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University of Europe for Applied Science, Hamburg

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About the University 🏫

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‍Berlin, Hamburg and Iserlohn - The University of Europe boasts four distinct campuses catering to a variety of student preferences. The Berlin campus is strategically situated in the heart of the city, just off Potsdamer Platz. The newly built Potsdam campus, located in a serene natural environment just outside Berlin, further elevates the university's offerings. The Hamburg campus is nestled in the Altona district, adjacent to the harbour and the Elbe River. Iserlohn's campus is surrounded by verdant landscapes, offering a plethora of leisure activities at Seilersee.

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Campus in Hamburg is located in the Altona district, right next to the harbour and the Elbe River. The Iserlohn campus is surrounded by greenery and offers plenty of leisure activities at Seilersee.

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University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) educates future designers and decision-makers within business, sports, media and IT, arts and design. The 4 keywords that best describe UE are: practical, international, interdisciplinary and focused on success. The study environment takes place in an informal atmosphere, so you can grow as a person. Trust is placed on your shoulders while teachers strive for you to experience success. You learn from a practical approach and not least to think internationally.

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In addition to state-of-the-art facilities, with real-life teaching and cases, as well as a wide range of subjects and studies, with UE on the CV you can count on becoming an in-demand profile as the "Employability after graduation" rate is as high as 93% (based on getting a job within 1 year).

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Take the chance and become part of the UE environment that ensures you a top-notch degree in an international environment.

About the city πŸŒ‡

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Hamburg is home to over 1.8 million people and the second largest city in Germany. Hamburg, known as the "gateway to the world," is due to the city's prosperity, a major transport hub and a flashy industry combined and promoted by influential media.

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Hamburg has about 2300 bridges, which are actually more than Amsterdam and Venice combined. Along with bridges, there are many green spaces, some even used as recreational venues, that are considered a true enrichment among the many student residents of the area.

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In particular, in a city life characterized by luxury shops, supercars, generous shopping opportunities, cafes and restaurants, there is a special area Hamburg is especially known for. Namely the legendary Reeperbahn, which is the star of Hamburg's nightlife. The raw cityscape of Hamburg, with bars and eateries in a row, is a true hotspot for locals, students and tourists from all over the world, guaranteed to provide some memorable experiences.

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As a student in a diverse city, you learn not only through books, but through lively experiences. You can enjoy them with Hamburg's many theatres, operas, cultural monuments, art and sporting events available for everyone.

Housing Opportunities🏫

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Smartments

With its fresh design, Smartment in Hamburg is many students' preferred residence in the city. Smartments offers fully furnished en-suite rooms. In addition, there are lounges to study and relax in, a fitness room, the opportunity to borrow bikes, laundry rooms, Wi-Fi, 24/7 security and much more.

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The Fizz

The Fizz, is a fresh young student housing concept with a nice design. Student housing is available both as private apartments or in shared apartments. The homes offer full furnishings, Wi-Fi, lounges for studying and relaxing in, shared kitchen environment, laundry room, mini cinema, outdoor areas as well as security around the clock.

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There, you are free to park the bike in the bicycle cellar, which can only be accessed with the chip. Plus, you can enjoy the benefits and discounts The Fizz membership card brings and the many social events that are being held.

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Stuart Student Apartments

Stuart Student Apartment, is student housing with a particularly youthful touch for students. The residences are en-suite apartments that offers full furnishings, Wi-Fi, lounges for studying and relaxation, and accessible spaces with domestic necessities such as a vacuum cleaner, ironing board, etc. for free.

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You can also enjoy the gaming areas, whether you're into digital computer games or a game of table football.

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Uninest Student Residences

Uninest Student Residences, is a modern student housing complex in the heart of Hamburg. Student housing is available both as private or as shared apartments. The homes offer full furnishings, Wi-Fi, lounges for studying and relaxation, laundry rooms, on-site staff and 24/7 security.

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There, you are free to park the bike in the bicycle cellar, which can simply be accessed with the chip.

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Home Company

An alternative to the hamburg housing search is home company which is known as a reliable platform.

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Immonet

An alternative to the housing search in Hamburg, is Immonet. Immonet is a trustworthy housing platform and is used among many students.

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Admission Requirements for Fulltime Degrees

Here is a description of the most important information for your study abroad. Rememeber, single semester study abroad (exchange)Β have often lower entry requirements and different course catalogues. Contact your advisor to hear about stipends, entry requirements, tuitions fees, course descriptions and more.
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What is the tuition and requirements for study abroad (exchange) students?

The study abroad (exchange student) programme will often have a different tuition fee and lower entry requirements. In addition, there might be a specific course catalog for study abroad exchange students. Book a call with a Uniclub advisor who will present you the requirements for single semester study abroad students, and how to navigate within the course catalog.

Additionally, you might be able to get exempt from taking a TOEFL or IELTS test as a study abroad (exchange) student. A Uniclub advisor will advise you on which universities have more flexbile English proficiency requirements.

What are the Semester Start Dates?

University of Europe uses a semester system for both full-degree students and semester abroad students studying to receive credit towards their home degree system. The semester system is equivalent in course load and duration to a three-trimester system. Students can start their studies in March or September.

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See more about University of Europe's important dates in the academic calendar.

What are the Entry Requirements?

To apply for courses and programmes at University of Europe, you must meet the general and specific entry requirements.

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Documents required from students to apply to University of Europe are:

  • Official copies of secondary school transcripts showing courses taken throughout the year and grades received (English version of the document)
  • Award Certificates
  • Passport
  • A CV and a motivational letter
  • Evidence of English proficiency if you are a non-native English-speaking student.

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See more about the entry requirements at University of Europe.

What are the English Requirements?

The English requirements to get admitted to University of Europe in Hamburg can be sufficed in several ways. Below are the options for students to prove their English proficiency:


You will be able to provide evidence of your English language skills if you have:

  • completed an English language test such as IELTS, Pearson, TOEFL, Duolingo or Cambridge
  • completed some types of university (tertiary) or high-school (secondary) studies taught in English

See more about the English requirements at University of Europe.

What are the Tuition Fees?

Tuition fees for international students at University of Europe vary depending on the course you choose. The tuition fee at University of Europe ranges from 12.000 EUR to 15.000 EUR per year for international students.

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The tuition fee for a study abroad semester at University of Europe for 4 units which equals to 30 ECTS is approx. 4900 EUR.

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See more about University of Europe's tuition fees for international students.

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First, choose a destination

That's probably the hardest part. Are you looking for something specific, within your budget or a prestigious university that suits your field of interest?Β It's your choice.
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Next, apply and upload your documents

You'll find the apply button on each university page. Once you have applied, you will receive the link to your application portal by mail. In there, you will be able to manage your application and communicate with us.
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If you're lucky, there's an offer waiting for you at the University. We'll even make sure you have your insurances are in order and all the nitty gritty details.
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Your friends and family may also want to experience the thrill of studying abroad. We'll do our best to help them too. Ask us what the rewards are!

Our reviews

5 etoiles trustpilot

I was looking for a freemover stay abroad through Uniclub and I got some of the best service I have experienced. They took care of all the practicalities, and removed almost all the hassle of work it can be to apply for an exchange stay.

Simon. L
UNYP, Czech Republic
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Had fantastic service and help throughout the process. Would definitely recommend

Daniel A.
Nebrija, Spain
5 etoiles trustpilot

I am going to Australia for a semester, and before finding Uniclub the whole application seemed impossible. These guys are simply the best. They have the right answer for literally every question that you have. They are helpful, quick, with excellent service

Balaz. B
Deakin, Australia
5 etoiles trustpilot

Uniclub and Deni Isic, get my absolute warmest recommendation! I had a dream of coming to Japan that seemed distant and unmanageable, but Deni and the rest of Uniclub have helped me through the whole process.

Azad
iCLA, Japan
5 etoiles trustpilot

I have just returned from my exchange stay in Ireland, which would not have been possible if it were not for Uniclub. If you are looking for an exchange as a freemover, then I can not recommend UniClub enough!

Jacob R.
TUS, Ireland