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University of Hannover AP142

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An Efficient and Modern Institution of Higher Education

With around 75 interdisciplinary and practice-orientated courses of study, Leibniz Universität Hannover provides degree and continuing education courses which are orientated both towards demand and quality.

For graduates today, in addition to the academic qualification, it is absolutely essential to think in terms of interdisciplinary, networked systems. The large choice of subjects at Leibniz Universität Hannover permits students to shape their studies individually through a large number of possible combinations.

With the establishment of new courses of study, such as Mechatronics, Nanotechnology, Computer-aided Engineering, Plant Biotechnology or Industrial Engineering, Leibniz Universität Hannover has reacted to the changing demands of the employment market and offers a range of subjects rarely found in Germany.

As far as research is concerned, the University has a marked profile and a series of interdisciplinary focal points. Collaborative research centres, research groups and cooperation programmes with other institutions of higher education and research institutions are proof of this.
The availability of the appropriate specialist literature is also decisive for the quality of teaching and research: with its Technical Library, Hannover has the German Central Library for all fields of technology and their basic sciences, especially Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics. It is one of the largest specialist libraries in the world for these subjects. The Centre for Applied Linguistics and Special Languages, the Lower Saxony Computer Centre, the Service Center and the Career Service are further facilities which help and support research and study.

Science and industry are also working hand-in-hand. Since 2002 the research centre L3S has been working as a competence centre for innovative learning technology. In the Production Technology Centre at Hannover-Garbsen six institutes of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and well-known industrial partners are carrying out research into demanding production technology. In close cooperation with the Hannover Laser Centre and the Institute of Gravitation Physics at Leibniz Universität Hannover, the Max Planck Society has set up a section as an international centre for gravitational astronomy in order to carry out research into the “big bang”.

Leibniz Universität Hannover: an efficient and modern institution of higher education. Its declared aim is constantly to improve the quality of teaching and research so as to ensure that studying, teaching and researching in Hannover continue to be enjoyable.
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Phone +49 511.762 - 0
Fax +49 511.762 - 3456
Address Office: Welfengarten 1
30167 Hannover (Lower Saxony)

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