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Fachhochschule Hannover
Hannover, Germany


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Profile of the Fachhochschule Hannover (FHH)

Teaching and research, practical experience, training and international characterize the performance of the Fachhochschule Hannover (FHH). The complexity of scientific contacts and activities of this university at the site of Lower Saxony's capital is to be presented here in brief overview.

With more than 7,000 students, the FHH is the second largest university of the Lower Saxony state capital. emerged in 1971 from several educational institutions, it provides with its five faculties at several locations in Hanover a very wide ranging educational spectrum. Around 650 women and men are employed at the university, half of which is scientific personnel. Thus, the FHH in the region is a major employer that is a yearly budget of over 45 million - no tuition fees and without external funding - are available.

FHH is characterized by short periods of study and extensive practical experience in teaching. This is also reflected by the fact that our graduates meet the part of the economy on a high level of acceptance. The inclusion of practice periods in the study allows students to earn during their university days work experience and establish business contacts. A special feature of the product range are the dual degree programs in which a company training is integrated into the university.

FHH seeks out an extensive consulting services for the students to realize one of its priority objectives by and by: a more thoughtful study choice and a better orientation in the course of study leads to greater academic success, without question, and in shorter periods of study. For faster integration of our new students and to bridge the study early teething problems, the university offers a wide range of subject-specific tutorials and bridge courses. These measures also increase the proportion of women and better integration of our foreign students will be sought.

Research and development, technology and knowledge are always based on concrete problems of practice. In order to concentrate research activities in 2000, the faculty research "automation environment and bio-processes and systems" (AUBIOS) was established, which is now maintained as a center of excellence AUBIOS. Together with technology transfer, the university ensures that the scientific know-how and experience of the FHH for plants and other facilities are accessible to practice. The Working Group Innovative Projects in the Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture (AGIP) operates projects in the field of applied research at the universities of Lower Saxony.

Mission Statement of the FHH

The Bureau on 8 July 2004, the mission statement adopted by the university:


We are a regionally based, internationally oriented university with a broad range from the fields of engineering, economic and cultural sciences, computer science and design.

We fulfill our educational mission with the goal of excellence and sustainability, consider the consequences of research and development.

We are actively engaged in achieving gender equality.

We see students as partners in teaching and learning processes and practicing intuitive knowledge in small groups.

We enable our graduates to exercise technical competence in professional activities and provide for the necessary technical and methodological knowledge on the basis of secure scientific knowledge and provide assistance in obtaining social skills.

We encourage the use of competence of teachers and maintain systematic cooperation with the practice.

We face the challenge of the knowledge and technology, because we thus ensure the accuracy and credibility of the doctrine.

The profile of our university, we have formulated as a result of a University-dialogue in this model.

1st Practical OFFERS:

We put in our entire work typical of practical relevance to colleges in an excellent manner and develop it - both quantitative and qualitative - on with great commitment.


We provide and constantly improve the recognized high standard of our teaching, research and practical application, for subject-specific and interdisciplinary knowledge and skills are appropriate potential and commitment to social future drafts. We practice certified business.


We maintain the growing diversity of our scientific expertise to the fold and institutions of higher education and sustainable development of unique profiles.


We use for the further development of our national and international appeal, the benefits of the site as Hannover State capital and world-class exhibition space.


We see the consistent international orientation of our courses of study and practice of cooperation a key to the successful professional career of our graduates. We are proud that even now many foreign students have chosen our university for their education.

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