Close to the future
Working practice-oriented and in small groups, Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences offers high-quality study programs with a clear orientation towards current and future market requirements. The young team of professors is practically experienced. With an interdisciplinary setup, teaching focuses on both the promotion of individual strengths and the imparting of social competences, such as team work. From the start, great importance is attached to project-oriented working. Last but not least, creativity and communication are important factors required to prepare experts in engineering sciences, natural sciences, computer sciences and economy for the future.
Having started with just over 80 students in two study programs in 2009, the university continues to grow quickly. Currently, there are about 5,700 students in various study programs. The bachelor's and master's programs are taught on both the Hamm Campus and the Lippstadt Campus.
Our continuously growing research activities are application- and future-oriented.
We are looking forward to welcoming young, curious, open-minded, creative people who are hungry to learn and will enjoy setting the course for the future – in teams and small groups, practice-oriented, in the middle of North Rhine-Westphalia.
To many rewarding encounters!
International Students of "Electronic Engineering"
Jonas Weißbrod, 1st Semester Electronic Engineering
"Do not be afraid of choosing the course of studies of Electronic Engineering here at HSHL! Whether you come from Germany or from any other country on the globe, here you can experience a multicultural group of students, who help each other to achieve the best results in studying."
Olaniyi Bayonle, 1st Semester Electronic Engineering
''Studying here at HSHL with amazing coursemates has been a wonderful experience for me.''
Vytaras Juraska, 1st Semester Electronic Engineering
"I come from one of the Baltic countries called Lithuania and I am here to study "Electronic Engineering". Talking about the university itself, I really enjoy the fact that it is very new and modern. I am also glad to get lectures from professors, who are very experienced, in fact we - me and my course mates - constantly remind ourselves what a great opportunity we have here."