University of Hildesheim was established in 1946 as the Alfeld lecture courses of the Hildesheim Teacher Training College. In 1978, the Hildesheim Teacher Training College, meanwhile part of the Lower Saxony Teacher Training College, becomes a university in its own right. In 1989, the University of Hildesheim is officially entitled to full university status.
The University of Hildesheim offers study programs in the academic core areas Educational Studies, Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Natural and Information Studies. Academic training at the University of Hildesheim is characterized by an especially close connection between theory and practice. Students here benefit from the unique networking of the University of Hildesheim with regional, supra-regional and international partners from science and industry.
The university is involved in 163 partner cooperations with tertiary educational institutions in more than 38 other countries. The university is proud to hold one of the top places in the table of percentage outgoings for all Germany. In addition, the University of Hildesheim offers three Double Degree programs in cooperation with the State University of Nowgorod (Russia), the University of Provence in Marseilles (France) and Pai Chai University in Daejeon (South Korea) .
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- Faculty of Educational and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Cultural Sciences and Esthetical Communication
- Faculty of Information and Communication Sciences
- Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Economics and Computer Science