Berlin Per­spec­tives

Berlin is multifaceted and rich in history. Within view of the Brandenburg Gate and Alexanderplatz, find out what makes this city special. Photo: Lucas Adrian

This programme, with English-language and bilingual courses, is aimed at students who are already enrolled at Humboldt-Universität. Learn more about Berlin from various academic perspectives!

Do you wish to expand your intercultural competence and get a new view of Berlin within a regular degree programme? Then Berlin Perspectives is the right programme for you! In the English-language and bilingual courses, you address topics from German history, society and culture academically, using the example of Berlin. Become part of a community of international students who are broadening their horizons together, and contributing and further developing their own global perspective. The courses are open to enrolled students – as part of an international exchange programme or as regular HU students.

Stolpersteine vor dem Hauptgebäude.
Culture of remembrance: “Stolpersteine”, or stumbling stones, commemorate victims of the Nazi regime everywhere in Berlin. Humboldt-Universität also commemorates the Jewish students who were persecuted. Photo: Stefan Klenke


    • Dr. Moni­ka Son­ntag

      Programme coordinator Berlin Perspectives (BP) | Humboldt Perspectives Study Abroad (HPSA)

      Humboldt International Campus (HIC) Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin Room 2249d moni­ka.son­ +49 30 2093 46740
    • Cus­tomized in­tern­ship pro­gramme is grow­ing

      Humboldt International Campus

      The Humboldt Internship Program (HIP), welcomed eleven participants from Brown University this fall term. The section of the programme, customized specifically for students of Brown University, has more than doubled its number of participants in its second year.

    • In­ter­na­tionales Par­la­mentsstipendi­um wel­comes new co­hort

      Humboldt International Campus

      This year's 96 scholarship holders in the Internationales Parlamentsstipendium are hailing from 42 different countries. They were welcomed in early March by Yvonne Magwas, Vice-President of the Bundestag, in the Reichstag building.

    • 18.07.2024

      15:15 — 18:00 ​

      Senate Hall, HU main building, Unter den Linden 6

      Stu­dent Re­search in Prac­tice

      An event by the Humboldt Internship Program: Students participating in the programme will present their contribution to research projects at Humboldt-Universität and start-ups of Humboldt-Innovation.

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