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Study Master's Degrees in Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany

Hannover at a glance

Hannover, Germany, is one of Europe’s most appealing destination to pursue a degree abroad. Benefiting of lower tuition fees and living costs compared to other cities in Germany, you will get to make friends from all over the world, as Hannover counts thousands of international students. Top local universities offer academic programmes that will prove to be a key asset for your professional successful career. The diversity of university programmes covers all degree levels: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree and PhD courses. Hannover is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony, Germany, situated on the River Leine. The city was once the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Great Britain.


Studying in Hannover

Universities in Hannover provide a large array of study programmes, available for Bachelor and Master degrees and PhD and research programmes.

Many foundation programmes are available, including for German language. English-taught programmes are mostly dedicated to postgraduate degrees. For either choosing German or English as language of instruction, you need evidence of language proficiency. For German DSH 2 or TestDaF are accepted. For English: TOEFL, IELTS Cambridge and TOEIC are the accepted certificates.

You can choose from subject areas, like: architecture, art, engineering, economics, management, computer science, law, linguistics, music, philosophy, languages, education, veterinary medicine and more.

The main distance learning degrees are related to water and environment fields.


Career opportunities in Hannover

Hannover has a diverse and stale economy. The major industries are: automobile manufacturing, insurance, tourism, technology, engineering, and services.

Major employers in Hannover are: The Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Transporter (VWN), Continental AG, TUI (headquarter), Hannover Re, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Ernst& Young, Volvo, Hilti.

International students will find numerous internships available in local companies and for many fields. Keep in mind though, German proficiency is always required.


Hannover city life

Hannover is abundant in touristic attractions for all types of visitors; you can see many cultural sites talking about the city’s fascinating history, but you can also relax in the middle of nature as the city has some amazingly beautiful spots.

Some of the Hannover landmarks:

  • The Old Town
  • The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen
  • The New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus)
  • The Hanover Zoo – on the list of best zoos in Europe
  • Church St. Georgii et Jacobi
  • The Leine Palace and the ruin of the Aegidien Church
  • The Historic Museum
  • The Lower Saxony State Museum –the largest museum in Hannover
  • The Waterloo Column

Beautiful nature spots are: Stadtpark, the Maschsee (an artificial lake) and Europe's largest urban forest, the Eilenriede.

You can see a play at he Opera House, the Schauspielhaus (Play House), the Ballhofeins.

As Hannover was awarded the City of Music by the UNESCO, the city hosts two big international competitions for classical music annually and it is also considered the German Jazz city, so you can enjoy numerous concerts of many types of music.

Hannover is an important hub for sports too; sport fans can attend matches of the local football, hockey and rugby teams and cycle races.

You can relax and have fun in numerous bars, pubs and clubs.If you ever want to see more of Germany, a trip to Berlin is only about 1 hour and a half away by train, or check out Hamburg, which is only a two-hour train ride away.

International atmosphere in Hannover

The international atmosphere in Hannover is greatly influenced by the numerous international students. Many foreign born people live here, mainly: Turks, Serbs, Ukrainians, Greeks, Russians, Italians and a few from U.S., Spain, Poland, Sweden, and UK.

Hannover has an international reputation as a trade fair and conference venue, due to hosting two large fairs: CeBIT and Hannover Messe. The city records a high quality of life and an excellent environment for business. For this reason, several multinationals have set an office here.

Weather Hannover

In Hannover, you will experience four seasons, with cold winters and warm summers. The average high temperatures in the winter are 4 – 5 °C (39 – 40 °F), but they could go around freezing point or below and a lot of rain is usually recorder. In the summer, temperatures are 22 – 23 °C (73 – 74 °F), with June as the wettest month and August as the warmest one.

Universities in Hannover

At Leibniz University there are currently almost 30,000 students studying in nine faculties, and some 3,100 researchers working in more than 180 institutes. The main building of the university is the Royal Palace Welfenschloss at the Welfengarten. 

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Less than 10 km (6.5 mi.) from the Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, the Porto Business School was the first Portuguese school with a building bearing LEED certification in the GOLD category.

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