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University of Hanover, Germany

University of Hanover, Germany



University of Hanover
University of Hanover

Leibniz Universität Hannover


Hanover University is a state funded college situated in Hanover, Germany. Established in 1831, it is one of the biggest and most seasoned science and innovation colleges in Germany. In 2014/15 the college enlisted for 25,688 understudies. The University has nine resources, offering 190 full-time programs in 38 zones of study.

Colleges and Staff

The University has nine faculties with more than 190 degrees of full or partial full-time degrees, making the University the second largest institution of higher education in Lower Saxony. The University also has 2930 faculty members in research and faculty, 321 of which are professors. The University has 1810 additional administrative staff, 90 trainees and approximately 1,400 staff members funded by third parties. Among the faculties:
Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Sciences
Faculty of Economics and Administration
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Faculty of Humanities
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Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Natural Sciences


Accompanying

The University has more than 160 campus buildings with an area of ​​322700 m2 of floor space


Budget


The general budget of the university was about 44.1 million euros in 2013, the budget distributed as follows:
Income is 2.226 million according to the annual report
External financing amounted to € 101,800,000
Special funds from Lower Saxony amounting to 58.3 million euros
€ 423 million of other income
€ 16,800,000 from student contributions


GISMA Business School

The GISMA school was launched in Hanover, Germany in 1999 as a joint initiative by the state of Lower Saxony and private sector institutions in Visibility. GISMA is a privately funded institution of higher education and self-management. She follows a school closely with the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University (Indiana, USA) and Libnez University in Hanover, Germany. GISMA also collaborates with the TiasNimbas School of Business, University of Tilburg and Technology UNIVERSITEIT Eindhoven (Netherlands) and the Faculty of Business Administration at CEU Central European University (Hungary). 
GISMA offers MBA degrees as a team with its accomplices: Krannert School of Management at Purdue University (Indiana, USA) and Libnez University in Hanover, Germany. The scores can be taken after either full-time (in 11 months) or low maintenance. Notwithstanding MBA programs, the GISMA College offers tailor-made courses for regulatory staff and in addition open courses.


Location

Hanover University is located at the intersection of all the main transport networks in Germany, the cultural and economic center of the German state of Lower Saxony. Hanover is located in the heart of the region about 1.2 million people, surrounded by many lakes, forests and hills.

The site of the University of Hanover is located in Castle Welfen, in the center of the famous Herrenhausen royal gardens, which dates back to the first school with 64 pupils, founded in 1831. Currently, the University has about 25,000 students, 4,000 of whom are international students with more than 2,000 academics at a university of 9 faculties with more than 160 departments and institutes. This diversity of academic and scientific disciplines combined with high quality research and excellent study conditions makes Hanover University an attractive study interface, to include library facilities, research centers such as Laser Lab, Water Wave Testing Center, Production Engineering Center, Computer Center, , And Language Center.

The city offers many parks and picturesque gardens, which have contributed to the reputation of the city as a "green city" and the famous royal gardens in Herrenahusen. Today the city has become an attractive mix of historic buildings and modern architecture.

The old city center is famous for its modern shopping areas and 19th-century architecture. Hanover occupies a leading position in international business: with five of the top ten exhibitions in the world taking place in Hanover. The flagship is the CeBIT exhibition, the world's largest exhibition in the fields of telecommunications, information and telecommunications. In 2000, EXPO hosted the World Expo 2000, which attracted participants and visitors from around the world.


University Programs

Architecture and Landscape Engineering, Civil Engineering and Surveying, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Law, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics and Physics, Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Horticulture, Geography and Geology, Life Sciences, Plant Biotechnology) English, Literature, Philosophy, History, Theology, Social Sciences, Political Science, Education), and Economics


Courses taught in English

The University offers some courses in English, special in language and literature. Business and Economics. TEFL. And political science. English courses vary in each semester. Students must check the course listings on the Internet to find out the exact date before applying.


Notes about the Academy

Hannover is one of the few German universities offering landscaping and gardening. Graduate students in engineering fields are encouraged to apply for work and study for research projects at one of our research centers. Hanover University is a member of "TU9 - German Institutes of Technology", a group of nine technical universities of excellent standing.


Estimated personal expenses

If you are responsible for all your personal expenses, personal expenses are estimated at:
Optional fees (such as computer, language, science lab fees), books, local transportation, entertainment, etc. The actual amount varies depending on the courses and personal habits. Your personal expenses per month, including books, are estimated as follows: 200-300 €.


People are university graduates

Professors


Friedrich Bergius (1884-1949), chemist, Nobel laureate in chemistry (1931)
Horst Dreier (1954), lawyer
Gerhard Artel (1936), physicist and chemist, Nobel laureate in chemistry (2007)
Hans Jensen (1907-1973), German physicist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1963)
Theodore Lessing (1872-1933), philosopher
Oscar Niget (1934), social philosopher
Edward Bistel (1914-1988, architect and politician
Klaus Töpfer (1938), a German politician (Christian Democratic Party)

Graduates

Walter Brock (1908-1990), an electronics engineer, holds an honorary doctorate.
Alfred Boucherr (1863-1927), physicist
Wilhelm Bush (1832-1908), poet and artist
Eric Gothenburg (1897-1984), German economist.
David McAllister (1971), a German politician (Christian Democrats)
Christian Otto More (1835-1918), civil and structural engineer
Adam Carl Petrie (1926-2010), mathematician, logical and computer scientist
Frank Pohlmann (1959, American politician and businessman
Thorsten Haines (1957) Executive German Business


To communicate with Hanover University
website
www.uni-hannover.de


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