ATLAS Agora 2016

Practical Information

The Clifford Chance International Office team is always available to answer your questions and support you in organizing your stay in Hamburg; please do not hesitate to be in touch!

Bucerius does not have any on-campus or dormitory housing of its own. However, the campus is centrally located and easily accessible by public transportation.

We have reserved rooms for program participants in the following locations:

Motel One am Michel

Ludwig-Erhard-Straße 26
20459 Hamburg

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June 5-18, 2016 (13 nights)

Double Room

  • approx. 115 EUR/night
  • incl. breakfast
  • €747,50 per person

Single Room

  • approx. 90 EUR/night
  • incl. breakfast
  • €1.170 per person

  • Distance to campus: approx. 20 minutes (walking)
  • We have placed a hold on 8 double and 14 single rooms
  • Participants will be able to take advantage of this offer using the Agora registration form
  • Please note that this offer will be binding

Borgfelder Straße 16
20537 Hamburg

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June 1-30, 2016 (29 nights)

Single Room

  • Shared bathroom and kitchen facilities
  • approx. 350 EUR/month with proof of student status
  • A deposit in the amount of one month's rent will be collected
  • Check-in/out possible only Mon-Fri

  • Distance to campus: approx. 20 minutes (subway ride plus short walk)
  • We have been able to secure 10 rooms in this student dormitory
  • A letter of enrollment will be required to verify student status; without proof of student status, the cost will be approx. 495 EUR/month
  • Rented month-to-month (i.e. for the entirety of June, even if occupied only for two weeks)
  • Participants will be able to take advantage of this offer using the Agora registration form
  • Please note that this offer will be binding

You may also browse offers on Airbnb and the HRS Portal. On the former, Hamburg tends to be a hotspot for larger properties; you might consider booking something like this and splitting the cost with two or three other Agora participants.

If you require a visa for travel to Germany, we will be glad to provide an invitation letter. Please contact Kasia Kwietniewska.

Additional information regarding this subject is available on the website of the Federal Foreign Office.

  • Students will be provided with access to the library (open 24/7), computer labs and online legal databases at no charge; free access to campus wifi (eduroam) will also be provided.
  • A public transportation ticket will be provided to all participants free of charge. You will only need to purchase a ticket for transportation to campus on the first day; transit passes will be distributed at the Welcome Program. More information about the HVV, the local public transport association, can be found here.
  • Lunch and refreshments during the program will be provided at no charge. Participants will be responsible for providing their own breakfasts and dinners. Bucerius has a cafeteria and small cafe on campus; a list of what's being served can be found here.

Not including housing, you should budget approximately €350-500 for your time in Hamburg. Please keep in mind that this is only an estimate; your requirements may vary significantly, depending upon how much you spend on food, travel and other living expenses.

Keep in mind that public transportation within the city and lunch (Mon-Fri) will be provided.

Important Dates

Welcome CeremonyMonday, June 6
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Farewell LunchFriday, June 17
12:15 - 2:00 p.m.
Directions to Campus (PDF)
Directions: Getting to the Bucerius Campus