A unique place to have the time of your life
We see ourselves as guides for your future in management, offering you a high standard of quality and service. You are unique to us, and you will attend your course at a unique campus. Siemensvilla in the Berlin district of Steglitz, in what is now known as the Composers’ Quarter, is the home of our university. Here you will experience the combined campus life of BSP Business School Berlin and MSB Medical School Berlin. The shared location also supports our desire for transdisciplinary cooperation between management and medicine.
The Villa, with its historic architecture,
- was built by order of Friedrich Christian Correns between 1913 and 1916.
- It acquired its current name when it was sold to the von Siemens family in 1925.
- In 1928 the music lover Werner Ferdinand von Siemens had a concert hall added to the building, which we now use for lectures and events.
From 1941 to 1976 the villa served as the headquarters of the Ibero‐American Institute, and up to 2010 as the music archive of the German National Library. The garden pavilion is perfect for enjoying the beautiful, quiet garden and meeting with your fellow students. The Villa’s spacious facilities and splendid surrounding parkland offer you the chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of the capital city for a few hours and dedicate your mind to your studies.
In this exclusive setting you can enjoy the best time of your life – your student days – while laying the foundations for your future career in a unique learning atmosphere. Find more detailed information about the varied university life at BSP Business School Berlin, including our events, the library, our university sports and much more.