Login

  • Receive cooperation and
    job offers as well as access to the
    pinboard...here

Login

  • User (Email)
  • Password
  • Forgot password 
  • Anmeldung für Unternehmen, Interessierte, Jobs und Pinboard … hier

Out In

Study at Babelsberg

A world-leading cluster of research and education

Babelsberg is one of the most attractive places to study media and information technology in the world. Students of various study paths at the University of Potsdam and other institutes enjoy an enormously productive, exciting, and entertaining experience that amounts to a highly valuable education.

HFF Blick


Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF
Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF is the biggest and one of the most modern film academies in Germany. Located in the heart of Babelsberg Media City and only a short distance away from the Babelsberg Film Studios its eleven study programmes - BA and MA - offer comprehensive education for careers in film, television, and new media.
With its unique educational approach that focuses on both, craftsmanship and teamwork, its successful artistic productions and innovative research projects, Film University Babelsberg plays a decisive role in shaping the future of moving images.
In addition, the university's continuing education programmes and events allow for the discussion of cultural, social, and political issues.

More information


University of Potsdam
Founded only 22 years ago, the university today is the largest one in Brandenburg and has 20,000 enrolled students. Connected with numerous research institutions, it provides five faculties: law, philosophy, human sciences, economics and social sciences, and mathematics and natural sciences.

More information


Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI)

The HPI provides a practical training to young talented people who want to become IT engineers.

As a centre of excellence for IT systems engineering, the HPI also conducts first-rate research for prestigious employers in the private sector. Based in Potsdam and Palo Alto (USA), it is supported by professor Hasso Plattner.

More information

Up ∧
Facebook Twitter alt alt