Are you over 18, want to study in Germany and don't have the Abitur?

Refugees from Berlin can prepare themselves with a German course to complete the Abitur on the second educational path.

The courses for the Abitur take place in several schools in Berlin. Day or evening courses are possible.

In addition, we support the participants with social education and are available for questions about residence law, social, psychological and everyday matters.


  • At least 18 years old
  • Knowledge of German (at least level B1)
  • A recognized school-leaving certificate; if there are no certificates, an entrance exam in mathematics is possible.
Phone: 030 66 64 07 – 23
Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Social worker and coordination
Mohamed H Chahrour
Social worker
Mauri Horky
social worker
Maryam Grassman
social worker
Appointments can also take place on site, depending on the arrangement by e-mail or telephone.

Telephone consultation hour
Monday 14 a.m. – 17 p.m
030 – 666 407 22

Turmstrasse 72th
10551 Berlin / Germany

Cooperation partners:
Berlin College
Peter A. Silbermann School
Evening high school in Prenzlauer Berg
Schoeneberg College
Victor Klemperer College
Charlotte Wolff College (CWK)
The project is funded by:
The SPI Foundation has been commissioned as the program agency to implement the project.