The Central Student Advisory Service (CSAS) 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 CSAS will be happy to put you in touch with the right people.
We offer open counselling hours (no appointment needed!) via phone or video chat. We are also happy to arrange an individual counselling appointment via phone or video conference. Unfortunately we are unable to offer in-person advising at this time due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We've therefore expanded our phone advising hours.
You can also reach us outside of our open counselling hours via e-mail.
Furthermore, the CSAS offers information events and other opportunities for orientation on various topics. Some of these also take place online.
How do I find out which degree programme is right for me? What is the difference between Bachelor and Master? And is a university of applied sciences or a university better suited for me? The Prospective Students Workshop helps you to find out where your academic interests lie and to find your way through the range of degree programmes on offer.
What does it feel like to study at the Hochschule Bremen? With the "Rent a Student" programme, you get a direct insight into everyday study life: attending a lecture, taking part in a lab experiment, eating in the canteen – and more. Students from your chosen degree programme accompany you and answer your questions. A unique opportunity to get first-hand information.
Registrations are possible at any time. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to invite you to attend courses due to the Corona pandemic. However, we will be happy to put you in touch with students from your chosen degree programme so that you can exchange ideas via email, telephone or video chat.
Any questions? Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The meetSTEM (German: meetMINT) series of events gives schoolgirls from the seventh grade onwards an insight into STEM courses at HSB. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. meetSTEM intends to arouse interest in scientific and technical topics, break down inhibitions and support girls in their choice of studies and careers.
What do I learn in the 3rd semester modules? What are the former students doing today? Where can I get more information about a partner company? If you have detailed questions about a particular programme, you can also contact the programme director or the programme coordinator directly. You can find the contact details on the respective programme pages.
The IGC team will advise you on questions regarding the content, costs and organisation of the Master's programmes at the International Graduate Center.