Wir kümmern uns um Sie!

Think globally – act locally!

We look after the talented and not just nationally but internationally too!

Internationalisation is an important topic at the Leibniz-FH. Students can, in addition to studying in Hanover, broaden their own horizons by going to summer school, as well as taking part in exchange programmes between the Leibniz School of Business and other universities abroad. We also recognise and accept study credits obtained abroad.

At present, we have partner-universities in:


Northeastern Illinois University (Chicago)http://www.neiu.edu

  • Summer School 2015


We are currently working on establishing further collaborations with internationally-oriented universities. Cooperation agreements exist in Turkey (Gazi University, Ankara and Mevlana University, Konya) and are expanding. The Fernfachhochschule (Distance education - University of Applied Sciences) Switzerland, the international University of Economics in Lucerne (Switzerland) and the University of Murcia (Spain) are soon to become exclusive partner institutions of the Leibniz-FH

Additional international activities

It is possible to attend other summer schools or universities worldwide. We are happy to cater for the needs and wishes of our students and welcome all exchange opportunities.

The Leibniz-FH is also looking for business partnerships, in particular from the USA, in order to provide students with internships abroad.

Provisions are being made to integrate the Leibniz-FH into relevant exchange programmes of the European Union, together with the aim of promoting the international nature of the university. (ERASMUS  Programme).

Another significant development now being offered is the Master’s Programme (implemented in 2013) with a main focus on Integrated Management. Selected classes are also taught in English.

For more information, please contact:

Anna Kanalieva-Vacheva (M.A.)
International Office

Room 2.04

Telephone: +49 (0) 511 95784-21
Fax: +49 (0) 511 95784-13

E-Mail: kanalieva@leibniz-fh.de 

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