Living and studying in another country is both exciting and challenging. And it means a lot of organizational and administrative work. When you come to study at the IGC you do not need to worry about this. Our team from International Student Assistance will look after you right from the start.
Enrolment and paper work
As soon as you are on campus, ISA supports you in getting all necessary . Next to enrolling we guide you through the most important stages of seattling in:
- Registration office (city registration)
- Opening of a bank account
- Clarification of your health insurance
Whatever questions might occur while you are here with us studying at the IGC - we will most probably know the answers because we have already dealt with many simular issues before:
- Information on the semester ticket
- General information about living and studying in Bremen
- Extension of your visa/residence permit
- Application for Job Seeker Visa
We support you in looking for an apartment or shared room. We provide information and contact details of several private and commercial landlords in Bremen. The cost for a single student room in a shared flat is approx. 300 - 380 Euro including all additional costs like water, heating, and electricity. Single appartments are starting up at roughly 450 - 750 Euro.
Excursions, parties, and cultural events - you name it. ISA is regularly organizing events for IGC students. Join in and get to know the students from other programs as well. So join in at get-togethers, sightseeing trips, the Christmas party, BBQ and excursions to several cities, such as Berlin or Brussels. Next to hard work, studying abroad is about getting to know the culture and having fun.
Let us know your arrival time and our ISA team is happy to welcome you at the airport or at the station. A friendly face is the best way to start your stay in Germany!
During your Orientation Week you will not only learn everything about campus. Also, ISA will organize guided tours through Bremen - get to know the city and your fellow students!
Bremen - right now!
1200 years of history as a port and trading city left its marks: Bremen citizens are open-minded and divers. Which makes Bremen a perfect study location.