This makes us special
The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) - in Iserlohn, Berlin, Hamburg and on our UE Innovation Hub - educates the designers and decision-makers of tomorrow in the fields of Business, Sports, Media and Event and Art & Design.
Our university promotes the future-oriented development of skills and interdisciplinary teaching formats in step with actual practice and according to the highest international standards. Through the interaction between creative, entrepreneurial and digital thinking, as well as an international perspective, the various fields of study mutually enrich each other and offer new approaches in teaching and research tailored to the requirements of Job Market 4.0.
Why you should study at UE
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Part of the largest university network
Our university is member of Global University Systems and this strategic alliance opens up unlimited career opportunities to its students by awarding a degree with an international reputation.
Studying more connected than ever
Our students are globally connected from day one... through international projects, innovative digital learning formats or by directly interacting with international fellow students from over 90 countries.
A practice-oriented environment
The consistent combination of international theoretical requirements and practical implementation promotes professional curiosity and provides orientation in the development of a unique profile.
Creativity, digital thinking, and entrepreneurial spirit united
We break the traditional academic framework and we offer a practice-oriented degree that supports your individual development. Let the campus inspire you!
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Global market leaders
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Population1,85 million (2019)
The beautiful riverbed, the famous 'Reeperbahn', the trendy 'Schanzenviertel' and - of course - the multicultural Altona: Hamburg is diverse in its districts and its residents. Students benefit from the many international network agencies, renowned publishing houses, and large creative hubs. All these things combined, make Hamburg the No 1 media city in Germany as well as the ideal location for studying art & design or business.
Population:3,66 million (2020)
Berlin is the start-up metropolis of Europe. This is due to the many companies that have established themselves in the German capital over the last few years, but also because of Berlin's creative and innovative power. A cultural, political, and creative hot spot in Germany - Berlin has many facets. Not only international companies like Spotify, Amazon, IBM, or Google have noticed this, but professionals from the art and culture scene, freelancers, or entrepreneurs from all over the world. The high standard of living and the numerous job prospects make Berlin one of the most attractive study locations in the world.
Population:ca. 182,000 (2020)
Our Innovation Hub is located on the grounds of the SAP Think Campus, which is currently being developed into a tech center in the Berlin region. Therefore, the location of the university is close to companies that are pioneers in the fields of technology, data, and design. This focus is also reflected in the modern design of the building and interior, offering our students geographical proximity to international brands and an atmosphere that promotes creative potential and ideas. Interesting fact: Did you know that the highest percentage of scientists in Germany are located in the area around the Innovation Hub? We think you'll be in good company at the Innovation Hub.
Population:ca. 92,000 (2020)
Iserlohn is considered the green city on the edge of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region - one of the most economically influential regions in Europe. For more than 20 years, UE has cultivated close relationships with surrounding companies. Our partners range from regional, medium-sized companies to internationally renowned brands. In addition to the attractive job market, Iserlohn offers many opportunities for leisure and cultural activities.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Burgartz
Dean Faculty Business; Local Program Leader Iserlohn
Prof. Dr. Iris Lorscheid
Vice-Rector Research Program Leader Digital Business & Data Science