Source: ZE Studienberatung
“Freie Universität Students and Schools” (FUSS) is a project organized and operated by the Center for Academic Advising and Psychological Counseling. It offers a forum for more detailed, extensive sharing of information and experiences between students at the university and secondary school students. The FUSS program offers discussions of how academic programs are structured, the programs available, and the application and admissions processes at Freie Universität Berlin.
Interested high school students can register, visit Freie Universität in groups or classes, and then receive guidance from students at the university once they arrive. In individual cases, members of the FUSS program can also visit schools in Berlin upon request, offering high school students the opportunity to get detailed information, potentially sparking an interest in academic programs at Freie Universität Berlin early on.
What FUSS offers:
Informational events for groups of students at grade 10 or higher and before the higher education entrance qualification (Abitur) exam
The application process and admissions
How does an academic program “work”?
What is everyday life at the university like?
Available academic programs and possible combinations
The new academic program structures: bachelor’s and master’s degrees