An entrepreneurial mentality and independence are the two pillars underpinning our instruction. The instruction is practical and involves personal interaction with the lecturers and professors, while practical projects prepare you for day-to-day work. The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) is part of the Global University Systems Network, which brings together students from all continents. It facilitates the global exchange of information as well as semesters and internships abroad.
The new City-Campus is located very close to the harbour and the river Elbe and offers cutting edge equipment, a sunny courtyard and poignant elements of a century-old architecture. The Campus Hamburg is located in Altona, and therefore in one of the liveliest districts of Hamburg. Here students find themselves in the heart of the traditional business- and media city and close to both professional application and real life right from the start. With 2,000 square meters at their disposal and live broadcasts from our radio studio, Altona is an impressive prospective campus for students from all over.
Hamburg, the so-called Pearl of the North! The beautiful inner city, the individual neighborhoods, the economic strength of the metropolitan region, and its steady growth make the hanseatic city one of the most attractive and largest economic, trade, and logistics centers in northwestern Europe. The city with the Elbe and Alster rivers flowing through it is Germany’s No. 1 media location and home to numerous world-class companies and a large number of prosperous SMEs. In short, Hamburg is a mercantile city founded on the principles of business: practical and cosmopolitan.
Elbchaussee – the street of villas and parks – multicultural Ottensen, business elite, creative scene, fish sandwiches, and caviar: Altona is Hamburg’s most diverse district. In this melting pot, the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) opened its new campus for the 2014/2015 winter semester, thus creating a mecca for students and teachers. Central and in the thick of it; there’s nothing left to be desired.
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Prof. Dr. Iris Lorscheid, Prorector Research and Program Director for DBDS in Hamburg will be online to inform you about the industry relevance of this inspiring Bachelor’s program at our University and the job opportunities that followed with it. She will also give a short lecture entitled… More
Take part in our interactive live session with Prof. Angela Harre. The trial lecture will take place on 18.11.2020 from 1:00 to 2:00pm via Zoom. Registration is required. Click here to register.
A corporate vision is a challenging and imaginative picture of the future role and objectives of a company. Prof. Polster will explain the concept and importance of such corporate visions and discuss certain criteria that help making a corporate vision successful. Further, we will take a look… More
Prof. Dr. Iris Lorscheid, Prorector Research and Program Director for DBDS in Hamburg will be online to inform you about the industry relevance of this inspiring Bachelor’s program at our University and the job opportunities that followed with it. She will also give a short lecture… More
The library is open to all university students and faculty for borrowing resources, as well as to the public as a reference library. More >
The International Office is there to help you plan your semester or to give you more information about our partner universities. More >
Get involved! Gain important practical experience and enjoy success by getting involved in an initiative of your choosing. More >
Interface and facilitator: We offer various platforms and individual advice concerning your internship abroad, career plans or our corporate contacts. More >
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