...the bus stops of the bus lines 150, 1, 250, 601, 284 and 611 are situated within close proximity.
– only 2 minutes by foot.
...is with its 1,86 milion habitants the second largest town in germany - after Berlin - and the eighth largest city in the EU.
...is one of the greenest cities in Europe: countless parks and gardens, city squares and trees shape the town and are an important part of the quality of life.
Welcome to the North German port city of Hamburg.
Hamburg is surrounded by water and the port of Hamburg is definitely one of the biggest sight in the city.
Along with the maritime flair Hamburg offers many attractions and highlights for young people: The Reeperbahn entertainment district, the nightlife in the district St. Pauli and of course also well-known sights like the "Michel", the "Elbphilharmonie", the "Speicherstadt" and the fish market.
The quarter "Schanzenviertel" is one of Hamburgs smallest districts. Nevertheless, the "Schanze" - as the district is fondly called - is also one of the most colourful and indiviual districts. Art, culture, conviviality and multiculturalism are encouraged here.
Hamburg is diverse and exciting!
The Urban Living Hamburg is located in Hamburg's quarter Ottensen in the district Altona. For students it offers many restaurants, bars, stores and a lot of culture and it is gaining more and more popularity. Thus, Urban Living Hamburg’s location is perfect for many leisure and of course the Elbe and the Elbe river beach is super close!
Hamburg has more than 20 universities. The biggest one is also one of the largest universities in Germany – a great diversity for students!
Further characteristics of Hamburg's universities:
As the biggest research and education establishment in the north of Germany and as one of the largest unis in Germany, the University of Hamburg combines a diverse range of courses with excellent research.
With almost 44.000 enrolled students, the University of Hamburg is one of the biggest universities of Germany.
Developing sustainable solutions for the challenges society faces in the present and in the future:
This is the goal of the HAW Hamburg – The leading University of Applied Science in the North of Germany, considering reflective practices.