Our memberships & associations
At a glance
The Association of Private Universities (Verband Privater Hochschulen) advocates for a pluralist education and represents the common interests of the private universities in Germany.
In the non-profit network for companies by companies 350 businesses and institutions with a combined responsibility for more than 2 million employees have joined forces to contribute to the demographic change.
SRH Hochschule Berlin signed the "Charta der Vielfalt" (diversity charter) to create a working environment that is free of prejudice. All employees should be valued – regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or worldview, disability, age, sexual orientation and identity. The recognition and facilitation of this diverse potential creates economic benefits for our organisation.
The "Stiftung Deutsche Wirtschaft" (German Economy Foundation) was founded in 1994 at the initiative of the Federal Association of German Employers (Bundersvereinigung der Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände) and the former president of the German Employers' Association Prof Dr. Klaus Murmann. The Foundation provides future-oriented educational offers to young people. The foundation's study grant agency supports university and PhD students of all disciplines with an extensive range of scholarships
Turkey and Germany have opened a new chapter in their bilateral cooperation with the Turkish-German University. In 2008 the foundation agreement of the bilingual university in Istanbul was signed by both countries, lead by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service). The university offers programmes in disciplines such as law, science, business, cultural studies, social sciences and engineering. The Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes are taught in Turkish and German.
Get your wings An initiative as part of the diversity charter (Charta der Vielfalt)
How do you inspire a young person and give someone wings?
Get Your Wings, an initiative that was founded by our students and Prof. Dr. Anabel Ternès, tries to do just that. The online campaign was voted among the 10 best campaigns for this year’s Diversity Day, is teaching children and young people to make their own decisions in life and to embrace diversity.
On the Get Your Wings website children and young people can hear stories from inspiring people from different countries and backgrounds such as economy, politics, science, sports, arts and culture. Via videos and interviews, the idols share what they have achieved and how they have achieved it. The videos are meant as a source of inspiration, life experience and knowledge and aim to show that it is ok to be different and to choose your own path.