in Dresden


Your myStudies on campus Dresden

Are you looking for a city that is innovative and culturally absolutely unique? Then Dresden is exactly the right place for your start in myStudium! In addition to a lively creative scene and famous sights, the city in the Elbe Valley has a thriving tourism, convention and retail industry to offer. This diversity of industries opens up numerous opportunities for you to gain your first professional experience. And if you're in the mood to party, you'll get your money's worth in the Neustadt, Dresden's largest bar district. In addition, the Saxon metropolis is one of the greenest cities in Europe - with many parks where you can relax on warm days after your courses. 

* Subject to approval by the Thuringian Ministry of Economy, Science and Digital Society. We expect the Ministry's approval no later than the start of the studies. So far, the approval has always been on time.

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Breitscheidstraße 48, 01237 Dresden Send WhatsApp +49 (0) 3031193789 *Available Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm Write an E-Mail

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"The dynamic state capital not only possesses great innovative power, it also scores with a high quality of life. This is one reason why the city on the Elbe is so popular, especially with young people. So those who study at IU in Dresden in myStudium benefit from both: a future-oriented economic structure and a lively student flair."
Prof. Dr. Patrick Geus

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We are moving

From 01st March the virtual campus of the part-time studies programme is part of the IU distance learning programme and then takes place in this new environment. Nothing else will change for you: You will also benefit from interactive courses via video chat, smart online teaching and the exchange with lecturers and students.

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