Master of Arts, Master of Science
Are you looking for a suitable Master’s programme? The University of Göttingen offers more than 100 Master’s programmes in the natural and life sciences as well as in the humanities and social sciences. This wide range of subjects enables an interdisciplinary exchange on the Göttingen Campus.
Our international network also facilitates studies abroad at partner universities all over the world. Göttingen education is internationally renowned: more than 15 percent of the Master students are from abroad. One third of the programmes is taught in English.
On Göttingen Campus, both the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB) and the Computing and IT Competence Center (GWDG) provide the backbone to a well prepared campus IT and information infrastructure and offer an exceptional support for research and research-centred teaching. Campus laboratories will form a model for sustainable shared usage of large-scale experimental facilities and technical structures as well foster the expertise of method development.
With the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB) and the Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen (GWDG), Göttingen’s IT competence centre for scientific data processing, the Göttingen Campus offers especially good conditions for research, research-oriented teaching and the further training of students. Going back as as far 1970, the GWDG has been the only computing centre nationwide to be jointly run and owned by a university and the Max Planck Society.
With the assistance of the Land of Lower Saxony, the University and University Medical Center and the Max Planck Society will be building a new computing centre in Göttingen over the coming three years. For all Faculties, the SUB and GWDG form the nucleus of an optimally prepared IT and information infrastructure, which the Göttingen Campus will use to integrate the competences of all partners successively.
The Campus Partners have already been working together over a considerable period to build up cross-institutional project-related research infrastructures. We are creating a reliable and sustainable framework for these infrastructures in order to raise efficiency and efficacy in operating laboratories on campus. Campus laboratories, which promote and optimize the joint use of large apparatus and technical structures and the associated expertise and methods, serve as a model for this purpose.