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Start of studies
Every year, the University of Bremen invites its new students to Theater Bremen. Among other items on this yearâ€™s program were the University Choir, Julia Engelmann, and Flo Mega.
The first week
A very warm welcome to the University of Bremen! Some 20,000 students are enrolled at the University of Bremen, a good 25% of them first semester students. They are all streaming back on to the campus for the start of winter semester.
Tutors are there to help
The University of Bremen trains the engineers of tomorrow â€“ but it is understandable that many freshers experience initial difficulty coming to grips with their subjects. The tutoring program in production engineering comes to the rescue.
The Bremen Drop Tower
The most striking campus building is the drop tower. It is home to the Center for Applied Aerospace Technology and Microgravitation (ZARM), Europeâ€™s only large-scale research facility for conducting experiments under conditions of zero gravity.