Encompassing four different locations around Germany, Hochschule Hannover was opened in 1971 in Hannover-Linden. The school’s focus and commitment towards hands-on instruction is offered quickly and efficiently. The ability for students to work with the school’s business partners allows for them to gain experience and for those firms to develop a potential new pipeline of employees.
Besides the main campus, students can also learn in three other locations: Heisterbergallee in Hannover-Ahlem, Blumhardtstrabe in Hannover-Kleefeld and EXPO-Plaza. Those students can choose one of the five areas in which to focus their studies, which are located on specific campuses.
The Hannover-Linden is designed for those pursuing degrees in electrical engineering and information technology, as well as business and computer science. In addition, the school works in tandem with the Ahlem campus to offer classes in mechanical and bioprocess engineering.
Meanwhile, the EXPO-Plaza campus is for those seeking degrees in media, information and design. Rounding out the scope of the educational opportunities, instruction in the important area of social welfare work and health care is available at the Kleefeld campus.