Counseling for BIPoC Students and International Students

The various educational policies that are widely established and enforced in Berlin and Germany, result in discriminatory practices in admission to German  as well as in enrollment within German institutions of higher learning. Students with non-European passports suffer from stricter conditions for admission to study, enforced through intransparent and subjective recognition practices. Arbitrary educational certificates are required from foreign students by the private association Uni-Assist. This perpetuates the systematic exclusion of non-German students from German universities. These exclusions continue to be exercised in university systems and are visible through the questionable study preparation courses and the insufficient offers of accessible language courses. Furthermore, there is a great lack of competent counseling services and counselors for BIPoC students who experience discrimination and racism at the university.


Additionally to the student counseling services around acceptance, enrollment and studies,  we are also able to provide counseling - together with  the No Border Camp Berlin, around issues and general questions around residence law and issues with the Immigration office. 

Make an appointment via email:  nobordercampberlin_reloaded (at)

More information about time and place of the legal consultation can be found at:



E-mail: ris (at)