Universities, colleges and universities of applied sciences in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

University of Greifswald

The University of Greifswald - founded in 1456 - is one of the oldest universities in Germany and the Baltic Sea region. Today it is both a tradition-conscious and modern, internationally oriented research university. Research at the University of Greifswald makes innovative contributions to major issues and challenges of our time: central topics are studied in the focus areas of Health & Prevention, Environment and Climate, Energy and Raw Materials, and Opportunities and Risks of Globalization at the University of Greifswald.

Unisersity of  Rostock

Founded in 1419, the University of Rostock is the oldest university in the Baltic Sea region. True to its motto "Traditio et Innovatio", the University of Rostock has continued to develop. Today, the many new buildings stand for the modernity of the university. The University of Rostock places a special emphasis on interdisciplinary cooperation. Researching across faculty boundaries. This is done in cross-faculty departments, in which competencies are bundled. Interdisciplinary research foci are developed in the Department of Life, Light and Matter, Maritime Systems, Aging of the Individual and Society, and Knowledge - Culture - Transformation.

Hochschule Neubrandenburg

Founded in 1991, the university has distinguished itself as an academic educational and scientific center in the Mecklenburg Lake District. The university houses the departments of Agricultural Economics and Food Science, Landscape Science and Geomatics, Social Work, Education and Health, Nursing, Management.

Hochschule Stralsund

The Hochschule Stralsund (HOST) is a young and innovative campus in northeastern Germany. Prospective students can choose from accredited bachelor and master degree programs in German or English, as well as a diploma program. The range of courses includes classic subjects such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and business administration as well as new and innovative courses such as IT security and mobile systems, motorsport engineering or health economics. Hochschule Stralsund promotes internationalization to a high degree for academic cooperation in teaching and research. As the most northeastern university in Germany, it is particularly committed to its partners in the Baltic and Eastern European regions. The language center also ties in with this. It offers students a variety of courses ranging from technical and business English to Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish.

Hochschule Wismar

The Hochschule Wismar has a history of over one hundred years. The original concentration on engineering sciences has been successfully expanded in recent decades to include the fields of economics and design. These three faculties are internationally oriented and connected with each other. Especially in cooperation and knowledge transfer the campus works future-oriented in learning and practice. The Hochschule Wismar relies on a strong network. Thus, in addition to the sponsors from research and business, the WINGS - Wismar International Graduation Services GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of the university. It offers distance learning of vocational courses of study and certified continuing education. Together with the partners from the economy the university drives progress, deepens research and supports with the Robert Schmidt Institute the students on their way into the professional life.

Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock

The Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock stands for first-class education, both in the artistic and pedagogical fields, and enjoys a high international reputation. Here, music, drama and pedagogy are united under one roof. It is the only university of music in Germany with immediate proximity to the sea.