The application period for winter semester 2022/23 runs from 1 June to 15 July. We offer a wide range of future-oriented degree courses, from Applied Computer Science to Industrial Engineering.
Developing sustainable solutions to the societal challenges of today and tomorrow. This is the goal of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.
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Current information, questions and answers about our response to the coronavirus.
International students receive financial support for academic excellence and exceptional social commitment.
The Centre for Migration Research and Integration Practice is an initial point of contact for prospective students who have fled Ukraine.
After two years of Zoom calls, meetings with professors from three US partner universities are taking place in person again.
Mykhailo Boiko from Ukraine is a visiting student in the international Information Engineering degree course. A profile.
Masks are no longer mandatory in most indoor spaces in Hamburg. Dr. Ursula Peschke explains why FFP2 masks continued to be recommended.
Starting in May, Student Center staff will be back on campus and available in person for all students and prospective students.
After fleeing Ukraine, Dr. Maria Fedoruk is now conducting research at the Life Sciences campus. She visited HAW Hamburg for the first time in 2017.
Ukrainian professor Dr. Vira Liubchenko has taken up a teaching position at HAW Hamburg. We met her for an interview.
Summer semester at HAW Hamburg has started, with courses being held mostly on campus. Here is an overview of corona-related information for students.
Workshop on quantitative data analysis with the University of Rhode Island includes teaching and research collaboration.
Marcus Bösch researches disinformation campaigns on social media. We spoke with him about the role of TikTok in the Ukraine war.