The following page offers general information about applying to Berlin University of the Arts and the study process here. Among other things, it provides information about the types of course guidance available.
Information for exchange students, international students and partner institutions in the context of the Corona virus
As Berlin University of the Arts, we stand up for freedom of teaching and research and fully support the struggle of Budapest's students and staff for the preservation of their basic democratic order.
Information about international academic exchange for students, teachers and employees of the UdK Berlin, as well as information for international applicants applying for a Bachelor or Masters programme at the UdK Berlin.
Here you can find all the informations about the current developments of the coronavirus and immediate measures at the UdK Berlin.
For artists in exil at the UdK Berlin Career College: Consulting and workshop-series for artists in exile
Conversion to a digital course programme, the diverse and varied classes start in June, and the registration is underway
How does communication develop? How diverse is our university? What are we doing for the climate? How well does online teaching work and how do we work in our home office? What are the effects on the arts?
On May 6th the "Satzung zur Verwirklichung der Chancengleichheit” was unanimously adopted.
Especially in times of crisis, the arts gain in importance, as they take a prismatic look at a fragile present or provide the tools for activism and change.
Who and how does one get into the art university - and out again? Who listens, who speaks? Which language? Who is considered suitable or talented?
In view of these events, the UdK Berlin feels compelled to take a clear position
Are you a journalist? Working for the media? Or a blogger? Then this is the right place for you to get in touch with the UdK Berlin's press office. Some of the information is only available in German, other topics are covered in both languages, English and German.
"May new days come as soon as possible." Musical greetings from Tokyo University of the Arts Geidai. Performed by President of Tokyo University of the Arts Prof. Kazuki Sawa.
In the digital course catalog you can find all lectures of all faculties.