Course catalog for prospective students (in German only!)
Uni live! contains a list of selected courses and lectures open to prospective students.
These lectures and courses will give you a glimpse of various academic subjects.
Come and find out more about specific degree programs by attending Uni live! courses or lectures. This experience will help you decide which degree program is the right choice for you.
The lecture series The hows and whys of studying provides a great preparation before applying to University. We also recommend the videos or podcasts from the same series, which are available on our webpage Degree programs.
To ensure that regular instruction can proceed smoothly, we ask that you please observe the following instructions:
- Groups should register directly with the instructor or via studienorientierung"AT"uni-hamburg.de.
- In exceptional cases, we ask individuals to register. Please refer to the course catalog for further information.
- Please take note of all information concerning certain lectures or courses for which attendence is only recommended on selected dates.
- Unless stated otherwise, please limit your attendance to three to five classes per degree program and the same number of lectures per series.
- Please arrive punctually and do not disrupt the class or lecture by talking.
Uni live! catalog
The Uni-live! catalog has been integrated into STiNE (Study Information Net). It covers all subjects except medicine.
Please keep in mind that most courses require proficiency in German.
You can find the locations for all Uni live! activities with the Campus Navigator.
Please refer to Universität Hamburg's Lecture Hall Guide. This compiles abbreviations of all Uni live! locations.
Uni live! Medicine
Please register for all Uni live! activities in the Faculty of Medicine via email: Beata Butkiewicz: b.butkiewicz"AT"uke.de
Further information for prospective students of medicine or dentistry is available on the pages of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE). The Uni live! locations are included in the survey map of the UKE (PDF).
Tips for students with disabilities or chronic diseases
Please inform us as soon as possible in case you need special services (e.g., sign-language interpretion, assistance) or technical aids (e.g., a FM system). The staff of the Office of Affairs for Students with Disabilities or Chronic Diseases will gladly assist you with all questions.