Founded in 1978, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) prides itself on interdisciplinary research and innovation, with first-class teaching and project-based learning at the heart of the university.
Engineering is a main focus of TUHH, with degree courses ranging from more 'classic' engineering degrees, such as civil and environmental engineering, to process engineering and bioprocess engineering. Other courses include logistics and mobility, and techno-mathematics. This wide range of degree options with a practise-based focus makes TUHH a top technical university. The campus in the south of the city is a hub for innovative learning, with links to many influential businesses and companies.
Tuition fees and entry
Like many other universities and academies, TUHH doesn't charge tuition fees. The availability of degrees taught in English make it an attractive university for many international students. However, a lot of the courses are also taught in German, and it is expected that you have an intermediate level of German in order to be able to study at TUHH. Therefore, TUHH does offer some help with learning German, through a variety of preliminary courses, as well as courses run during the semester.
TUHH's Center of Research and Innovation focuses on three main areas: green technologies; life science technologies; and aviation and maritime systems. In an important industrial port such as Hamburg, research is woven in with practical situations for targeted solutions. To further their status as a top research institution, in 2013, the TUHH created the Graduate Academy for Technology and Innovation, aimed at supporting early stage researchers, and thus supporting the growth of TUHH innovation.
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