Information for Refugees

„Refugees@Beuth“ – The 4-Steps-Program

Are you a qualified prospective students, did you study or do you plan? Refugees@Beuth is a 4-Stage-Program that gives you an orientation about the study at Beuth and enables you a soft start in a study at Beuth University of Applied Sciences. You have the opportunity to visit some courses as a guest student and to get important credits which can be counted towards possible subsequent studies.

The courses at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences are mostly taught in German therefore you need good knowledge of German.

For more information about the development, application and events:

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Direct Start into the study – application for a university place

Perhaps you already know what you want to study and do you want apply to us directly?

For more informations about deadlines, conditions and application follow this link.

Exemption from costs at uni-assist

The application at uni-assist is not for free.

Since March 1, 2016 the examination of certificates is free of charge if you …

  • prove that you have been registered as a refugee in your German residency permit
  • passed the TestAS test or submit a certificate of consultation (Bescheinigung) from a uni-assist member university that recommends an examination of certificates free of charge.

To be released from the costs you can attend an intensive education biographical consultation at the Student Advice at Beuth University of Applied Sciences and get a consulting certificate. (Participants in the project of Refugees Refugees@Beuth get the certificate for successfully participation).

The consulting certificate allows documents to be checked from uni-assist for free.

For more information follow this link:

Dipl.-Psych. Andrea V. von Kopp
+49 30 4504-2761

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BeuthBonus Berlin

You are an immigrated graduate and you want to qualify further? With BeuthBonus you have the opportunity to get supplementary qualification with the main focus on further training and integration in the German labor market. You get to know application strategies; you get a coaching about media competence and professional language or you study specialized professional subjects.

For more information follow this link:

Constance Adlung

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The Studierendenwerk Berlin – consultation & offers

The Studierendenwerk Berlin is a mandate of the German Federal State of Berlin and is responsible for social, health, economic and cultural care for students in Berlin. The Studierendenwerk offers two support programs for refugees. With the first program refugees get a financial support for the start phase of their study. With the second program students from refugee regions can get support for their study graduation.

For more information follow these link:

Social counselling and BAföG counselling

For more information about the dates of social counselling und BAföG counselling follow this link

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