Current documents for the Water Engineering Master program:
WEM 2020 (SPO20)
- Examination regulations
- Examination procedure regulations
- Module hand book
- Module plan
- Department schedule
The Hanseatic City of Luebeck
Founded in 1134, the Hanseatic City of Lübeck is situated near the Baltic Sea. With its approximately 210.000 inhabitants, it is a center of commerce, industry, and higher education that is playing an increasingly important role in bringing together the people of Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, the Baltic States and Poland. Much of its architecture, dating back to the Middle Ages, is still intact in the older portion of town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its many restaurants, cinemas, theaters, and clubs, the city offers a variety of recreation opportunities for young people. Lübeck offers a lively art scene, plays host to Northern Film Days and is the main venue for the world-famous Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. Because of its closeness to the Baltic Sea, Luebeck offers a wide variety of cultural and sporting activities.
Lübeck is surrounded by the rivers Trave and Wakenitz and is embedded in a beautiful, partly forested landscape. The UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Schaalsee, a green belt of lakes offers many opportunities for studying aquatic environments and for enjoying time in nature.
Luebeck's location on the Baltic Sea is also of international significance. Long-existing contacts to the Scandinavian countries expand cultural, economic and scientific opportunities, and strengthen Luebeck as a site for higher education within the framework of indispensable international cooperation. Among students the Hanseatic City of Lübeck is considered a well-kept secret, since living and studying here take place in easily accessible surroundings, in contrast to cities with "mass universities".