Studying and living in Görlitz

In Görlitz, the Studentenwerk Dresden operates a dormitory in the Vogtshof directly in the historic old town not far from the banks of the Neisse River. The Vogtshof dormitory offers students approximately 230 places in single rooms and apartments of varying sizes and furnishings:

Görlitz residence hall One-room flat or apartment in Görlitz Shared apartment in Görlitz
Wohnheim Vogtshof in der Görlitzer Altstadt

Further offers of the Studentenwerk in Görlitz

The food supply in Görlitz is also ensured by the Studentenwerk. There is a beautiful new refectory - the MiO - Mensa im Osten directly near the university. In addition, the Studentenwerk regularly offers consulting services and cultural support.

Study in Görlitz

The Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences offers a diverse range of courses in Görlitz. Around 2,500 students are currently enrolled at the university. Due to the comparatively small numbers, the Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences can guarantee intensive work and individual support for students.

A decisive factor that characterizes studying in Görlitz is the immediate proximity to the neighboring country of Poland. The university is actively involved in an intercultural exchange with the neighboring country. Knowledge transfer, joint research and projects, active cultural exchange as well as scientific networking and cross-border local transport are just a few examples of the forms of international cooperation.

Things to experience besides your study

In Görlitz you will find numerous historical monuments of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque to a closed Gründerzeit ensemble and some buildings of Art Nouveau. The beautiful historical flair of the city invites you to stroll through the streets, through the museums and galleries and to linger in cafes or restaurants. A visit to the theater or cinema in the evening or a pub crawl - Görlitz has something to offer for everyone. Regular events and festivals, such as the street theater festival "ViaThea" and the Old Town Festival, further enliven the cityscape.