Facts and Information: University

Katholische Hochschule für Sozialwesen Berlin

Köpenicker Allee 39 - 57
10318 Berlin
Telephone: +49 30 501010-0
http://www.khsb-berlin.de/hochschule/english-information/

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BASIC INFORMATION
Kind of Institution and funding body University of applied sciences, churchly
Year of foundation 1991
Total number of Students 1,382
Students at this campus 1,382
Semester contribution 207,41 €
Public transport ticket is not included.
Tuition fees There are no study fees.
CENTRAL SERVICES
Opening hours central student counselling please see university website (link below)
more information
Special features library All those interested can work in peace at the KHSB library and find a wide range of course relevant literature. These include about 76,000 printed books, 4,200 e-books, 200 current journals, DVDs and the degree theses of our students. All undergraduate students will be introduced to the library. In addition, further group and individual training courses are offered. Borrowing and return via self-checkout. During the lecture period, the library is open from Monday to Saturday. more information »
Foreign language courses English, Turkish, Sign Language. more information »
Special features University Sports The university does not have its own sports programme. The KHSB has entered into the administrative agreement on the university sports programme for Berlin. This allows students and all employees of KHSB to participate in all offers within the context of university sports. No specialisations. more information »
STUDENTS BY AREA OF STUDY
Medicine, Health Science 20%
Mathematics, Natural Sciences --
Law, Economic and Social Sciences 78.4%
Language, Civilisation Studies 1.6%
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science) --
Other studies --
TYPES OF DEGREES
Bachelor's degree 82.6%
Master's degree 17.2%
Teacher qualification degree --
Pre-Bologna degrees --
Other types of degrees 0.1%

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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.