Information events for prospective students

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Study Advisory Service: individual counselling available in the afternoon

Come and see us for advice. The Study Advisory Service offers individual counselling for school pupils and prospective students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 5 pm.

Registration:
Studienberatung@HTW-Berlin.de

The Study Advisory Service can also be contacted during the holidays and the non-teaching period. Outside of consultation hours, free information material about study programmes is available in the main building (Treskowallee campus, building A, next to room 140).

Study counselling

1-day seminar: How to turn my strengths into my profession

If you are trying to decide which profession you would like to pursue, this 1-day seminar at HTW Berlin can be very helpful. Working with the support of career advisors specialising in school leavers, the whole day will be dedicated to finding out which study programme is right for you.

The next dates are:

  • 29 June 2017
  • 20 July 2017

Please register by email. The seminar materials will be provided, all you need to bring is something to write with. You can use the cafeteria, canteen or snack bar on campus or bring along your own food and refreshments.

Pupils in a seminar

Topic for applications in 2017

When?24.02.2017 | 5 pm
Where?HTW Berlin, DE:HIVE, Game Design study programme, Ostendstraße 25, 12459 Berlin
Contact: Prof.  Susanne Brandhorst, Prof. Thomas Bremer

The aptitude test requires all applicants to individually complete an assignment. On this day, the assignment topic will be announced and explained. Information will then be provided about the content of applications and the procedure. Frequently asked questions relating to applications will also be answered. Afterwards, lecturers and students will be available to talk to you in person.

Feedback on applications for 2017 and VR Studio Open Day

When?21.04.2017 | 10 am to 5 pm
Where?HTW Berlin, DE:HIVE, Game Design study programme, Ostendstraße 25, 12459 Berlin
Contact: Prof.  Susanne Brandhorst, Prof. Thomas Bremer

This is an opportunity for applicants to receive feedback on their application documents. Professors and students will also be available to provide tips and advice. In addition to finding out important information about the study programme, prospective students can also try out virtual reality games developed by students on the study programme in the VR studio.

Information day and feedback on applications for 2017

When?12.05.2017 | 10 am to 5 pm
Where?HTW Berlin, DE:HIVE, Game Design study programme, Ostendstraße 25, 12459 Berlin
Contact: Prof.  Susanne Brandhorst, Prof. Thomas Bremer

This day is organised so that prospective students can present their application documents and receive tips from professors and students. In addition to finding out important information about the study programme (e.g. the curriculum) and gaining initial insights into studying (student projects and games, rooms, technical facilities), applicants have the chance to talk to students, lecturers and professors from the study programme in person.

Taster lectures

The taster lectures programme enables school pupils to participate in individual lectures and experience how teaching and learning works at university. It is also an opportunity to see which topics and subjects are addressed in the different study programmes. For information about suitable lectures, please enquire via the “Mitlaufen” programme to spend a day accompanying a student or contact the manager for your preferred study programme.

Lecture

Portfolio feedback

If you want to apply for a design study programme, you will need to submit a portfolio. To ensure you know what is important, HTW Berlin offers portfolio feedback sessions. Please bring your portfolio with you. If you do not have a portfolio, you are welcome to just come and listen.

Portfolio feedback

Mathematics group for school pupils in grades 5 and 6

In autumn 2014, two professors at HTW Berlin started up a mathematics group for talented school pupils in grades 5 and 6. The aim is to provide young people with a taste of academic life early on and to develop their mathematical abilities. The mathematics group can accommodate up to 20 young participants. It takes place on every Wednesday (except during school holidays) from 4.15 to 5.45 pm on the Treskowallee campus.

Contact and registration
Prof. Dr. Knut Hartenstein

Tutor explains a mathematical formula on the whiteboard

Kinderuni Lichtenberg (KUL)

The KUL opens its doors every year in November. Professors of HTW Berlin and HWR Berlin offer lectures in their fields of expertise in the Great Hall of HTW Berlin in Karlshorst. Interested children from the age of eight are warmly invited to attend. Different topics are presented every year, ranging from flying cameras and travelling to the stars through to fascinating facts about robots. Participation is free of charge and there is no need to register in advance. Adults are welcome to come along but are not guaranteed a seat.

Information and current programme
www.kinderuni-lichtenberg.de

KUL lecture

Homework support in Treptow-Köpenick

HTW hilft is a student initiative of HTW Berlin. Students offer free of charge support with homework for school pupils of all ages on Monday and Thursday afternoons. For further information, please send an email.

"HTW hilft" team