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Studentendorf Adlershof offers modern and practically furnished accommodation in shared flats for students. High-speed Internet and finding connection to classmates and roommates – no problem if you live here. The nearby suburban train makes Studentendorf Adlershof a smart alternative for students of the TH Wildau as well.

Arrival
By public transport

By S-Bahn the student village can be reached from Adlershof station. From here you can either walk (10 min) or take the tram 61 to Karl-Ziegler-Straße. Alexanderplatz is about half an hour away and Zoologischer Garten Station and City West are less than 45 min away.

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From the airport

From Tegel airport you can reach the student village in about an hour - by bus (TXL) to Alexanderplatz and continue by S-Bahn to the station Adlerhof. From here you can either walk or take the tram 61 to Karl-Ziegler-Strasse. From Schönefeld you can take the S-Bahn directly to Adlershof.


By Car
The Studentendorf can be reached by car on the A 113 exit Adlershof. From the motorway exit it is only five minutes to the village. Kreuzberg and Neukölln are about 15 minutes away, Friedrichshain about 25 minutes and the city centre can be reached in about half an hour.


Universities
A) Freie Universität Berlin

The student village is not far from the institutes of the Freie Universität Berlin (FU). The FU is one of the most honorable German universities; the humanities in particular are world-renowned. The Charité is one of the most important and high-performing university hospitals in Europe, and joint medical faculty of the Freie Universität and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

www.fu-berlin.de

B) Technische Universität Berlin

Technische Universität Berlin The Technische Universutät Berlin (TU) in Charlottenburg is one of the largest and most important institutes of Technology in Germany. The traditional university is not only strong in the natural sciences and technology, but it also offers a unique range of social sciences and humanities.

www.tu-berlin.de

C) Humboldt Universität Berlin

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin The Humboldt Universität zu Berlin is the oldest university of Berlin. It was founded in 1809 and goes back to an initiative of the educational reformer and linguist Wilhelm von Humboldt. The HU is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, where since its founding numerous famous professors studied and taught in humanities, natural sciences and medicine.

www.hu-berlin.de

D) Humboldt Universität Berlin – Campus Adlershof

With more than 8,000 students, Humboldt-Universität’s Campus Adlershof is the pulsating heart of Berlin Adlershof - City of Science, Business and Media. The buildings, which were built between 1998 and 2003, provide first-class teaching and research facilities to the departments of Chemistry, Geography, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology.

www.adlershof.hu-berlin.de

E) Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht

The University of Economics and Law Berlin has about 9,000 students and is the result of the fusion of the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) and Berlin University of Applied Sciences for Administration and Legal Affairs (FHVR). The HWR in Lichtenberg offers both private and public courses in economics, administration, law, and engineering. The majority of programs are converted to a Bachelor or Master. In addition, the university has a number of dual degree programs in cooperation with companies on offer.

www.hwr-berlin.de

F) Universität Potsdam

The Universität Potsdam is the largest university in the capital of Brandenburg and the land of Brandenburg. The University has several locations, including the modern campus in Golm, north of the city.

www.uni-potsdam.de

G) University of Applied Sciences Berlin

The University of Engineering and Applied Sciences (HTW) Berlin with its 12,000 students is Berlin´s University of Applied Sciences. It offers over 70 practical subjects with bachelor`s, master`ss or MBA degrees in the fields of engineering, computer science, economics, culture and design. At both locations, Karlshorst and Schöneweide, the HTW has a well-equipped library, a modern computer center and offers a variety of sports.

www.htw-berlin.de

H)Technical University Wildau

The TH Wildau south of Berlin offers bachelor`s and master`s degree programs in engineering, economics, administration and international relations.

www.th-wildau.de

Shopping

Everything you need for daily errands is right here: Just outside the door are supermarkets, discount stores, pharmacies, bakeries, organic markets, weekly markets and numerous doctors. The Gropius Arcade in Rudow – Berlin`s largest shopping center, with many shops, restaurants and cinemas – is very close to Adlershof. In addition, it takes less than half an hour to reach Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt by S-Bahn.

Surroundings

Just around the corner from the student village you find the large landscaped park Adlershof, located between the Groß-Berliner Damm, Hermann- Dorner-Allee and Wrightallee. The park is built on the site of the former airfield Johannistal. In the park you can skate, cycle or just go for a walk.


Köpenick is within easy reach: with its cafes and restaurants, flagship stores, castle and the park, it is always worth a visit. In half an hour you can also reach the largest lake in Berlin, Müggelsee, with its many secluded beaches and beer gardens – some even with a brewery. A great bike route leads to Müggelsee and the Müggelberge. The forests north and south of Müggelsee extend beyond the city limits as far as Brandenburg.


South of Adlershof is the Lake District and Zeuthener See, Crossinsee and the Dahme where it is especially nice to swim, relax, and ride a bike. And remember: for skaters a 230-kilometer course is easily accessible by the regional train.

Altstadt Köpenick
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Strandbad Müggelsee
© fotolia, F. Seidel