Come to the SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences for one or two semesters and experience a new country and a new university. We are a university with four schools in Berlin, one in Dresden and another in Hamburg. As an exchange student, you have the opportunity to get to know a new culture, make new friends and broaden your horizons within a short period of time. You can find more information about the semester or year at SRH University in this info sheet. We look forward to hearing from you!
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All study programmes at SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences are available to you for a semester abroad, even if your home university is not a partner university. SRH Berlin helps you to choose the right modules and to have your study achievements recognised as a freemover at your home university.
“I’ve been pleasingly surprised by the space for creativity and personal input that is welcomed in every single project. This space for personal decisions mixed with well rounded courses and lots of professional equipment at our disposal turns out into beautiful and fulfilling pieces.
You also get the chance to be part of an interesting international community. Being in touch with people from all over the globe pampers you in novelty, fueling valuable initiatives and connections. A unique learning experience that definitely had an impact in my creative path and overall life.”
“The Erasmus exchange program at SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences provided me with an exceptional opportunity to broaden my horizons and gain new insights into the world. As an international student, the chance to immerse myself in a new culture and academic environment was an unforgettable experience that challenged me both personally and academically.
The exchange program allowed me to explore and discover the beauty and uniqueness of Berlin, a city known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and diverse people. I had the privilege of witnessing firsthand the lifestyle, customs, and traditions of the German people, which helped me to appreciate and understand different perspectives and ways of life."