PFH – Private University of Applied Sciences
PFH Private University of Applied Sciences, established in 1995, is a state-recognized university that focuses on training and educating future managers and specialists in key technologies. Employability is at the center of all its endeavors. The university’s philosophy is that personal mastery, academic excellence, and practical knowledge and experience are essential to becoming a responsibly-acting professional. This may only be achieved through individual attention combined with theoretically founded and practice-oriented teaching. With career and coaching services as well as individual mentoring embedded into the university’s structure, all study programs are characterized by their practical and economic relevance, their internationality and a pronounced orientation towards careers.
- We foster your individual strengths
- You learn precisely what you need in your subsequent occupation
- Best career prospects thanks to our company contacts
- Top conditions for business starters
PFH Campus Göttingen
PFH Campus Göttingen offers all the benefits of a small, dynamic university within the inspiring environment of one of the most renowned university towns in Germany. Blessed with a young population of 125,000 people, 30,000 of whom are students, today, Göttingen is a hotspot in research. The city has numerous R&D institutes, including five Max Planck Institutes and the German Aerospace Centre. Over the centuries, it has bred 44 Nobel laureates, the latest of whom won the prize in 2014. Several leading high-tech companies, especially in measurement technologies, automotive supplies and bionic mobility, have their base in Göttingen. The campus is in the immediate vicinity of downtown Göttingen where sports, cultural events, and an exciting nightlife ensure a leisure time well spent.
PFH Hansecampus Stade
PFH Hansecampus Stade is located in CFK-Valley, a world-leading cluster of carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) technology, and comprises 3,000sqm of lecture halls, conference and seminar rooms, and state-of-the-art laboratories. Home to key operations of Airbus and over 100 other European companies in the field of composites, all CFRP process chain stages including R&D, production and recycling take place here. With a 1,000-year-old history and high density of high-tech industries, Stade is a city that hovers between tradition and innovation. As part of the metropolitan region of Hamburg, Stade provides an ideal location for industry and science while offering its inhabitants of about 50,000 the advantages of both a small town and a big city. Short distances combined with an excellent infrastructure provide ideal conditions for living, working and studying. Moreover, the old town center, its street cafés, and bars lend Stade a unique and charming character.