Due to the current Covid-19 situation, classes and teaching within the UdK buildings is only possible to a limited extent, and teaching takes place digitally wherever possible. Guest auditors can only take part in digital events.
Information can be found here
In order to participate in the digital course, you need to have access to the Moodle system of the UdK Berlin. For this you have to fill out the application form at https://moodle.udk-berlin.de/moodle/ and send it to our support team by e-mail email@example.com
The form can be found on the Moodle homepage on the right hand side under the login in the main menu.
Those who are not registered as students at any university in Berlin or the Federal Republic of Germany can become guest auditors. Berlin University of the Arts offers interested individuals an opportunity, within four weeks of the start of the teaching period (exact deadline can be found in the course guide), to register for individual offers of teaching as a guest auditor. All offers of teaching are open to guests, insofar as the lecturer is in agreement and there are free places. There are some restrictions, however. Guest auditors are not entitled to individual tuition (instrumental, vocal or scenic lessons) or studio classes and workshops. In addition, no examinations can be taken.
The course guide which appears at the start of every semester contains the full range of teaching courses on offer. The fee for guest auditors is 15 euros per semester for each hour per week attended during a semester.
Please find the information sheet here. (german version)
Please find the application form for guest auditors ("Antragsformular für Gasthörer") here.
Students who are enrolled at an other German university may participate as a so called
“Nebenhörer” in a limited number or courses on agreement of the teacher. This applies to Erasmus students, too.
Please find the information sheet (German only) here
Please find the application form for guest auditors ("Antragsformular für Nebenhörer") here.