For Ukrainian Students

Support for students affected by war.

Academy Executive Circular | March 7, 2022 |:
https://kh-berlin.de/ukraine (ger)
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weißensee kunsthochschule berlin is deeply shocked by the war in Ukraine. We feel responsible to help students and prospective students who are endangered by the war. We would like to support all directly and indirectly affected students within the frame of our possibilities and are currently working intensively on the offer of study opportunities at weißensee kunsthochschule berlin.

On this page we have created an overview with the most important information, which will be updated regularly.
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The General Student Advisory Service is the first point of contact if you are interested in studying art or design at weißensee kunsthochschule berlin. Together we will consider which support services best suit you. We advise you in detail about your study options. We coordinate and provide information on guest studies in your desired field as well as on the possibility of regular study through the university transfer procedure.
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Prospective students are welcome to participate in the yearly application process for undergraduate degree programs. Application period 11/1-10/12.
 

 


Guest studies and course offerings

For students who are at risk due to a war and would like to continue their studies in Berlin, we offer a free guest study program. With a proof of your current or completed studies in Ukraine (or also in Russia or Belarus and other countries), interested students can apply for a guest student status.

For information on course offerings and to apply for guest study, please contact: Susan Lipp!!

Guest studentships are available in the following courses of the

In the Fine Arts programs:

As well as in the artistic-creative projects (from the 3rd semester)
in the following departments:

    >> Bachelor: Textile and material design field, projects with Zane Berzina
    >> Master: Design- Architecture field, Master colloquium with Christiane Sauer

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Admission to studies via university transfer

For art and design students who have come to Berlin as a refugee of the war in Ukraine, there is the possibility of a regular admission via the Hochschulwechsel/Transfer with the corresponding placement in a higher semester. Students and guest students affected by the war can apply in May and December 2022 for the coming semester. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee of admission.

Interested students are welcome to contact the study advisor Susan Lipp!
 

Application to study (Fine arts and BA design programs for the 1st semester

People with refugee experience who aspire to study art or design and would like to study at weißensee are welcome to apply for the undergraduate degree programs from 11/1-10/12/2022 for the following winter semester (start October 23), more information can be found at:
https://kh-berlin.de/en/studies/applying-for-studies/ba-design-and-fine-art-programs
 

 


Further addresses and study opportunities in Germany for people with refugee experience

Study opportunities for refugees:
https://www.study-in-germany.de/en/

Here you can also find offers from German art academies with open admission procedures for refugee artists and designers from Ukraine!

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides a good overview about study and funding opportunities in Germany:
https://www.daad.de/en/the-daad/hilfsangebote/


 


Learn German in Berlin!

If you plan to study at a German institution of higher education on a regular basis, you will need to provide proof of language proficiency. For our offered guest studies you do not need German language skills, practical English skills are sufficient.

The Adult Education Center offers free language courses for people with refugee experience:
https://www.berlin.de/vhs/service/vhs-in-english/learning-german/courses-for-refugees/

More info about language courses in Berlin can be found here!

Unfortunately, we do not offer language courses, but the Humboldt University of Berlin (HU), the Technical University (TU) and the Free University of Berlin (FU) are preparing offers for this purpose. Please inform yourself on the relevant pages of the universities:

    HU: https://www.hu-berlin.de/de/hu/verwaltung/ccww/angebote-fuer-gefluechtete
    FU: https://www.fu-berlin.de/studium/bewerbung/Informationen-fuer-Gefluechtete/index.html
    TU: https://www.zewk.tu-berlin.de/v_menue/koop/angeboteexterne/angebote_fuer_gefluechtete/
 


Feel free to get in touch, we look forward to welcoming you!

Susan Lipp
studienberatung(at)kh-berlin.de


Room A1.03

Tel 030 47705 - 342 or -324 (Tue 2-4pm & Wed 10-12am CET)
Online counseling every Thursday at 2-3pm (CET): jitsi.kh-berlin.de/studienberatung

The Student Advisory Service will be happy to assist you with the application process and course selection.
 

Psychosocial counseling for students in Berlin

Students who have been affected by the war and need assistance with their studies and applications are welcome to contact the staff of the Student Affairs Office:


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Contact persons:
Student Counseling: Susan Lipp
Head of the Office of Student Affairs/ International office: Leoni Adams
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Psychosocial help to cope with all crises is offered by the StudierendenWERK Berlin. If you would like to take advantage of the psychotherapeutic counseling services, please inform yourself: https://www.stw.berlin/en/counselling/psychologic-counselling/psychotherapeutic-counselling/
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Here you can find the complete list of social psycholgical services in Berlin!
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The website of Doctors in Berlin for Ukraine (Українська) for those affected.
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Free gynecological care, psychological and social counseling for refugee women:
https://www.fpz-berlin.de/Balance-1004496.pdf (Українська)
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Our >>compilation of the most important counseling centers as well as help offers in Berlin.


Arrival in Berlin: Important Information for Refugees from Ukraine

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Information on registration, residence permits and further support from the City of Berlin at:
https://www.berlin.de/ukraine/uk/pributtja/ (Ukrainian)
https://www.berlin.de/ukraine/en/arrive/ (English)
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The Federal Ministry of the Interior and Home Affairs (BMI) has listed the most important questions and answers about entering the country from Ukraine on its website here.
 


Support and scholarships for refugee artists


Informative web portals in Berlin

Constantly updated information for the refugees, partially translated into Ukrainian and Russian:

https://www.berlin.de/ukraine/en/ (Englisch)
https://www.berlin.de/ukraine/uk/ (Українська)

https://www.germany4ukraine.de/hilfeportal-ua (Englisch)
https://www.germany4ukraine.de/hilfeportal-en (Українська)

http://berlin-hilft.com/
 

 


Public transport in Berlin

Ukrainians can use public transport in Berlin free of charge. You must have a passport or a Ukrainian residence permit with you.