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Experience German science and engineering and be part of a professional research team at Leibniz University Hannover, member of the TU9 (one of the nine best technical Universities in Germany).

Visit major international companies situated in and around Hannover like VW, Sennheiser etc. and one of Hannover's famous world trade fairs e.g. LIGNA.

This program is open to students from North-American and Australian partner universities. 

Seize the opportunity and see science, engineering and life in Germany for yourself!

 

Facts

  • Dates: May 13th to July 26th 2019
  • Language: fully conducted in English
  • Costs: 2,700 € per student
  • Credits: 6 US credit hours
  • Introduction week: introduction to German engineering and research at Leibniz University Hannover, Dos and Don’ts in Germany, social and cultural program (e.g. Marienburg, Hamelin etc.)
  • Company visits: (VW, Sennheiser etc.)
  • Research work: starts at designated institute
  • Participants: At least junior science and engineer students (max. 25 students)
  • Deadline: Friday, 1st of February 2019

 

Kindly forward your application via e-mail to Ms. Uta Knoche  by February 1st, 2019.

Costs include

  • administration and enrollment fees
  • housing in a single dorm room (Studentenwerk Hannover)
  • health, accident and liability insurance for Germany/EU
  • free public transportation in Hanover and Lower Saxony
  • social  and cultural activities
  • field trips
  • company visits

Program outline

The Science & Engineering Research Projects program provides students with a unique opportunity to obtain practical scientific knowledge by being a part of a professional research team at Leibniz University Hannover, Germany (LUH).

Science and Engineering students are fully integrated within their designated institute. During the program, students are introduced to German science & engineering within the university and in an industrial environment. Students will visit international known companies based in Hannover and its region, for example VW Nutzfahrzeuge (VW Utility Vehicles), Sennheiser, or Lenze Electric.

At the beginning of their research stay students are introduced to the basic principles of their designated research project and will then continue to work independently supervised by experienced scientists.

Students will give a presentation at the end of their stay. Upon request, a project thesis may have to be written for further scientific use.

Before arrival, students are matched with a German study buddy who will lend assistance, especially upon arrival and th first few days in Germany.