SAE Institute BerlinLocated in the heart of Berlin’s international hotspot Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, the SAE Campus Berlin offers 2000m² of professionally equipped premises and state-of-the-art technology in ten departments.
Campus OverviewThe 2000 m² media school in the Cuvryspeicher building offers students a large, openly designed learning area with workstations for all departments, state-of-the-art sound studios, a green-screen studio, a radio studio and many other workstations in the middle of Berlin’s international hotspot Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, which is known for its diverse urban and cultural life.
SAE Berlin offers
An international and diverse community and vibrant campus life.
2000 m² of professionally equipped sound studios, numerous workstations, film suites as well as a green-screen studio with dolly, camera crane and Steadicam.
Located in the middle of the creative hub between numerous renowned media companies, innovative start-ups, agencies and studios.
Recording studios with seven excellently equipped control rooms and four recording rooms of various sizes.
48-Channel Neve 88RS Mixer
48-Channel Neve Custom 75 mixer
48-Channel AVID S6 controller with 5.1 Dolby Surround setup
Audient ASP 4816
Green-screen studio with camera crane, dolly and Steadicam
Large open work area with computer workstations for all departments
Large bright classrooms and project rooms
Lecturers from the industry, some with internationally recognized credits (e.g. Grammy winners).
And this is how you reach the campus
By Bus/Tram "Line 165 to Taborstrasse (3 minutes walking distance) or Line 265 to Falckensteinstrasse (2 minutes walking distance)"
By Train Line U1 to Schlesisches Tor (5 minutes walking distance)
Campus Manager Sandra Pohl
“I love being inspired by the diversity on our campus. Every day, people come together whose backgrounds couldn’t be more different, yet they all share the same passion. Students, alumni, lecturers and staff are all one community, the SAE Family, and it is a great feeling to be a part of it and to witness creativity in action.”