Study in the Harbor City
The Hamburg campus was opened in September 2010. Around 560 students currently study at the private University of Hamburg in two modern buildings in HafenCity. The city center and the main train station are only about ten minutes away. Whether as a cosmopolitan metropolis or a raw but charming Hanseatic city with charm - Hamburg combines many facets. It forms the cultural and economic center of Northern Germany. Hamburg's economic structure is characterized by the service sector, which employs around three quarters of all workers.
ham·burg·ISM [ˈhambʊʁk ɪzəm]
- […] Port city [gateway to the world], economic center and second largest city in Germany.
- Between business, tradition and modernity, with connections to the rest of the world.
- ISM campus in Hafencity with maritime flair and international self-image.
With one of the largest partner university networks (about 190), you can start your dream studies in one of the most dynamic economic regions in Europe.
Study programs available at the Hamburg Campus
The university focuses on degree programs in the field of business intelligence and international management. What study programs and models are available in Hamburg? At the university, we offer bachelor and master degree programs with full-time and part-time study models.
Degree obtained: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
- B.Sc. International Management
- B.Sc. Information Systems
- B.Sc. Applied Data Science and Business Analytics
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Degree obtained: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
- M.Sc. International Management
- M.Sc. Business Intelligence & Data Science
- M.Sc. International Logistics & Supply Chain Management
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Why study in Hamburg?
No matter what time of day, in Hamburg you are greeted with "Moin" or "Moin-Moin". Hamburg attracts many students with its Hanseatic city charm. Because besides beautiful bridges, seagulls and ships, the city has a lot to offer. At the Landungsbrücken, Binnenalster, Elbphilharmonie and the Reeperbahn there is always something going on. The famous 'Speicherstadt' in the Hafen city district, together with the Kontorhaus district, are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Hamburg has become an economic and cultural center and, with the largest seaport in Germany, has connections all over the world. The logistics sector is therefore one of the leading industries in Hamburg, along with the media and information industry and medicine and biotechnology.
Thanks to the numerous and innovative local companies in almost every industry, you have a good choice for internships during your studies and excellent career opportunities after graduation.
How to get to ISM Hamburg Campus
Tel.: +49 40.3 19 93 39-0
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