Studying at Arden University Berlin
We want you to make the most of your time studying with us in Berlin, and we’re committed to helping you achieve your professional and academic goals while you’re here.
To find out more about our courses, studying with us, and student life in Germany, take a look at some of our Frequently Asked Questions below.
Our campus is in the Potsdamer Platz area of Berlin, with great public transport links to and from other parts of the city. You’ll be studying in Berlin’s International Business District, close to the German headquarters of several major corporations.
We provide a range of bachelor’s, master’s, and MBA courses, all taught in English language, and covering areas including business, finance, information technology, human resource management, project management, healthcare, marketing, and more.
Yes they are. Your degree will be awarded by Arden University in the UK, and our courses are fully accredited by professional organisations such as the CMI (Chartered Management Institute).
Applying for a course here is simple and only takes a few minutes of your time! All you need to do is fill out an application form for your chosen course (which you can find on the relevant course page on this site) and one of our enrolment advisors will get in touch with you. If you meet all the entry requirements for the course, our admissions team will make you an offer. A holding fee will be required to secure your place at Arden University Berlin.
You can find more in-depth information about the application process here.
Berlin is one of Europe’s most popular destinations for overseas students, and studying with Arden University Berlin will help you gain the skills you need to advance your career while experiencing life in a city filled with opportunities, and even learning a new language if you choose to! Germany’s affordable cost of living is another reason why many international students choose Berlin over other European capitals.
Germany also has very favourable working conditions for international students. You’ll be able to work a total of 120 days per year (or 240 half days) while you are studying, and after graduation you’ll also benefit from an 18-month post-study residence permit, which allows you to explore even more job opportunities in Germany.
Most students coming to Germany from outside the European Union will need to apply for a Student Visa to study long-term (longer than 90 days). You can find out more about applying for your German Student Visa here.
Generally, you’ll be studying a minimum of 33.5 hours per week – 8 hours in the classroom and a minimum of 25.5 hours independent online study.
Our Student Support team are here to make sure that you have all the information and help you need to complete your course successfully. This includes help with any administrative questions you may have, how to sign up to our free German language classes, help with visa-related issues, and much more.
Because we understand that moving overseas to start a new life as an international student brings its own set of challenges, our support team are also here to discuss and manage any personal issues you have which could potentially affect your studies.
Yes we do. At Arden University Berlin we understand that your studies and your professional development go hand in hand, so you’ll have access to our career services from the get go. You can find more information here.
Yes we can. Berlin, as a major European capital, has no shortage of accommodation options to choose from, and you can find more information by visiting our student accommodation services page here.
We understand that, currently, some applications for international student visas are suffering from delays due to COVID-19 regulations. However, those students who receive an unconditional offer from us have the option to start their courses online from their home countries. You’ll start the first two modules of your course with full access to your study materials through our online learning platform, ilearn. You can then join us in Berlin for the remainder of your course once your visa has been issued.
This means that, even if your visa is delayed, you don’t need to postpone your plans for studying and working in Germany. More details can be found here.