Berlin and Brandenburg

Berlin and Brandenburg together form the German capital region in the center of Europe. The interrelationships in areas such as economy, labor market, transport, education, science, energy, health and the environment are nationwide unique.  


Nature and Culture

Brandenburg region is more than just a vibrant economic area. The region offers a special alternation between peace and action, a diverse interplay of nature and culture. While it is an industrial state, located at the center of major European routes, it also benefits from beautiful natural landscapes which are perfect for recreation and leisure.

Brandenburg is blessed with 3,000 beautiful lakes and huge forests making it a perfect spot for relaxation as well as sports activities such as hiking and cycling. The proximity to Berlin enables an almost infinite range of cultural activities. And yet you can quickly withdraw from the big city at any time and enjoy life in the quiet suburbs and communities.

Boasting splendid palaces, lush landscaped parks, historic castles, country manors and gardens, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam (Prussian Palaces and Gardens) with over 1,000 years of history, the sparsely populated Uckermark district is imagined as a Tuscany of the north. The Spree Forest is a little Venice with its busy network of rivers and canals, and a plethora of museums, galleries, concert halls and theatres charm and entertain residents and guests alike.

Brandenburg is Prospering

In the recent years, Berlin-Brandenburg has been recognized as one of the most dynamic federal states in Germany and is a pioneer in renewable energies. Furthermore, the European Commission has honored Brandenburg by naming it a “Region of Excellence”.

Various national and international companies found an exceptional potential in this region for business and same goes for people of different professional backgrounds for its quality of life. Small towns and villages offer space for stressed city dwellers and young families.

The newest addition of the national and international companies nestled in Brandenburg region is the newly opened international BER airport and the Gigafactory of the global corporation Tesla is being built within the proximity.

Please be invited to discover our private schools in the heart of the vibrant and diverse Brandenburg region.

Tesla Gigafactory and BER International Airport

Presently, these are the two major employers to create thousands of jobs in the region. The Tesla Gigafactory alone will initially create 12,000 new jobs. And once it is on full operations, up to 40,000 employees shall be employed. We expect an influx of more than 100,000 people in the region over the next few years.

The BER International Airport replaced nearby Schönefeld, Tegel and Tempelhof airports and became the single commercial airport serving Berlin and the surrounding state of Brandenburg. With projected annual passenger numbers of around 34 million, Berlin-Brandenburg Airport is set to become the third busiest airport in Germany surpassing Düsseldorf Airport and making it one of the fifteen busiest in Europe.

Number of new jobs
Expected influx to the region
> 0

Tesla – Made in Brandenburg

Tesla is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company. Tesla’s current products include electric cars, battery  energy storage from home to grid scale, solar panels and solar roof tiles, as well as other related products and services. Tesla ranked as the world’s best-selling  plug-in and battery electric passenger car manufacturer in 2019.

Tesla is one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers. The American group ranks second among the most valuable automakers. Tesla’s mission from the start is to promote the use of sustainable energy.

Tesla is also relying on sustainable energy solutions in other areas in order to promote the switch to renewable energies. Electricity storage systems and solar collectors are also part of the Tesla portfolio.

With its sustainability concept, Tesla fits perfectly into our green region. Tesla Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg is said to be the most advanced high-volume electric vehicle production plant in the world. The Gigafactory will be an ideal work environment with modern and sustainable features. Situated in the municipality of Grünheide and its natural surroundings, an extensive infrastructure of bicycle ways, roads and highways, direct train connections as well as close to the new international airport BER will ensure convenient accessibility, from the vibrant city of Berlin nearby and to the broader region of Germany and Europe.

World’s Largest Battery Factory

In addition to the new Tesla Gigafactory in Grünheide, the world’s largest Tesla Battery factory will now also be built here. Another drive and upswing for Brandenburg.


Berlin is the capital city of Germany and is surrounded by the state of Brandenburg. The city is large in history with plenty of cultural and leisure activities. Numerous global corporations are based here too, which makes Berlin-Brandenburg one of the largest commuter regions in Germany.

Due to the good infrastructure, you can reach the capital city Berlin in less than an hour by car driving through Berliner Ring or by train. Enjoy its vibrant lifestyle, diverse culture and rich history in the heart of Europe.

Few of the must-visit places in Berlin:

Brandenburg Gate

    • A neoclassical monument that has stood through the city’s history since the 18th The gate is a symbol of separation between East and West Berlin, and is probably one of the most significant landmarks in the city.
    • Berlin Wall (East Side Gallery) 
      A 1,316-meter-long gallery where 105 paintings by artists from all over the globe can be found. This memorial stands both as a symbol of joy over the end of Germany’s division and as a historical reminder of the inhumanity of the GDR border regime.
    • TV Tower
      Built as a Soviet symbol of power in East Berlin, the TV Tower is to Berlin as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris when it comes to architectural city icons.
    • Reichstag
      Is where political history or current affairs, the seat of the German parliament and a stunning work of architecture. It’s a Neo-Baroque design with a futuristic dome built on top.
    • Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral)
      A Neo-Renaissance style building built in 1905.
    • National Gallery
      Incredible collection of works spanning from Neoclassicism and Romanticism through to French Impressionism and early Modernism, including pieces by Manet, Monet and Cézanne.
    • Topography of Terror
      It was once the headquarters of the Nazis’ secret state police, the SS (Schutzstaffel).
    • Victory Column
      Is symbol of Prussian military victory in the 19th century.
    • Zoo
      20,000 animals from almost 1,200 species live in the world’s most species-rich zoo. The Zoo is approximately 33-hectare large park.

    Aside from these listed must-visit places, there are a lot more world-class museums and activities you can do in the capital. There are also countless of shopping opportunities and versatile cuisine to check out for.

    Here you can find out how natural and yet diverse our school locations are.