(Actualizado 22/05/2017)

Web: http://www.srh-hochschule-berlin.de/en/international-focus/incoming/
Titulaciones: 233, 235, 238, 228
Código:D BERLIN21
Coordinador/a UGR:bdelgado@ugr.es
Nº plazas: 2
Nº meses: 9
Idiomas: ALEMÁN (B2), INGLÉS (B2)
Observaciones: Alummos de ADE-Derecho sólo podrán cursar asignaturas de ADE. Turismo en campus Dresden.

INFORMACIÓN ACADÉMICA OFICIAL



















SRH Hochschule Berlin has campuses in two different cities: one in Berlin (http://www.srh-hochschule-berlin.de/en/) and one in Dresden (http://www.hotel-akademie.com/en/). Both locations have different study programmes - please find further information on the websites.
You find more detailed information below and in the Application Guide attached. Please read everything carefully and follow the instructions.

APPLICATION

All applications have to be submitted via our online application system! Please note that we don’t work with paper application forms anymore.
Please follow the instructions carefully to apply:
STEP 1: Create your account on the application portal of SRH Hochschule Berlin using your own name and an e-mail address you check regularly:
https://campus.srh-hochschule-berlin.de/scripts/mgrqispi.dll?APPNAME=CampusNet&PRGNAME=CREATEACCOUNT&ARGUMENTS=-N000000000000002,-N000287,
STEP 2: Please choose the place of your study (Berlin or Dresden) and the degree type "Exchange programme" when applying. Fill out all mandatory fields, select the study programme you wish to study at SRH Hochschule Berlin and upload all required documents:
  • Passport Copy (picture page only) or: ID copy (only for EU students)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Current Transcription of records
  • Proof of sufficient skills of the language of instruction at SRH Hochschule Berlin (for a list of proofs we accept, please see the information in the language section below)
STEP 3: Submit your complete application.
Applications for the fall/winter semester 2017/2018 are due 31 May 2017. Please note that only complete applications will be accepted and late applications may not be considered.

SEMESTER DATES:

The semester dates (as noted below) include orientation and exam periods, all of which are mandatory for you to attend. There will be one Christmas semester break at the end of December. All dates are preliminary until final approval. We expect every exchange student to attend classes during the whole semester as our degree programmes are with compulsory attendance. Please only apply if you will be able to be in our university for the entire time period.
|| Study Programme
Fall/Winter 2017-18
Spring/Summer Semester 2018
Master in International Management / Master in Entrepreneurship (Campus Berlin)
4 September 2017 – 22 December 2017
5 March 2018 – 13 July 2018
All other programmes at Campus Berlin
9 October 2017 – 2 March 2018
26 March 2018 – 3 August 2018
All programmes at
Campus Dresden
4 October 2017 – 16 February 2018
2 April 2018 – 27 July 2018

VISA SERVICE:

Please note that most non-EU citizens must apply for a German student visa at the German Embassy in their home country before their arrival in Germany. Once in Berlin, a residence permit application must be filed with the local Alien’s Office. In special cases, a national visa may be issued which would cover your entire stay. These processes often take several weeks or even months to complete, so start as early as possible! For all questions related to visas and residence permits, you find helpful information on our website and may contact our Visa Service:

LANGUAGE SKILLS

At SRH Hochschule Berlin, you may attend classes in English or in German, depending on the study programme you choose. In order to follow classes and be able to pass the exams, it is absolutely crucial that your language skills are at a very advanced level (C1 highly recommended, but at least B2.2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). The lower your language skills are, the more challenging the classes will be and the more difficult it will be for you to pass the classes. Applicants, who do not fulfil this minimum language requirement, may not be accepted.

There are several ways to prove your language skills:
  1. 1. Official language test (IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, Cambridge, DHS, Test DaF, etc.) should be:
  • Taken within the last 24 months
  • Confirming the equivalent of a B2.2 language level (according to the CEFR for Languages )
  • Test must evaluate listening, speaking, reading and writing
  1. 2. Official letter confirming that the language of instruction of the degree program you are enrolled in at your home university is English/German
  2. 3. Official confirmation of successful completion of an academic English/German language class with the following requirements (which must all be stated in the confirmation):
  • Must have been completed within the last 12 months
  • Must include reading, writing, listening and speaking
  • At least B2.2 language level (according to the CEFR for Languages)
  • Adequate number of contact hours
  • Successful completion with an equivalent of grade “B” or better (grade “B” minimum refers to a grading scale of “A” to “F” with “A” being the best grade and “F” meaning “Failed”; detailed grading scale must be provided)

CLASSES

I invite you to take a look at the attached course descriptions to familiarize yourself with our academic offers. But before you do, please read the following information:
  • Bachelor students may only enrol in Bachelor level classes and Master students may only enrol in Master level classes
  • Incoming exchange students may not participate in internship modules, Bachelor thesis modules and Master thesis modules
  • In addition, there are several other courses which are not open to exchange students
  • There are limited spaces in all of our courses (especially the Bachelor courses which are taught in English)
    • You should therefore be flexible with your course selection and number of ECTS you want to achieve
    • You should consider taking courses taught in German (given that you have the required language level)
  • Choosing classes from different semesters and different study programmes will most likely result in scheduling conflicts
  • It is not possible to choose classes from different campuses. You have to stay studying either in Dresden or in Berlin during your exchange period.
  • We offer language classes for students who want to learn or improve their German, English or Spanish. However, we do not offer every skill level (beginner/intermediate/advanced) in every semester. Whether or not you will be admitted to a language class depends on your skill level (which will be tested during orientation) and on our offers and capacities.
  • The actual course schedules (timetables) will be finalized shortly before each semester begins.

Campus Berlin Applicants please note additionally:
• Once it has been finalized (most likely several weeks before the beginning of the semester), we will send you a list of courses that are available for exchange students in the upcoming semester. Only then may you choose your classes and submit your Learning Agreement (LA) or Course Selection Form (CSF). LA/CSF sent beforehand will not be considered.
Campus Dresden Applicants please note additionally:
• After you've been accepted to study at our campus in Dresden you'll receive further information about how to choose your courses. Learning Agreements (LA) or Course Selection Forms (CSF) sent beforehand will not be considered.

FINDING ACCOMMODATION

Students that are accepted to study at SRH must be aware that the search for accommodation can be competitive and time consuming - especially in Berlin. Accepted students will receive more information on how to find a place to stay in Berlin or Dresden with their acceptance email.