Studienkolleg Düsseldorf is situated in the attractive Flingern-North district in the heart of the Rhine metropolis Düsseldorf. The central location close to the city-centre, in the heart of this vibrant “in” district is the ideal starting point for you; outside class, you can discover the culture and mentality of the state capital from here and fully immerse yourself in life.
The Rhine Metropolis Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf is the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and with approximately 600,00 inhabitants the second-largest city in No North Rhine-Westphalia. Centrally located near the Rhine and amidst the metropolitan Rhine-Ruhr region, Düsseldorf is one of the most important business locations in German and home to several universities with a total of approximately 46,000, including the famous Düsseldorf Academy of Art and the Heinrich Heine University.
Culture and Leisure: The range of cultural and leisure activities on offer is very broad and particularly suited for young people. Düsseldorf’s many concert halls often feature internationally famous stars. Likewise, there are plenty of museums and varied exhibitions for art lovers to discover.
Shopping: The shopping available covers the entire spectrum, ranging from glamorous and exclusive on the world-famous Königsallee shopping street to trendy and freaky in the “in” districts.
Nightlife: Düsseldorf is well-known for its nightlife. The plentiful breweries, cafés, bars and discos of Düsseldorf’s old town have earned it the nickname “the longest bar in the world”. On weekends, it is crowded with revellers. Those who consider the old town too crowded and prefer a somewhat more sophisticated ambience are catered for by the Media Harbour. The clubs there often feature international top DJs. In addition, there are many student parties and a wide choice of alternative clubs and bars in the trendy districts.
Flingern-North: Flingern-North is situated east of the city-centre and has evolved from a former working-class residential area into a bustling, trendy and multicultural “in” district featuring a broad range of shopping opportunities and cultural offerings. There are numerous bars and cafés, distinctive fashion and jewellery stores, various artists’ studios and galleries and even the district’s own theatre. Outside class hours, there is plenty to see and do right outside the Studienkolleg. Or you can simply sit and relax in a street café. Owing to the bus and train stops in the immediate vicinity, you are furthermore very mobile and able conveniently to explore the city-centre and other districts. The main railway station is just one subway station away.