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Campus Life

A great place to study
Welcome to Dresden

A youthful student town with many traditions Dresden – Much more than a city of culture and leisure.

Dresden is one of the most attractive mid-sized cities in Germany – especially for students. And for many reasons: the moderate rental prices, the comparatively low cost of living, many attractive cultural events, a modern university library, the excellent shopping, an impressive city architecture and a beautiful setting in the Elbe Valley, make the city of Dresden extremely popular. All this, plus events at the Campus Dresden, brings students from 24 different countries together. This makes the Dresden School of Management a first-class location to study as it´s in the heart of the city – and right at the pulse of the industry.

Beyond the horizon – Intercultural lunch breaks Intercultural communication in living colour

Each year the students of the module Intercultural Communication invite their fellow students to an Intercultural Lunch. They inform one another not only of their own, but of other countries and cultures as well. Besides interesting information, they enjoy local dishes and drinks of the respective nations, everything from Thai Curry to Belgian Waffles.

Impressions from the Welcome Week WS 2020/2021

Participation desired – The Student Council Bringing the campus together

Only if we know what motivates our students, the Campus Dresden can constantly improve and become more attractive. To this end, we have a Student Council consisting of 25 students. They actively promote the interests of our students and strive to build upon the reputation of our campus.

In addition, the Student Council initiates parties and events, where students can get to know each other better. And that is not all...