International Scholar Services
The International Scholar Services (ISS) support researchers and PhD candidates from abroad and help them settle in to university and city life.
Are you coming to Humboldt-Universität from abroad as a:
- Doctoral candidate?
- Visiting scholar?
- Academic assistant?
Newly appointed professor?
International Scholar Services would like to ensure that your time at Humboldt-Universität and in Berlin gets off to a good start. We help you take care of all the important non-academic affairs that you will face before your arrival and in the first few weeks after you have arrived – from applying for a visa to obtaining health insurance or opening a bank account. We support during your stay and also advise you on what you need to do before you leave Berlin.
Registration with the International Scholar Services:
We would be happy to advise you:
- Send us an email: email@example.com
- Call us: +49 30 2093 20096 or +49 30 2093 20097
Stop by on
Thursday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Or book an appointment and avoid having to wait.
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Event for international PhD-candidates of Social Sciences and Economics: HU-Berlin: „Perspektiven nach der Promotion“ – German Research Organisations – Perspectives in Germany beyond Universities (5 April 2017). More information
Mailing list for international scholars
Via the newly created mailing list the International Scholar Services inform on a regular basis about practical matters around the organization of a research stay at HU. Also, internationals scholars themselves can use this list as platform to share relevant information with their colleagues and further scholars. Subscribe here
International Scholar Services is happy to assist you with all non-academic matters and provide support with all extracurricular issues. Please note that International Scholar Services offers assistance only. You must make all decisions on the basis of this assistance independently and you bear the sole responsibility for them. International Scholar Services and its staff cannot accept any liability for the information it provides and the consequences resulting from it.