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Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate education

Undergraduate Study Programs

Start your global career at Germany’s most international university

Study in English with students from over 110 countries at a top-ranked private university. Interdisciplinary study, individual mentoring & early research involvement ensure that you are well-prepared for global career success!

Undergraduate study

Meet the world on our campus

Constructor University is a private, state-recognized university, located in Bremen, Germany, and one of the most international universities worldwide. Founded in 2001, the university attracts highly talented and open-minded students from all over the world; over 1,800 students from more than 110 nations currently live and study on our residential campus, there being prepared for an international career in business and science.

 

Make a difference

Constructor University offers a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary untergraduate study programs ranging from the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering to the social sciences and economics. Class sizes are small and for each student a professor acts as a personal mentor and academic advisor. Students are actively involved in research from their first year of study.
On a campus where the whole world is at home Constructor University students graduate as responsible global citizens ready to use their acquired skills to make a difference in tomorrow’s world.

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Why Constructor University
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Attractive study programs
Study a major and a minor with the possibility to change the major in your first year of studies.
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International career opportunities
Earn an internationally recognized degree at a top university and get a head start in your global career.
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Home away from home
You will live in your own furnished bedroom in a modern two-bedroom apartment on our beautiful green campus.
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Vibrant campus life
Experience a vibrant campus life together with 1,500 students from 120 countries.
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Questions?
Get in touch.
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How to apply
Here you can find out about deadlines, the application process, and requirements to apply for your Bachelor's Program at Constructor University.
Do you have any questions or need consultation?

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Call us or write us – we are happy to help you with your inquiry.

Phone: 0421 200 4200
Email: study@constructor.university

Undergraduate FAQ

Students & Alumni
Paulina Pineda
“This place has taught me a series of life lessons, such as how to overcome challenges in a proactive way and the true meaning of friendship."
Paulina Pineda, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Mexico
Tarek Marei
“Inside the classroom you interact directly with your professors thanks to the small classroom sizes, which in my opinion leads to a better learning experience."
Tarek Marei, Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Syria
Emilia Ergin
“This is the perfect place to meet open-minded people that are aiming memories you will never forget."
Emilia Ergin, Integrated Social Sciences, Germany
Lynn Shiyayo Linkhanga
“I truly do look and think about my future in positive light due to the experiences that I have had on this campus!"
Lynn Shiyayo Linkhanga, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Kenya
Graduate Students

Meet the world on one campus.
Get your bachelor degree in Germany.


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Learning languages
Constructor University supports its students in acquiring and improving their skills by offering a variety of language courses.
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Community impact project
With the initiative “CIP”, Constructor University students in their fifth semester engage in major-related projects for the benefit of the community to create positive change.