Student Support Office

Open doors and open ears

It is the philosophy of Bucerius Law School to provide our students with the highest level of administrative support possible. We do this so you can concentrate on the demanding curriculum, get to know your fellow students, enjoy the city and simply make the most of your time here.

After admission, applicants receive a package with detailed information on important things to think about prior to your arrival in Hamburg. In the meantime, our dedicated team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about practical issues, such as accommodation and visa applications, as well as academic issues. They will remain your contact persons for any questions or problems you experience during your time at Bucerius Law School.

Magdalena Kaljaj, Academic & Student Affairs

Magdalena Kaljaj

Magdalena is your contact persons regarding all matters academic. She is responsible for the class and exam schedules, course materials, study trips, transcripts and certificates, recommendations, and questions relating to the social project.

P: +49 40 30706 187
E: magdalena.kaljaj(at)

Maite Anna Schewe, Marketing, Admissions, Student Services

Maite Anna is your contact person for questions regarding your application, admission procedures, visa issues or anything else related to the preparation of your studies at Bucerius. She speaks German, English, Spanish, French and Latvian.

P: +49 40 30706 226
E: maite.schewe(at)

Jennifer Gay, Academic & Student Affairs

Jennifer Gay

Jennifer is currently on maternity leave.

Edgar Kachere '13, Malawi

"It is only fair to say that the MLB Team is a special kind of team. Not only does it assist students academically, but it helps on even social adjustment and integration. Every time I had a problem, an MLB member of staff was always readily available and more than willing to assist. Truth be told, in my view, no other postgraduate institution beats the MLB Team on this. I trust that the Team will continue to do this for all the students coming after us.”


Edgar Kachere '13,