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Campus life at the HAW Hamburg

Campus locations

HAW Hamburg has four campus locations throughout the city. But whether you are studying at Campus Berliner Tor, Campus Bergedorf, Campus Finkenau or Campus Armgartstraße we hope you will feel at home with us. |more...|

Accommodation in Hamburg

It isn't easy to find accommodation in Hamburg but there are different options. We have a limited number of rooms in halls of residence which we can offer guest students. Or maybe you prefer to flat-share. We have collected tips and links to help you. |more...|

Student groups & networks

Starting a new life in a foreign country can be difficult and lonely, so make sure you join our weBuddy programme to meet new friends and get to know the city and join the orientation events and tutorials for freshmen to help you network and get to know the university |"Be a successful student" pages...|

Cafeterias & other services

At each HAW Hamburg campus there is a cafeteria and student cafes, where you can have breakfast or lunch, have a snack in the break or get a coffee-to-go between lectures. |more...|

University sports programme

Sport and fitness are an excellent way of keeping your head free of study stress. As a HAW Hamburg student you can participate in the university sports programme or use the fitness centre at Berliner Tor. University Sports Website (in German)

Student projects

Put theory into practice and join one of our student projects. Build the aircraft of the future, design and race a formula students racing car or an ECO car that runs on a litre of fuel. A great way to get practical experience and to make friends |more...|

Learning German

Making the most of living in a foreign country includes learning the language. The HAW Hamburg unfortunately does not have a language faculty and so cannot offer German courses, but there are other ways of learning German in Hamburg. |more...|

Letzte Änderung: 14.11.14

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»For foreign students alone in a foreign country, social contacts are very important...Our small group does lots of things together outside of the study programme and the professors know most of the students by name. It is great not to feel lost here

Svitlana Komar, Ukraine
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