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Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body
University, public
Year of foundation
1818
Total number of Students
8,714
Students at this campus
8,714
Semester contribution
185.50 €
Tuition fees
no data

Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
0%
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
8.1%
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
51.7%
Humanities, Languages
0%
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
0%
Other studies
40.3%

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
59.5%
Master's degree
39.9%
Teacher qualification degree
0.1%
Pre-Bologna degrees
0%
Other types of degrees
0.5%

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling

Special features regarding the library

Locations: The Communication, Information and Media Centre (KIM) has two library locations: Central Library; Departmental Library for Economics and Social Sciences; Stock: 350,000 print media; 42,600 E-Journals; 33,000 E-Books; 295 specialist databases; Services: Digital tools for the degree programme, such as E-Learning learning platform, videoconferencing software; Study spaces (individual workstations, group rooms, PC workstations); Courses to promote information literacy; Online courses in the areas of economics, technology, creativity and soft skills; Document-delivery services, publications server, university bibliography
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Foreign language center and courses

There is a foreign language centre. Languages offered: English, French, German as a foreign language, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Russian, Chinese.
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Special features regarding university sports

The university offers its own sports programme. Some courses are free of charge, some subject to fees. With around 120 different offers in more than 60 different sports disciplines, the University of Hohenheim offers all university members the opportunity to engage in sports activities within the university. During the pandemic, only a few classroom courses are offered – with a limited number of participants – but online courses are offered as well. Current information is available by telephone, online and through social media. Sports: Badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, hang gliding, football, fitness, apparatus gymnastics, gymnastics, handball, hip-hop & dance, fencing, hurling, pilates, power workouts, horseback riding, sailing, tai chi chuan, tennis, volleyball, yoga, circuit training, zumba, etc.; During times of pandemic, sports offers are limited or available online
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Last update 2023: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education