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Study Orientation Brandenburg: The Studi'O Days go into the second Round from the 7th – 11th of June 2022

Illustration Studi'O Days des Netzwerks Studienorientierung Brandenburg
© Christoph J Kellner, Netzwerk Studienorientierung

With its premiere in April 2021, Studi'O Days addressed prospective students nationwide with the aim of supporting them in choosing their desired degree programme in the state of Brandenburg. From the 7th to the 11th of June 2022, the unique, cross-university format of Brandenburg's state universities will now enter its second round.

Under the motto "Back to Campus", the Studi'O Days will take place both via live streams and in person. Free of charge, first-hand information from students and student advisors and – this is new: in cooperation with partners such as the Studentenwerk Potsdam and Studentenwerk Frankfurt (Oder) as well as the Dual Studies Agency, the five-day event will cover topics such as applications, financing, housing options for students, prospects for studying abroad, university and degree programme introductions and the opportunities for dual studies in the state of Brandenburg.

"Alles Watt ihr Volt" – this is not just the title of one of the opening events, here on the engineering degree programme at Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, because the Studi'O Days programme leaves hardly a question about the Brandenburg higher education landscape unanswered. The Studi'O Days will culminate in two university information days at two universities in the state – live, on campus, with music and finger food. On the 10th of June, the University of Potsdam will kick off its University Information Day (HIT) from 9.00 am to 3.30 pm at the Griebnitzsee campus. The detailed and extensive programme is available here. On the 11th of June, the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde invites you to the Waldcampus between 9.30 am and 6.00 pm with course presentations, excursions, but also technical demonstrations and student advisory services for all courses. Programme information is available here.

The Studi'O Days will be accompanied by an Instagram live countdown to the event and an Instagram takeover by students on the Instagram channel of the Brandenburg Study Orientation Network @deine.stubb. The universities involved in Studi'O Days include the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde, University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg, University of Applied Sciences Wildau, University of Potsdam, University of Applied Sciences for Finance Königs-Wusterhausen and - new this year: Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf.

Information about the Studi'O Days, including the full programme and access to all online streams, can be found on the website of the Brandenburg Study Orientation Network – – the most important point of contact for anyone interested in studying in the state of Brandenburg.

About the Brandenburg Study Orientation Network

As an independent association of the major state universities in Brandenburg, the Brandenburg Study Orientation Network supports prospective students in their search for their personal path to university. The focus is on those seeking advice. By providing sustainable, cross-university information and personal counselling services, young people are encouraged to explore the diversity of the higher education landscape. The basis is a joint concept for study orientation that has been established for many years, as well as the cross-institutional expertise of an experienced team, which presents a wide range of study options in cooperative events at schools and universities and thus better meets the diverse inclinations and interests of prospective students. A binding didactic concept as well as joint information and teaching materials enable comprehensive work in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region, regardless of the range of programmes offered by individual universities. The network's central coordination centre also guarantees easy access for teachers and enables joint appearances by all participating universities without any coordination effort on the part of the schools. The Brandenburg Study Orientation Network operates on a non-profit basis, free of charge and is regularly evaluated across all universities.