- 3 Masters
- Public Institution Type
Since it was founded in 1994, the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) has evolved into an indispensable educational establishment in the Neu-Ulm/Ulm region. We now have more than 3,800 students in our three departments of Health Management, Information Management, and Business and Economics and our Centre for Professional and Postgraduate Studies.
The University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm trains its students in Bachelor's and Master's and further education courses in business management. Practical teaching, applied research projects and the early networking of students and graduates with potential employers are the focus of higher education.
To step up collaboration with business companies, the following centres have been created at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU). These combine academic training and continuing education with applied research and business practice. Besides technology transfer, the centres strive to transfer knowledge between universities in Germany and abroad. Student and teaching and non-teaching staff exchanges and field trips, as well as common degree programmes and courses and cooperative doctorate programmes are instrumental in achieving this.
The Career Service of the Alumni & CampusClub keeps close contact with companies and former students of the HNU. Using this network we can offer excellent support in searching for internships or a job.
Students can use our board for jobs and internships to explore the current offers and select them according to different parameters.
Businesses can place advertisements free of charge and recruit future employees for their company.
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The International Office offers for everyone at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) comprehensive support when planning to do an international exchange. Furthermore we assist international students, academic staff and administrative staff who are interested in partcipating in a exchange programme at the HNU.
Student dormitories are amongst the most inexpensive accommodation options. There are different dormitories in Ulm and Neu-Ulm, some of them are operated by public institutions, some commercially.Prices for accommodation vary according to location, size (single room or flat) and existing furniture and/or joint facilities.
As a rule regarding the dormitories run by public institutions, students can stay in the dormitories for up to six semesters. Deposits must be made; currently they usually amount to € 300. It is advisable to look for a room in good time since rooms are assigned in the order of incoming applications. There are long waiting lists, especially during the semester.
The HNU library is your partner in academics, for both HNU members and citizens in the Ulm/Neu-Ulm area. We offer consulting, practical workshops, modern learning areas – and of course a broad selection of information media on:
The HNU IT-Services (RZ) with its many services is available to all members of the HNU as a central facility. This facility also functions as an academic institution where innovative concepts of IT operation are evaluated and become operative. In order to foster this, there is a cooperation with external partners from regional businesses.
There is a lot more to the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) than just studying. There are several student initiatives such as the student consulting company ponte consult e.V., the HNU band, the theatre group and the Students' Union, but also a variety of athletic facilities, a cafeteria and the HNU child care Kinderinsel.
As students of the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU), you are entitled to take advantage of the wide variety of sports offered at the University of Ulm. Aerobics, diving, basketball, from fitness to dance and the martial arts right through to conventional ball sports, a vast and diverse range of courses is open to you.
The Students' Union consists of elected members from the student body and volunteers who work within the various academic departments.
The elected members of the Students' Union represent your interests to the HNU and various committees. We have a choice on the distribution of student fees or have the right to vote on the appointment of new professors. In addition, we try to work with the various departments to enhance your student life through numerous events and activities.
Accreditation is used as a means of quality assurance and for comparing or 'positioning' degree programmes within the national and European higher education area. It assesses some 100 quality criteria, such as the conceptual bases and objectives of a degree programme, its position in relation to scientific research and business application, teaching staff, course content and how it is taught, the student development process from admission to examination, as well as resources and management.
One of he dormitory that university recomends is not in good conditions. International office is kind and helpful, but some teachers aren├»t. They are pretty german-oriented (local students tend to be lazy to speak in English, or be open with international students)
Totally satisfied with German teaching methods. I see quite differences regarding to Czech or Greek education. Mostly proffesors only lead the way of topic and students (locals and internationals together) discuss. Also we are learning things which you really use in your life and which are actual. Also we are writing lots of case studies and essays and making...