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It only takes 20 minutes to arrive at our campus in Potsdam via public transportation from Berlin’s Mitte. Our courses take place in Studio Five on the grounds of Filmpark Babelsberg – in the heart of the digital hub of the Berlin/Brandenburg region.
XU Campus – study and live in the state capital Potsdam
Insider tip: Study in Potsdam! Between history, culture, design and future-oriented digital study focuses, the campus of the XU Exponential University of Applied Sciences offers a perfect environment for individual learning and collaborative project work. For a quiet minute and fresh air, then head to the Griebnitzsee, which is within walking distance. Does that sound perfect to you? Depending on availability, you can also rent your own apartment right next to the XU Campus. The best thing about it: In the morning it is not far to the lecture and in the evening you are almost as fast in Berlin as in the city center of Potsdam.
Directly to Berlin
Studying in Berlin often means long distances to fellow students and scarce living space. The decision to study at our university in Potsdam is for modern, climate-neutral studying, spending time together on Campus and at the same time an uncomplicated connection to Berlin. Only 20 minutes connect Berlin’s City West with our Campus in Potsdam. The S7 runs as scheduled every 10 minutes from the Griebnitzsee S-Bahn station. The study takes place in Studio Five on the grounds of the Babelsberg film park – the digital hub of the Berlin/ Brandenburg region, which can be reached within walkind distance from the S-Bahn.
The symbiosis between architecture, design and state-of-the-art equipment provides a unique learning environment that creates space for interaction and flexible learning outside the lecture halls. Our campus encourages project-based digital and applied learning, active experimentation, prototyping and innovation.
Wanted and found apartments at the XU Campus!
Students at the XU Exponential University can also rent one of the 42 furnished apartments in the immediate vicinity of the campus (if available).
(c) Fotos: Andreas Schwarz