Universität Hamburg

Universität Hamburg, set to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019, is the largest and most diverse research institution in northern Germany. It offers a broad range of subjects with a multitude of interdisciplinary research areas. It also boasts an extensive network of top cooperation partners on regional, national, and international levels. “Innovating and cooperating for a sustainable future” is our University’s guiding principle for research, teaching, and organization.

Universität Hamburg combines a comprehensive range of courses and excellent research. It is also committed to sustainable science and scholarship. With more than 170 degree programs, Universität Hamburg offers all the disciplines associated with a comprehensive university across its eight faculties: Law ; Business, Economics and Social Sciences; Business Administration; Medicine; Education; Psychology and Human Movement Science; Humanities; Mathematics, Informatics and the Natural Sciences. Four clusters of excellence have received funding within the framework of the Excellence Strategy of the Federal and State Governments: CUI (The Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging): Advanced Imaging of Matter (photon and nanosciences); Climate, Climatic Change, and Society (CliCCS) (climate research); Understanding Written Artefacts (manuscript cultures); and Quantum Universe (mathematics, particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology). Another important core research area is Infection Research, in which researchers study the structure, dynamics, and mechanisms of infection processes.

German Research Fair (April 27, 2023): University of Hamburg and MIN Faculty - Online Seminar