Officially founded in 1919, UHH is the biggest campus in North Germany, offering over 170 courses in a wide range of fields.
The Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg (HAW) focuses on practise-oriented research and interdisciplinary teaching.
The most modern of Hamburg's universities, HafenCity University (HCU) specialises in the 'Built Environment and Metropolitan Development'.
The Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK) was founded in 1767, and offers a wide range of subjects for a higher artistic education.
The Hamburg University of Music and Drama (HfMT) is one of the largest music and theatre academies in Germany.
The Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) is a practise oriented university in Hamburg Harburg, with a focus on engineering programmes.
With 17 different universities in Hamburg, a multitude of different libraries is capable of catering to every scientific branch.
Hamburg takes pride in its efforts to help refugees. Education is a priority to help refugees experience a smooth integration into society.
How to finance studying can be the main preoccupation of many students ─ but, from grants to scholarships, there are many options.
Are you thinking about studying abroad? Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, has a lot to offer for students.
The Universitätsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf is one of Northern Germany’s largest hospitals, and boasts several renowned research facilities.
Are you looking for a temporary or permanent job? Here's what you need to know about the local job market.
Learn where and how to get your foreign qualifications formally recognized by the Hamburg authorities.
Moving to Hamburg for your studies? Start looking for accommodation now, and inform yourself about flatshares and student residences.
Hamburg’s Universities strive to ensure that all students, regardless of disability, can be successful with their studies.
Academies, colleges, and universities: see this list for a comprehensive overview of Hamburg's public academic institutions.