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Information for International Degree Seeking Students

Whom does Helping Hands help?

Helping Hands is an offer for international degree seeking students who have just received their admission to Hochschule Bremen (HSB) and who are about to prepare for their course of studies and life in Bremen.

If you are an exchange student, you can find information on support programs designed for you here.

What does Helping Hands help me with?

The time between admission and the start of courses is usually pretty stressful, but also quite exciting. There are a lot of things that need to be prepared for the course of studies and life in Bremen in a short amount of time. You can find a lot of information on all that on our website and if you have questions regarding your admission, you can contact your administrator in the registrar’s office.

But there’s more: Helping Hands gives you the opportunity to get in touch with students at HSB. You want to know how to find a great shared apartment? What events not to miss during your first couple of weeks at HSB? What the “Semesterticket” is and how it works? Join our Facebook group, ask your questions and stay up to date. The team of Helping Hands will regularly post interesting information for you there.

You don’t have a facebook account? No problem. If you have a question, you can send us an email: helpinghands@hs-bremen.de.

Who is „Helping Hands“?

Helping Hands is a team of undergraduate assistants at HSB. They are from different faculties and semesters – maybe there’s even someone from your degree course on the team?

How do I get in touch with Helping Hands?

Upon admission at HSB we’ll send you an email with all the information and an invitation to our facebook group.

You didn’t receive our email or deleted it by accident? No problem. Just send us a quick note to helpinghands@hs-bremen.de and we’ll take care of it.


This project is funded by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) with funds from the Federal Foreign Office.
 

 

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