Universität Hamburg is the largest research and educational institution in northern Germany. As one of the country's largest universities, they offer a diverse range of taught programs coupled with excellent research.
The University has established several interdisciplinary key research areas and fosters an extensive network of academic cooperations with leading institutions on a regional, national, and international scale. It is committed to sustainable science and scholarship. The faculties pursue the concept of sustainability in its broadest sense in both research and teaching.
Outstanding variety: over 170 academic programs
Approximately 170 degree programs are offered in the following eight faculties: Faculty of Law; Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences; Faculty of Medicine; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Humanities; Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences; Faculty of Psychology and Human Movement; Faculty of Business Administration (Hamburg Business School).
The University also maintains several museums and collections, such as the Zoological Museum, the Herbarium Hamburgense, the Geological-Paleontological Museum, the Botanical Gardens, and the Hamburg Sternwarte.
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