Located in Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, the University of Hamburg (Universität Hamburg) is also one of Germany’s largest universities with around 38,000 students. 150 different buildings scattered around the city form the core of the University of Hamburg although its main campus is located in Von-Melle-Park and the surrounding district of Eimsbüttel. The University of Hamburg has the following faculties: the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Human Movement, the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences.
How to apply
International students interested in studying at the University of Hamburg should follow this link where they can find information about the admission procedures, the studying opportunities, the language requirements and all element pertaining to their enrollment at the university.
Exchange students and scholarships
The University of Hamburg participates in the ERASMUS program and has an active cooperation with international partner institutions. The link of the International Office gives an overview of the University’s activities in this respect.
International students are eligible for scholarships and grants provided by DAAD