Germany is located in Central Europe, A magnet for architecture, fashion and design, Germany is ‘the happening place’. There is always something new to experience in Germany, whether it is visiting awe-inspiring palaces or the many theme parks. Its diverse culture allows for easy adaptability and inspiration.


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Population: 81,million
Main Language: German
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Berlin School of Economics and Law

FH Worms inside The Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) was founded April 2009 through the merger of the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) and the FHVR Berlin, a university of applied sciences for administration and law. The BSEL is one of the largest Universities of Applied Sciences in the city. It can leverage over 30 years of expertise and experience from both former Universities, each widely recognised as expert in their own fields.

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Berlin is the capital city of Germany. It has a population of 3.4 million people, and is Germany's largest city. 


FH Worms University of Applied Sciences

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Fachhochschule Worms (University of Applied Sciences) was established in 1996, although it had been in existence for a number of years under a different name. The school specializes in business programs and offers an intensive German language program at the beginning of each term. There are approximately 3500 students at this school.

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The City of Worms, in the Rhineland region of Germany, is very rich in medieval history. Today, Worms is a thriving
 city of 82,000 with a diversified economic base.

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Geisenheim University

Geisenheim University
Geisenheim University has been a leader in viticulture research since 1872; grounded in an applied science approach for its bachelor and master programs. Geisenheim predominately offers Viticulture and Horticulture, Fresh Produce Logistics and Food Safety, Economics and Marketing due to its proximity to Germany’s top vineyards.  

The town of Geisenheim is renowned for its high quality production of crisp Riesling due to its red iron oxide-rich soils.


Geisenheim is situated 64 km west of Frankfurt, located near the banks of the Rhine River.