Located in the center of Berlin, the capital of Germany.
ESMT Berlin Campus is a noteworthy example of Germany’s modern architectural heritage. Until 1989 the building housed the headquarters of the East German government. After reunification, it was used in varying functions and was the temporary office of the German chancellor from 1999 to 2001. It has since been renovated and transformed into one of Germany’s most modern educational centers.
Located outside Cologne, ESMT Berlin Campus Schloss Gracht is a retreat where the Metternich family lived for centuries. Its modern facilities include three auditoriums, 11 seminar rooms, and 78 hotel rooms.