As a European capital with a population of 3.6 million, Berlin is an exciting and cosmopolitan urban setting. BCB's campus—nestled in a residential neighbourhood on the northeastern edge of the city—offers a quiet, green environment for focused studies. Students are well-connected to the centre of the city with a direct public transport line. Berlin's vast resources for cultural enrichment, professional development, and intellectual inspiration lie just a short tram ride away.
Steeped in history and always reinventing itself, Berlin is a fascinating place to study politics, economics, literature, art, and culture. History is kept alive in its streets, which teem with art and architecture, monuments, museums, and performance venues. International artists, writers, and scholars are drawn to its vibrant art, theatre, and music scenes. As the only liberal arts college in Berlin, BCB brings a unique perspective to Berlin's educational landscape, which features large public universities and research institutes, attracting students from all over the world.
Berlin offers a unique constellation of employment opportunities for students of the humanities and social sciences during and after their studies. As the seat of the German government and a key actor in European and international politics, many influential public sector and foreign policy institutions are based in Berlin. The thriving cultural scene hosts state-supported museums and theatres, as well as small independent theatres, galleries, and private art collections. As the city in Germany with the largest number of start-ups, Berlin has an impressive network of support services for entrepreneurs and innovators.