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Start your career in the innovative fields of Viticulture, International Wine Business, Beverage Technology, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Food Safety or Logistics and Management of Fresh Products at Geisenheim University in Germany.

Geisenheim University is a unique institution combining practically oriented university degrees with theory and research and a 140-year old tradition in education.

Geisenheim, with its 11,500 inhabitants, is located at the heart of the “Rheingau”, an important wine-growing area near Frankfurt in the Rhine-Main area.

  • Study in a relaxed atmosphere on a campus with 1,650 students (14% international students)
  • Every year around 250 young people graduate with a high-quality Bachelor’s degree
  • English-taught Bachelor’s degree since 2014: International Wine Business
  • Master’s degree programs offered in cooperation with national and international universities and research centers
  • Cooperation with an extensive and wide-reaching international network of universities and research institutes, which leads to a high international mobility of students
  • Special programs for study preparation: „Pre-Study+” project, which includes “all-round care”: organisation of the compulsory pre-study internship, advice on application and requirements, support during the first steps in Germany, German language training, buddy-program and the Welcome Board, a virtual information point for prospective students with a lot of information about living and studying in Geisenheim. Apply now for the „Pre-Study+“ project by mail to pre-study@hs-gm.de.

Further information: www.hs-geisenheim.de

General information for candidates with foreign certificates


Goethe Goes Global Scholarship – Open for 75 Master’s Programmes at Goethe University!


Do you hold an excellent bachelor’s degree from a university outside of Germany? Do you have a particular interest in research?  

If so, you are eligible for Goethe University’s Goethe Goes Global Scholarship, which is now open for 75 of our master’s programmes. 

Goethe University aims to provide its scholars with:

  • A monthly award of 1,000 € for up to two years
  • Support and orientation by an experienced master’s student buddy
  • Access to seminars focusing on professional skills from our Graduate Academy GRADE
  • Access to an innovative research environment and networks that connect you with fellow scholars and other advanced researchers
  • Career support through Goethe University’s Research Support Office 

Some master’s programmes are interconnected with research units, to one of which you may apply. If you are accepted, you may receive benefits such as an internship in the chosen research unit. Learn more about this option and the application process on our website: www.uni-frankfurt.de/masterstip. We look forward to your application!

The Goethe Goes Global Scholarship is generously funded by the Johanna-Quandt-Foundation.