Berlin School of Economics & Law
The Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) was founded in 2009 through the merger of the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) and the FHVR Berlin, a university of applied sciences for administration and law. The BSEL is one of the largest Universities of Applied Sciences in the city. The BSEL comprises three Central Institutes and five Faculties offering courses in private and public sector business administration, economics and administration, as well as law and security management. Its sector-specific or interdisciplinary programmes cover the fields of Business Administration and Economics, Public Administration, Engineering, and Law.
With over 7800 students and around 1200 graduates each year, the BSEL (in German: HWR Berlin) is set to become an influential third-level institution.
Courses offered through English
The university will put you in contact with an independent agency that sources affordable accommodation for students. The rent for a room ranges between €200 and €280 per month.