Science & Engineering Research Projects
Experience 1st class German science and engineering as part of a professional research team at Leibniz Universität Hannover, member of TU9 ...
Visit major world known companies in the area of Hannover such as VW, MTU Maintenance, Sennheiser, and CeMAT, the world's largest trade fair for Intralogistics ...
Get to know German mentality ...
... by joining our twelve week "Science & Engineering Research Projects" program for students from North-American partner universities.
- Dates: 16th of May to 5th of August 2016 (twelve weeks)
- Costs: 2,700 € per student
- Program: Introduction week (including intercultural training), research work at designated institute, company visits, social activities
- Students: At least in their 5th semester
- Credits: 6 US credit hours
- Deadline: Monday, 1st of February 2016
This program is conducted in English and limited to 25 participants from partner universities only.
- pick-up service on arrival by a German study buddy
- introduction week including intercultural training
- placement at designated institutes
- administration and enrollment fee
- housing in single or double rooms
- health/accident/liability insurance in Germany/EU
- public transportation
- social activities
- field trips
The Science & Engineering Research Projects program provides students the unique opportunity to obtain practical scientific knowledge as part of a professional research team at Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany (LUH). LUH is member of TU9, i.e. LUH is one of the nine best technical Universities in Germany.
Natural Science and Engineering students (from our partner universities in USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand only) will be fully integrated within their designated institute. During the twelve weeks program students will be introduced to German engineering at university and industrial level. Students will visit world known companies -based in Hannover- such as VW, Sennheiser, Wabco or MTU.
At the beginning of their research stay students will learn the basic principles of their designated research project and will work under the supervision of an experienced scientist.
At the end of program students are expected to give a presentation and, upon request, a project thesis will be written for further scientific use.
Before arrival, the student will get in contact with his German Study Buddy who will help them finding their way and to answer common everyday life questions.
Please forward your application via e-mail to Ms. Uta Knoche by February 1st, 2016.