Hof University Graduate School
Hands-on education at Hof University Graduate School
All our programs are practice-oriented, interactive and multimedia-based. Teaching is based on application-oriented knowledge and is supported by projects with industry, site visits and interaction with experts. Case-studies as well as real examples taken from business life contribute to profound insights into the theoretical knowledge. Our professors (all with PhD) and lecturers are experts in their respective fields bringing together solid scientific understanding with valuable professional experience. Thus, the employability of our graduates is at the heart of our teaching. In addition, we have a strong focus on career promoting activities for students (e.g. career talks, job fairs, seminars and trainings).
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Graduate School students honoured with scholarships and DAAD Award
Hof University has honored outstanding international Graduate School students by awarding various scholarships. In additon, Francis Opoku-Amoako received the "Award for International Students" from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
The Ghanaian is a graduate of the Master's program Software Engineering for Industrial Applications. In addition to his outstanding academic achievements and his support for the integration of new students as a tutor, he is involved in social projects in his home country. For example, Francis Opoku-Amoako is involved in "ISH Concepts" against alcohol abuse in Ghana. As he was unable to attend the award ceremony in person, he was connected via video and university president Prof. Dr. Dr. H.c. Jürgen Lehmann symbolically presented the certificate. The award is provided by the DAAD and funded by the German Foreign Office.
In addition, 10 students in the Master’s programs General Management, Operational Excellence and Software Engineering for Industrial Applications each received a scholarship from funds of the Hof University Graduate School. A further 9 scholarships were awarded to students as part of the DAAD-STIBET program, which supports international students at German universities. 16 further scholarships are funded by the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Culture.