Berlin has one of the largest concentrations of higher education and research institutions in Europe. People from all over the world teach, do research, work, and study at our four universities, the Charité – Universitätsmedizin medical school, art colleges, private colleges, and universities of applied sciences, as well as at our many non-university research institutes.
Senate Chancellery – Higher Education and ResearchWarschauer Str. 41/42, 10243 Berlin | Map
- Tel.: +49 (0)30 9026-0
The Governing Mayor of Berlin and Senator for Higher Education and Research Michael Müller and the Permanent Secretary for Higher Education and Research Steffen Krach
Berlin is international. And so are higher education and research. International students, PhD candidates, junior scientists, and professors find excellent research and teaching here, and there is extensive collaboration between the countless and diverse university and non-university institutions
Integration of refugees
Berlin is a very diverse city in which people of different worldviews, cultural backgrounds, origins, and religions live together and study together. Information for refugees who might want to enroll in a college or university is available here.