On the following pages you will find Information for students, scientists and artists coming to Weimar.
The bilingual brochure Guide to Weimar answers the most pressing questions related to your first stay in Weimar. And to get a very special first impression, please hava a look at "What´s up?", a movie clip made by Weimar students. Join us on facebook to stay up to date.
For more detailed information and useful tips please visit WIN, the Weimar International Network. WIN offers useful tips and informs about important events, brings international and German students together and facilitates the start of your studies. With our newsletter curious@bout weimar you will receive once a month useful information about university activities and deadlines, and find out about cool places to visit in Thuringia, curiosities about German culture, funny sayings and much more.
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar does not accept Free Mover students. Only students from institutions who have a bilateral agreement with us, are eligible to come to our University as exchange students.
Studying at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar offers many possibilities: You can complete an entire study programme and achieve your Bachelor’s degree or your Master’s degree. As a student of one of our integrated study programmes you can achieve a double degree or a Joint Degree.
You find an overview about the application, the courses and international degree programmes on our website.
ERASMUS and Exchange students
Would you like to conduct only a part of your studies at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar? Then study here for one or two semesters as an ERASMUS student or an Exchange student of our partner universities.
You find an overview about the application, the studies in Weimar, accomodation as well as preparations before the arrival and after the arrival on our website.
You want to achieve a Doctor’s degree in Weimar? Then you can come for your doctoral studies at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.
You find an overview about the options to achieve a Doctor’s degree at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar on our website.
Accommodation The university's international guest house called "IBZ" has a few furnished appartments available for doctoral and post-doctoral students as well as guest researchers, preferably with accompanying family members. For more Information click here.
Despite its relatively small size and picture-book qualities, Weimar is by no means a sleepy, backwater town. And although it’s famous for Goethe, Schiller and the Bauhaus, Weimar has something for everyone - whether you’re an art and culture lover, night owl, sport enthusiast or gourmet. And all of this in downtown Weimar where nothing is further away than a ten-minute walk. You can look forward to visiting more than 20 museums, four cinemas, the Deutsches Nationaltheater, several small theatre venues, student clubs and concert events.
In the following, you’ll find a small selection of interesting places in Weimar which we strongly recommend discovering for yourself. Have fun!
Weimar is influenced by various cultural events trough the year. Such as the Yiddish Summer or the Kunstfest "pélérinages" up to the biggest fair of Thuringiai: the famous "Zwiebelmark". In addition to that you are invited to visit one of the local theaters, like the "Deutsche Nationaltheater". Who rather likes to watch a movie, will find four cinemas in Weimar. They offer Hollywood movies as well as short films for famous directors.
If you think, Thuringians eat Bratwurst and potato dumplings only, you are completly wrong. Weimar offers a various number of restaurants with international cuisine. You can have a French evening with Coq au vin and Cidre, a chopstick fight at the sushi bar or traditional Turkish kebab. And who is looking to snack on something, can have a Curry- or a Bratwurst. The atmosphere of the cafés, pubs und bars ranges from "gemütlich" to stylish modern. A special place for students is the s140 Café close to the university.