The Leibniz University Hannover is a public research university in Hanover, Germany. Its full name is Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover. It is one of Germany’s largest and oldest science and technology universities, having been put in place on May 2, 1831. Enrolled 25,688 students in the 2014/15 academic year, 2,121 of them were from other countries. This has nine faculties that provide 190 full and part-time degree programs in 38 subjects of study through its nine faculties. In 2006, known by name of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a mathematician, and philosopher who lived in the 18th century. The official English name of Leibniz University Hannover was approved in 2018.
Leibniz University Hannover is a member of TU9, a group of Germany’s top nine technology universities. It’s also a member of the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER), a non-profit organization that brings together Europe’s top engineering schools. The German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), the world’s biggest science and technology library, is sponsored by the university.
Leibniz University Masters Programs
- Aerospace engineering
- Agricultural Biosciences
- Automotive Engineering
- BM Neuroscience
- Business Education
- Biomass Technology
- Biomedical Computing
- Chemical Biotechnology
- Chemical Engineering
- Biomedical engineering and biomedical physics
University Admission Requirements
TU Leibniz has the following international entry requirements
TU Leibniz requires a completed 4 years Bachelor’s degree with a 70% or 3.0 CGPA.
University English Requirement
Leibniz University of Hannover IELTS requirements is a minimum of 6.0
TOEFL iBT min. 87 points.
University Admission Intake
TU Leibniz has two intakes, but September is the major intake.
Application Deadline: 1 May for the winter semester
30 November for the summer semester.
University Tuition Fees:
The Leibniz University of Hannover is a public university and it has no tuition fee. But, it has a community fee of 433 Euro/Semester.