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Academic calendar

Summer semester 2019:
04. - 08. March 2019 Hamburg Welcome Week
11. March 2019 Start of classes*/**
19. - 22. April 2019 Easter holidays
01. May 2019 Public holiday
30. May 2019 Public holiday
10. June 2019 Public holiday
28. June 2019 classes end
01. July - 12. July 2019 examination period**
13. July - 31. August 2019 semester holidays
Winter semester 2019/20:
02. - 13. September 2019 Hamburg Welcome Week
16. September 2019 start of classes*
03. October 2019 Public holiday
31. October 2019 Public holiday
23. Dec. 2019 - 03. Jan. 2020 Christmas holidays
17. Jan. 2020 end of classes
20. Jan. - 31. January 2020 examination period
01. Feb. - 28. February 2020 semester Holidays
Summer semester 2020:
02. - 06. March 2020 Hamburg Welcome Week
09. March 2020 Start of classes*
10. - 13. April 2020 Easter holidays
01. May 2020 Public holiday
21. May 2020 Public holiday
31. May 2020 Public holiday
26. June 2020 classes end
29. June - 10. July 2020 examination period
11. July - 31. August 2020 semester holidays

Hamburg Welcome Weeks: An orientation programme for guest students and freshmen to get to know Hamburg and the other new students.

* In most departments the higher level classes will start in the first week of the semester; in some departments the first week of the semester may be an orientation week for the freshmen or first-semester students. Please check with your department.

Public Holidays: On public holidays shops, banks and post offices are shut in Germany. There is increased traffic on roads, rail and at airports as Germans use these days for long weekends or short breaks. 

Note for Bachelor degree-seeking students:
Some engineering programmes offer a pre-semester maths programme to introduce first-semester Bachelor students to the level of maths required for the programmes. You will get information about this with your letter of acceptance.

Letzte Änderung: 14.06.19

An die Redaktion


»The class structure is very unlike anything I have experienced in American universities. There are no weekly graded assignments or tests; the only grade you receive all semester is based upon projects or exams during the final two weeks of school

William Addison, USA
BA Media Technology