The Eberswalde campus has been committed to sustainable research and teaching for over 180 years: The University of Applied Sciences for Sustainable Development Eberswalde (HNEE) was founded in 1830 as the Forestry Academy.
The extremely popular degree programmes, some of which are unique, attract students to Eberswalde from all over Germany and overseas.
The inspiration for research and development comes from practical experience. For that reason, at the University of Applied Sciences in Eberswalde we only research where there is need for it.
During the course of their studies, students are encouraged to actively take part in research at the University of Applied Sciences in Eberswalde.
In complex approaches to research the experts of the faculties of Forestry and the Environment, Landscape Usage and Environmental Protection, Wood Technologies and Economics work closely together.
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The library at HNE Eberswalde is a service facility for media and information, which is generally accessible to the public, and welcomes both external students and other interested visitors. We purchase literature required by students, researchers and lecturers and make this media collection accessible.
The IT service centre operates a VPN server (Virtual Private Network) called vpn.hnee.de. You need to identify yourself with your login name and password. In order to connect to this VPN server you need to setup a VPN connection on top of your existing network connection (e.g. a local WiFi connection) to the Internet.
The city campus, which is located in the heart of Eberswalde, is the seat of two university faculties, i.e. »Landscape Management and Nature Conservation« and »Sustainable Business«, as well as of the library, the university administration and of the president.
The only thing I disliked was the segregation among the students based on race and nationality