Originally founded in 1946 as a teacher-training college, Leuphana University Lüneburg was granted university status in 1989. The university became a foundation under public law in 2004 and merged with the University of Applied Sciences North-East Lower Saxony in 2005.
Leuphana University of Lüneburg offers you more than 30 different degree programmes in a variety of departments. No matter whether Bachelor’s or Master’s, full-time, part-time or professional – study in Lüneburg is worth your while. Take advantage of degree programmes that are distinguished by extensive dialogue among the disciplines, outstanding expertise, optimum guidance and a practical orientation – programmes that offer lots of room for your own curiosity and initiative. Learn about the individual majors and doctoral programmes at Leuphana and discover your possibilities in Lüneburg
Leuphana University of Lüneburg understands its role as theme-oriented university dedicated to the current research issues affecting the civil society of the 21st century. In order to facilitate necessary subject-overarching research, Leuphana’s research activities are installed within four university-wide, inter- and cross-disciplinary “Research Initiatives”, namely: education, culture, management and business activity, and sustainability. Each of Leuphana’s four faculties directs one of the knowledge initiatives. Researchers within the research initiatives apply an inter- and cross-disciplinary method to expand on a number of cross-sectional topics
The Career Service at Leuphana University of Lüneburg offers comprehensive services in various fields of activity involving career and vocational orientation linked to programmes of study, as well as the possibility to network with the labour market
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We offer support on choosing courses, the application process and during the course, e.g. making decisions, learning organisation or career planning. We take time to respond to your questions and advise you according to your needs in individual and group counselling sessions. You can access individual counselling sessions at short notice during the open consultation hours or by making an appointment through the Infoportal
Students in Lüneburg live either in halls of residence, which are located on or close to the campus or in the city centre, or in private rooms or apartments. While only students live in the halls of residence, students also live together with working people in the private apartments. Both in the halls of residence and in private apartments, there are usually mixed-gender flat-sharing communities (WGs), in which the kitchen and bathroom are shared, but each flatmate has its own bedroom. Shared rooms are unusual in Germany, except for a short stay in a youth hostel. Students who prefer to live alone, opt for a single apartment.
The Electronic Journals Library provides acces to licensed titles as well as openly availably scientific journals. It contains approximately 34.000 titles. We strive to continously grow our e-book collection, which currently consists of approximately 161.000 titles. All titles can be found through LUX or the catalogue.
Leuphana’s campus is a bustling place where university members come together for a wide range of activities to develop their skills – while studying, teaching, working, at sports, at cultural events, in meeting and communicating, or to participate in one of the many initiatives.
University sports offers students an energy boost. Courses, trips, events, meets, an elite athletics program and sports for Leuphana employees are among our attractive and popular offerings.
To be honest I'm completely new for international studies so i don't have any experience at this university
The enrolment process went very well but unfortunately the papers with the German embassy to get the visa took me so long!
Great place learn and fit in for international students
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