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Study the future in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

There is a choice of seven universities in six cities across the country - including the traditional universities in Rostock and Greifswald. There are hundreds of courses: classical such as law and highly innovative such as IT forensics, very special ones such as stage singing and completely unique ones such as Operation and Management of Maritime Systems. Young people from more than 100 countries and all parts of Germany have already chosen MV as their place of study. The conditions at the universities of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania are also ideal: on average, there are 50 students per professor - a top figure in a nationwide comparison. The latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment are available everywhere. Overcrowded lecture halls are not an issue here. Short distances lead from the apartment to the lecture halls and laboratories.

Student life is not neglected thanks to the many clubs. And where else are campus and beaches (whether Baltic Sea or lakes) so close together? Discover MV and study with Meerwert!

University of Rostock

From archeology to medical biotechnology: In the oldest university in the Baltic Sea region, young people can choose from more than 170 courses. The interdisciplinary networked faculties leave room for the creative spirit of research. Bars, pubs and clubs offer a change from the stress of studying - and the beach in Warnemünde.
www.uni-rostock.de

Ronja (23, studies ship and marine technology)
"I'm interested in technology, mechanical engineering at the University of Rostock is finally not just about cars. In the master's degree in ship and marine technology, we developed this device that measures the turbidity of a body of water. It's great when a degree is so practical - and sailing I learned here too. "

University of Greifswald

The university, founded in 1456, is one of the oldest in Europe. The history and location of the Baltic Sea shape teaching and research that are oriented towards pressing social issues and challenges. A wide range of subjects from natural and life sciences, medicine, humanities and social sciences, theology as well as law and economics, combined with short distances and a family atmosphere, make Greifswald an ideal place to study.
www.uni-greifswald.de

Helena (26, studies organizational communication)
"I immediately fell in love with the Hanseatic city on the Baltic Sea. In addition, I was able to study my favorite subjects for a bachelor's degree in Greifswald in a double bachelor's degree and didn't have to choose one of the two."

University of Wismar

The motto of the university, which was founded in 1908, is "washed with all the ticks". Here, students learn how closely design and technology, science and business are intertwined. There are company contact exchanges, plenty of practical courses and childcare close to the campus and a lot of ambience: Wismar has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002.
www.hs-wismar.de

Michael (23, studying process engineering - energy, environmental and biotechnology)
"What I particularly like is the size of the seminar groups as well as the many internships and experiments that you complete in Wismar. You not only learn dry content, but also get a real understanding of the subject through the applications that build on it."

Stralsund University of Applied Sciences

From motorsport engineering to leisure & tourism management to IT security and mobile systems - in Stralsund, students can choose from a unique range. The young and innovative campus university cooperates with numerous regional and international companies and also offers a top location: the first sandy beach is only a five-minute walk away.
www.hochschule-stralsund.de

Stephan (31, studying software development)
"As a trained application developer, HOST offered the best offer from a high level of practical experience and geographical proximity, as I could continue to work in an advertising agency on Rügen."

University of Applied Sciences Neubrandenburg

Nature, health, nutrition: what defines MV is taught and researched in a practical way here in courses such as food technology, geoinformatics or early education. The university, which was founded in 1991, is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and the supervisory ratio is excellent. The students enjoy the short distances, the proximity to the center and the beautiful natural surroundings.
www.hs-nb.de

Pauline (24, studies counseling)
"The course is very practical. In the 2nd and 3rd semesters of the master's program, weekly practical assignments are planned, which are regularly evaluated in seminars. I find this combination of practice and theory very profitable. The course gives me a lot of space for individual design and Development. "

Rostock University of Music and Theater (hmt)

Music, singing, acting, music teaching, theater teaching - the spectrum of artistic and educational courses at the hmt is broad. Practical experience is very important. In 300 events annually, the students try out what they have learned and thus inspire their audience. The university building, a former Franciscan monastery in Rostock's old town, is atmospheric and inspiring.
www.hmt-rostock.de

Jan (22, studying music teaching)
"To become a music teacher in MV - that's my dream! Originally I come from the island of Rügen and at least made it to the mainland to study. Despite a study place in Saxony, I stayed true to the north and the Baltic Sea and opted for the small, familiar one Rostock University. "

Güstrow University of Applied Sciences

The state university of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania for the public service offers very good prospects: Almost all graduates are accepted into the state service. The spectrum of courses includes public administration, police and justice. Practical study sections make it possible to get to know the future professional environment during the training.
www.fh-guestrow.de

iris (34, studies public administration)
"I am impressed by the dual course of study and the different areas in which I can work after graduation. Starting with human resources and cultural funding to nature conservation: the state administration of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania offers me a diverse and secure future."