Contacts for current and prospective students
Information on studies and examinations
Students, teaching staff, and prospective students can contact the 3 academic offices at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences for information on degree programs, practical assistance with their studies, and general help and advice:
Current and prospective students looking for general information about studying at Universität Hamburg can consult the Campus Center website:
Information for international students
The International Office of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences helps outgoing and incoming students organize their time abroad:
Current and prospective international students looking for general information about studying at Universität Hamburg can consult central websites:
- General information for prospective international students
- InfoService for prospective international students
#UHHhilft: academic orientation for refugees
Universität Hamburg strives to help people who have had to interrupt their studies to flee their home country and who wish to enroll in a regular degree program. Faculty members, students, and staff of Universität Hamburg were involved in the development of the #UHHhilft program. This offer provides refugees with information, advice, support, lectures, language courses, and subject-specific classes.
Examination regulations for bachelor's and master’s degree programs
Examination regulations for major and minor degree programs
The examination regulations for the degree programs offered by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences are published on the central pages of Universität Hamburg.
They are divided into
- general examination regulations for Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science (MSc) degree programs at the Faculty and
- subject-specific provisions ("FsBs") for each degree course (published by the relevant department).
Examination regulations for teacher training degrees
Teacher training degree programs are governed by a separate set of examination regulations that apply to all universities. These regulations combine with the subject-specific provisions ("FsBs") for bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in the teaching subjects.