.

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Easy Living

Easy Living offers one-bedroom apartments for students in Berlin. They offer a simple price that includes it all. This means that for a flat rate you get electricity, heating and water included in the price. In addition, the homes are fully furnished with their own kitchen. There is a laundry room and always an available caretaker who can take care of inquiries.

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An alternative to the housing search in Berlin is Uniplaces. You can see how Uniplaces works here.

See available studio flats at Uniplaces here.


If you are looking for alternatives, there are of course many options. The housing market in Berlin is huge and there is definitely something for you. However, it is important to be aware of the credibility of these. Below you will find a list of alternatives for your housing search that are not currently inspected.

Admission Requirements

What are the Entry Requirements?

To apply for courses and programmes at University of Europe, you must meet the general and specific entry requirements.

Documents required from students to apply to University of Europe are:

  • Official copies of secondary school transcripts showing courses taken throughout the year and grades received (English version of the document)
  • Award Certificates
  • Passport
  • A CV and a motivational letter
  • Evidence of English proficiency if you are a non-native English-speaking student.

See more about the entry requirements at University of Europe.

What are the English Requirements?

The English requirements to get admitted to University of Europe in Berlin can be sufficed in several ways. Below are the options for students to prove their English proficiency:

You will be able to provide evidence of your English language skills if you have:

  • completed an English language test such as IELTS, Pearson, TOEFL, Duolingo or Cambridge
  • completed some types of university (tertiary) or high-school (secondary) studies taught in English

See more about the English requirements at University of Europe.

What are the Tuition Fees?

Tuition fees for international students at University of Europe vary depending on the course you choose. The tuition fee at University of Europe ranges from 12.000 EUR to 15.000 EUR per year for international students.

The tuition fee for a study abroad semester at University of Europe for 4 units which equals to 30 ECTS is approx. 4900 EUR.

See more about University of Europe's tuition fees for international students.

What are the semester start dates?

University of Europe uses a semester system for both full-degree students and semester abroad students studying to receive credit towards their home degree system. The semester system is equivalent in course load and duration to a three-trimester system. Students can start their studies in March or September.

See more about University of Europe's important dates in the academic calendar.

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"At the University of Europe for Applied Sciences we have always made the practical reference and worked on real cases" - Eva L.