• Henry Koerner Hall

    On May 14, Bard College Berlin celebrated the inauguration of its new student residence, Henry Koerner Hall. Read More
  • Commencement 2019

    Bard College Berlin’s eighth graduating BA cohort consists of 50 students from 28 countries. Read More
  • Bard College Berlin

    Students studying U.S. and German accredited undergraduate programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences based on small-group teaching Academics >>
  • Campus Life

    Student enjoying a beautiful day on campus  Bard College Berlin’s campus is located in a quiet, green, and secluded neighborhood perfect for study. Campus Experience >>
  • Berlin as a Learning Place

    Excursions, partnerships, and the internship program enable students to take full advantage of Berlin’s cultural and intellectual possibilities. Internship program >>
  • Civic Engagement

    Through student-led projects and volunteer work, Bard College Berlin supports involvement with public life outside the classroom. Civic Engagement >>
  • Program for International Education and Social Change

    Bard College Berlin supports young individuals from regions of crisis to continue and complete their higher education. PIE-SC Program >>
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Meet our Community

Omar Haidari
Omar Haidari

BA in Humanities, the Arts, and Social Thought (2021)

This is the first time that I have ever been in a place filled with so much diversity, yet have the feeling that we are all equal. This is a special feeling for me.
Michal Stroka
Michal Stroka
(Czech Republic)

Attended: BA in Economics, Politics, and Social Thought (2018)

The liberal arts approach broadened my understanding and awareness of where and how economics fits within our societies.
Agata Lisiak
Agata Lisiak

Professor of Migration Studies

Our small, discussion-based seminars encourage students to doubt established opinion and ask vital questions, to think critically and clearly, and to challenge themselves (and others) to reach beyond their intellectual comfort zones.