Cooperation partnerships & memberships
ASH Berlin benefits from excellent national and international networks. A number of partnerships focus on promoting subject-related and personal exchange. Others aim to create a connection between the university and practice in Germany or abroad.
The affiliated institutes (An-Institute) of ASH Berlin act as a link between the university and practice. As independent institutes with an external funding body, they work closely together with the university within the framework of cooperation agreements.
Since relocating from Schöneberg to Marzahn-Hellersdorf in 1998, ASH Berlin has been developing local relations in its new “home district” in a variety of ways.
The Cooperation Forum ASH Berlin – Marzahn-Hellersdorf was founded in autumn 2008. The founding members include citizens, actors from the district and members of ASH Berlin.
The Cooperation Forum meets regularly and sees itself as an informal active group of interested parties from the district and the university. It is open to anyone who wants to get involved in cooperation and communication between the university and the district, quarter and neighbourhood.
Further information about the activities of ASH Berlin in the district can be found on the website page of the WiPPs - project.
Interested individuals are welcome any time!
ASH Berlin maintains a variety of cooperation partnerships with a wide range of universities abroad. On the website pages of the International Office you will find a list of all partner universities of ASH Berlin in Europe and overseas.
This association was founded by representatives of German universities with study programmes in physiotherapy, ergotherapy and speech therapy with the aim of promoting therapeutic science in the German-speaking area.
The association develops cross-university initiatives to improve higher education for health professions. It is based on the concept of the “Hochschulen für Gesundheit” which cooperates with the World Health Organisation (WHO). The research, training further education and continuing professional development of these universities is oriented towards the health development of their respective region and taking public responsibility.
VFWG aims to promote interdisciplinary and interprofessional research in the field of the academic health professions in the German-speaking region.