Regardless of whether you are still looking for the right degree programme or whether you are already on the home stretch to graduation, you will not find the right answers or all the important information to some questions on your own. The advisory teams at the HSB are there to support you in all matters relating to your studies.
The Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB) will advise you individually on all questions concerning your studies, from the orientation phase to graduation. If you are not sure who to contact, the ZSB will be happy to put you in touch with the right contacts for your concerns.
In addition to the office hours on site, you can also get advice by phone or in a video call. Furthermore, the ZSB offers information events and other orientation opportunities on various topics. Some of these also take place online.
Studying at HSB enables you to acquire further, useful skills in addition to the subject content of your field of study. These make it easier for you to study successfully and are helpful for your later professional life. For example, you can improve your communication skills, expand your language skills or discover other subject areas.
The Central Student Advisory Service will advise you individually on all questions concerning your studies, from the orientation phase to graduation. The university libraries at Campus Neustadtswall and Campus Werderstrasse are part of the SuUB.
Contact details and further information about the services offered by the State and University Library can be found on the following websites:
We live internationality: on the HSB campus you will meet people from all parts of the world. Every year, numerous students from abroad come to Bremen to spend a semester abroad, complete a full degree programme or take part in the Summer School.
HSB helps you to arrive in Germany, the counselling teams support you if you have any problems, and at numerous events you can get tips, make contacts and simply have fun.
The Central Student Advisory Service advises international students and prospective students on all questions concerning studying at HSB. But it is not only questions about study content or admission requirements that play an important role: we also support you in all other areas of life during your stay in Germany.
Please feel free to contact us via e-mail at email@example.com or use our in-person advising hours at HSB (AB-Building, Room 109):
Studying as an international student can be both exciting and challenging. Key Connections is a place for international students at the HSB to share about those exciting and challenging experiences with other international students and get support from people who are experiencing similar things.
Helping Hands is an offer for newly admitted foreign students who are preparing for their studies at Hochschule Bremen and for life in Bremen.
Foreign students are international students who complete their entire degree at HSB, as opposed to exchange students who only study at HSB for one or two semesters.