Constructor University

Bremen  Germany

Study in English at Germany’s #1 private university! Constructor University is a top-ranked private, English-speaking university with the highest academic standards in research and teaching. The university offers interdisciplinary accredited master’s degree programs on its campus in Bremen, Germany and online. By teaching core competencies, interdisciplinary know-how, and intercultural skills, new generations of professional leaders are empowered to realize their full potential to tackle the world’s most important challenges and provide meaningful solutions. Constructor University’s green and tree-shaded campus covers an area of 34 hectares and is home to more than 1800 students from over 120 nations. It is located in the north of Bremen, a city with over 1200 years of history and maritime flair.

Why study at Constructor University?

Be connected with Alumni to expand your professional network & start your career with individual career service support

Boost your intercultural competencies by studying with people from more than 120 countries and outstanding study abroad options

Profit from the highest standards in teaching, interdisciplinary learning, early research involvement, and hands-on education

300

postgraduate students

8

programmes

#1

ranked in private university in Germany (THE Young University Rankings 2023)

Bremen  Germany

main campus

Computer Science (8) Mathematics (25) Engineering (12) Business & Management (5)

About Constructor University

Founded in 2001, Constructor University is today Germany’s #1 private university, according to THE Young University Rankings 2023. Graduate studies at Constructor University offer an outstanding, research-oriented education in all disciplines. Students thereby benefit from the university’s focus on research. They are invited to participate in real projects at an early stage, thus being trained for successful global career paths in industry, politics, society, or science.

At the master's level, students expand their knowledge, gain a specialization in an area of their choice, and develop their academic qualifications. At the same time, students at Constructor University are being trained to examine and analyze issues from various perspectives and across disciplinary boundaries.

A core focus of Constructor University is on developing their students' soft skills and language skills. Due to the diversity of the student body and their tendency to work in Germany, students are trained in (German) language skills and provided with country-specific information to prepare them as well as possible for the national and international job market. With success, 90% of the alumni found their first job within one year of graduation and 82% of the graduates received their first job offer in Europe or North America.



Become part of a global community! Study and live with students from 120 nations in a vibrant student culture. The tree-shaded campus offers excellent teaching and learning facilities, and many opportunities for students outside the classroom, with over 50 student clubs and over 100 student events per year.

The campus is close to the train station, which takes you to Bremen’s city center in just a few minutes. Around half a million people live in Bremen, including about 30,000 students, and it is easy to get around the city. Explore the historic old town with the town hall, market square, cathedral and of course the famous Town Musicians.

The city has many restaurants, clubs, museums, and other venues to discover. Bremen hosts the Freimarkt, Germany‘s oldest funfair, and the traditional Christmas market is a popular attraction for locals and many visitors from outside the city. You will find vibrant nightlife in the Schlachte area along the river Weser and the Viertel quarter. Bremen offers a great cultural scene with theater performances, concerts, festivals, and flea markets. You can enjoy the many green spaces in the city, take a trip to the Weser in the summer, or listen to a band in one of the city's music venues.

In addition, students can easily explore the entire region. Located in the heart of Europe, Bremen is a perfect starting point for trips to cities such as Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam, to name but a few. Bremen is also the only German city with an international airport, which is only a ten-minute drive from the city center.



Scholarships are awarded based on individual merit and worth up to € 10,000 per year.

Value of Scholarship(s)

up to € 10,000 per year.

Eligibility

All students are considered for an academic achievement scholarship based on their school grade point average (GPA).
No separate application is required.
Students are informed about their scholarship amount immediately following admission.


Deadline for applicants who need a visa to start their studies in Germany: June 30. Deadline for applicants who do not need a visa to start their studies in Germany: August 20.

Tuition for the MSc programs in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Data Science for Society & Business, Data Engineering, Advanced Software Technology and Supply Chain Management: €20,000 per academic year (9 months). Tuition for the MSc online programs in Supply Chain Management, Data Engineering Technologies and Data Science for Society and Business: €5,000 per academic year.

Constructor University is renowned for its extensive and generous scholarship program. Each applicant is considered automatically for a merit-based scholarship. Additional scholarships sponsored by external partners are offered to highly gifted students, depending on availability.

Constructor University is an English-speaking university, and the master programs are taught entirely in English. German language skills are therefore not necessary for the studies. However, some skills in German are, of course, useful for everyday life in Germany.

Yes. As a non-EU student, you can apply for an 18-month residence permit from your local foreign nationals registration office to look for a job that corresponds to your qualifications. When you have a job offer that fits your qualifications, you can choose whether to apply for a German residence permit or an EU Blue Card for the next part of your stay. Students from the EU are not required to have a visa or a Blue Card to work in Germany.


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Main campus

Constructor University

Bremen

Bremen

Germany