Hannover, Germany—Study Abroad
Michigan Tech has an exchange student agreement with the University of Hannover. The University was founded in 1831 by the scholar Karl Karmarsch, the “Higher Trade School of Hannover” started with only 64 students. Today there are around 25,000 students in the natural sciences and engineering, the humanities and social sciences as well in law and economics. Nine colleges (facilities) with more than 160 full-time and part-time degree courses make Leibniz Universität Hannover one of the largest higher education institutions in Lower Saxony. The University is united under the mutual goal of providing top quality in research and teaching
Courses (modules) are too numerous to list here. See The University of Hannover for your class options. For semester programs, a good knowledge of German is required. The language center offers courses during the summer semester, which you can see here. There also is Science & Engineering Research Projects in the summer. HISSEMA is also an option for business and economics students studying abroad during the summer.