Welcome to Bremen!

A warm welcome from the International Team of the HSB Hochschule Bremen—City University of Applied Sciences.

Young, cosmopolitan, inspiring—located in the heart of Bremen, HSB attracts almost 9,000 students not only from the region and nationwide, but worldwide, amongst them more than 300 exchange students from our partner universities per year. We hope you will enjoy your stay at our international campus!

Studying during the Corona Pandemic

We at HSB are committed to doing everything possible under the circumstances during the upcoming fall/winter semester and are currently planning face-to-face classes.

Please make sure to always be informed about new regulations concerning the coronavirus (information is only available in German).

Latest information

HSB's International Team

The International Team of HSB is made up of the International Office and Decentral International Offices (DIOs) in our five faculties.

International Office

The International Office is your first contact for all questions regarding application, admission, enrolment and accommodation. 

International Office

AB-Building, 1st floor
Campus Neustadtswall

Email

Website
Zoom

Zoom-Password: 056877
Mon. 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Tue. 9 p.m. – 12 p.m.
Thu. 9 p.m. – 12 p.m.
Online office hours for exchange students via Zoom: Mon. 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. and Thu. 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Decentral International Offices (DIOs)

Our DIOs are in charge of faculty- and programme-related matters, such as semester organisation, schedules, module registration, administrative steps in ERASMUS+ and worldwide co-operations and other questions regarding student life.

Before coming to Germany

Getting started

Information on City Registration and Residence permit

Further information on City Registration and Residence permit below. 

Studying at HSB

Living in Bremen

With its 544,000 inhabitants, including 31,000 students studying at one of the six universities, Bremen could not be more multifaceted: the city and rural suburbia lie right next to each other.

There is a very vibrant student scene, but you will not get lost in overcrowded streets. The river Weser is on your doorstep, each district is full of delightful cafés and plenty of cultural activities are going on—a city that combines green surroundings with a modern lifestyle.

Leaving Bremen