Hamburg and the TUHH
Hamburg is a many-sided city that is worth living in, Germany’s largest seaport, the city with the most bridges in Europe, and the Gateway to the World.
Hamburg is Hagenbeck’s Zoo, the Reeperbahn, the Speicherstadt and the Hafencity, the Alster Lake and the Elbe River, the Stadtpark.
In short, Hamburg is big and colorful, simply the right place to study…
Newcomers Reception at the Hamburg City Hall
The Hamburg- City- Hall organises- every year in January- a traditional reception for newcomers and invites all international students new to Hamburg! Joining the event is a great opportunity to get to know the senator Katharina Fegebank personally, to catch up with fellow international students from Hamburgs universities and to exchange views and experiences.
More Information at the TUHH International Office
The Hamburg Welcome Center is designed to help new citizens abroad and offers a special program with guided tours through the city. The participation is free of charge.
Would you like to join? For detailed information and registration please contact: newcomers(at)welcome.hamburg.de
Celebrating Christmas with a Hamburg host family
You do not have any plans for Christmas yet and would like to confront the German Christmas tradition and make new contacts? The special program of the Studierendenwerk Hamburg can make it real and give you the possibility to spend Christmas with a Hamburg host family.
Interested? Just get registered by writing an Email to: weihnachtsgast(at)studierendenwerk-hamburg.de
Facts worth knowing about your new university…
Developing technology for people has been the guiding principle of the TUHH since it was founded in 1978. Read on here to learn how the TUHH tackles this task today in an international context.
Information offerings and contacts for your every need…
Would you like to make contact or are you looking for special care facilities? Then here is where to find important information…
- Your contacts at the Academic and Student Services (SLS) at a glance.
- And here is the Student Representation (the Students’ Union/AStA, student faculty and department representatives).
- And the Representative for disabled students’ affairs.
- Not to forget the services provided by the International Office and
- the facilities offered by the Central Student Counseling Service.