Those interested in studying at the University of Bremen can for the first time start their degree course in the summer semester.
Start Your Degree in the Summer Semester
Information Day for Prospective Students
Prospective students are once again invited to find out everything they need to know about studying at the University of Bremen on Wednesday, May 10, 2023.
Space and space technology
The study of space offers a fascinating and unique opportunity to explore the mysteries of the universe and push the boundaries of human knowledge.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Artificial intelligence is one of the major issues when it comes to solving tomorrow’s problems. In doing so, we face a number of challenges.
From deep sea to outer space
If you are interested in science and technology, the University of Bremen is the right place for you to study. Why? Find out!
Climate protection and sustainability
There are many reasons the University of Bremen calls itself a climate university. Find out what’s behind it and how you can study the subject here.
Valuing diversity! We want to break down structural barriers and advocate for inclusive language and a non-discriminatory study culture. We take a stand against homophobia and heteronormativity and support the autonomy of trans*, inter* and non-binary people.
Join us at CSD in Bremen on August 26, 2023!
Your start at the University of Bremen
Have you made it and are starting your studies at the University of Bremen? Welcome to our website! We provide all first-year students with information and orientation. For example, there is the Uni-Start-Portal, which will help you find your way around in the first few days. There is also the “O-Week”, where we explain and show you everything you need to know. Of course, there will also be plenty of celebrations: the Freshers’ Welcome Party. Don’t miss it!
So, what is it like to study?
Our student guides will tell you!
Our student guides are students who will answer your questions about the University of Bremen and give you an insight into their subject and campus life in general.
Even in the current situation, you can chat with them, either via video chat, email, or on the phone.
You can also arrange an exchange with a student guide directly via the contact form on the university website. Just use the link below and let us know whether you would like to get to know the university in general, which topics interest you, or your desired degree subject – and we will match you with someone from our pool of student guides who will contact you directly to arrange an appointment.
You need help?
The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) informs and advises everyone who has questions regarding studying.
You can find out the current office hours on the homepage of the Central Student Advisory Service at www.uni-bremen.de/en/zsb
The International Office is responsible for advising international students and prospective students. You can find the right contact person here.