Study Abroad in Berlin
College Study Abroad
Explore Berlin, Germany
Students are welcomed with open arms in Germany’s capital city, where the cost of living is reasonable, public transportation is excellent, green space is abundant, and businesses – from hip tech start-ups to international conglomerates – thrive.
Every CIEE semester program has frequent cultural excursions uniquely designed to complement the program’s academics and enhance students’ cultural immersion.
In Berlin, past study tours and excursions have included:
- Visits to historical sites in Dresden, Weimar, and Prague
- Guided tours of the East Side Gallery, Holocaust
- Memorial, or Tempelhof Airport Park
- Performances at the Deutsche Oper, the Berlin State
- Opera, and the Komische Opera
WHERE STUDENTS STUDY
CIEE Global Institute – Berlin
Our Global Institute in Berlin is part of the CIEE Global Institute Network. Berlin is located in the heart of the Kreuzberg district and offers students easy access to a large public market hall, restaurants and cafés, and a variety of shops.
Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL)
BSEL focuses on building business, management, and administration skills for private and public sectors and enrolls 9,100 students. BSEL and six other German universities are
committed to quality and the international perspective through the USA7 Alliance for Excellence. The multinational campus is in the vibrant Schöneberg neighborhood.
INTERNSHIPS & VOLUNTEERING
Depending on their program of study and availability, students may be able to participate in an internship or volunteer. In Berlin, students can volunteer at local organizations, youth centers, schools, and more.
In addition, students can build new skills and intercultural competencies with an internship and become an active member of the Berlin professional environment.
Study Programs - Berlin Global Institute
Currency Spoken Languages Available Transportation Famous Local Climate Places to Explore Airport Social Norms What to Pack
U-Bahn underground trains, S-Bahn regional trains, feet
Katarina Witt, Olympic Gold Medalist in figure skating, 1984
Four seasons – cold winters, hot summers, mild spring and fall
Brandenburg Gate – 18th century neoclassical monument that symbolizes both Germany’s division and reunification
Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL)
In Germany, if you’re not on time, you’re late, and they’re insulted
Backpack, comfortable shoes, sunglasses
Places to Explore
What to Pack