Hamburg's largest university offers a wide variety of degree programmes — from art history and law to physics, with several courses taught in English.
HAW Hamburg focuses on practise-oriented research and interdisciplinary teaching.
Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) is a practise-oriented university in Hamburg-Harburg, with a focus on engineering programmes.
The most modern of Hamburg's universities specialises on architecture and metropolitan development.
The University of Fine Arts Hamburg (HFBK) was founded in 1767 and offers a wide range of subjects for higher artistic education.
Hamburg School of Music and Theater is one of the largest academies of its kind in Germany.
Are you thinking about studying abroad? Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, has a lot to offer for students.
Whether you're in Hamburg for a semester abroad or an entire degree programme ─ here's all you need to know as an international student.
Academies, colleges, and universities: see this list for a comprehensive overview of Hamburg's public academic institutions.
Academies, colleges, and universities: see this list for a comprehensive overview of Hamburg's private academic institutions.
UKE is one of Northern Germany’s largest hospitals, and boasts several research facilities.
With nearly 300 different libraries in Hamburg, no topic is left uncovered. See this selection for the most prominent libraries.
Moving to Hamburg for your studies? Start looking for accommodation now, and inform yourself about flatshares and student residences.
All students will have to consider how they are going to fund their studies. From grants to scholarships, we've listed some of the options.
Are you looking for a temporary or permanent job? Here's what you need to know about the local job market.
Hamburg's universities strive to ensure that all students, regardless of disability, can successfully complete their studies.
From physics and medicine to climate research: Hamburg is a renowned research location with several prestigious research facilities.