Mittelweg 177, 20148 Hamburg, Germany
Universität Hamburg is the largest institution for research and education in northern Germany. As one of the country’s largest universities, we offer a diverse range of degree programs and excellent research opportunities. The university boasts numerous interdisciplinary projects in a broad range of fields and an extensive partner network of leading regional, national, and international higher education and research institutions. Sustainable science and scholarship Universität Hamburg is committed to sustainability. All our faculties have taken great strides towards sustainability in both research and teaching. Excellent research As part of the Excellence Strategy of the Federal and State Governments, Universität Hamburg has been granted clusters of excellence for 4 core research areas: Advanced Imaging of Matter (photon and nanosciences), Climate, Climatic Change, and Society (CliCCS) (climate research), Understanding Written Artefacts (manuscript research) and Quantum Universe (mathematics, particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology). An equally important core research area is Infection Research, in which researchers investigate the structure, dynamics, and mechanisms of infection processes to promote the development of new treatment methods and therapies. Outstanding variety: over 170 degree programs Universität Hamburg offers approximately 170 degree programs within its eight faculties: - Faculty of Law - Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences - Faculty of Medicine - Faculty of Education - Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences - Faculty of Psychology and Human Movement Science - Faculty of Business Administration (Hamburg Business School). Universität Hamburg is also home to several museums and collections, such as the Zoological Museum, the Herbarium Hamburgense, the Geological-Paleontological Museum, the Loki Schmidt Garden, and the Hamburg Observatory. History Universität Hamburg was founded in 1919 by local citizens. Important founding figures include Senator Werner von Melle and the merchant Edmund Siemers. Nobel Prize winners such as the physicists Otto Stern, Wolfgang Pauli, and Isidor Rabi taught and researched at the University. Many other distinguished scholars, such as Ernst Cassirer, Erwin Panofsky, Aby Warburg, William Stern, Agathe Lasch, Magdalene Schoch, Emil Artin, Ralf Dahrendorf, and Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker, also worked here.
Courses and programs offered by Universität Hamburg
What you get:
- a specialized research program
- a supplementary program including a language course, cultural events, guided tours (excursions, museums etc.) and da
The Health Economics Summer School operates within the Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE), which is home to over 70 researchers exploring medicine, business, economics, and social sciences to develop solutions to current and future challenges in health service provis
Using the two "migration states" of Australia and Germany as exampl
All Summer School programs include our supplementary program, focusing on German culture an
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by Martin Scheer from Germany
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by Martin Scheer from Germany
Testimonials about the different Summer Schools of the Universität Hamburg can be found at https://www.uni-hamburg.de/en/internationales/studieren-an-der-uhh/summer-schools/testimonials.html. In 2019, three Summer Schools are offered in Health Economics, Global Modernisms, and Biological Transitions.read more