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).
Find out more about our exciting Master's programs, all fully taught in English!
12 Graduate School students awarded with a scholarship
To ease the consequences of the Corona pandemic, 12 students of Hof University Graduate School were awarded a scholarship. The students were selected on the basis of their academic merits of their first semester at Hof University.
The Graduate School plans to perpetuate the scholarship in the coming semesters. The aim is to support the top ten percent of enrolled second semester Graduate School students. “Our learning environment greatly benefits from motivated and engaged students. With the scholarship, we want to reward our high performers,“ explains Prof. Dr. Gerald Schmola, Head of the Graduate School.
Our English-taught Master's programs
Summer School: Production and Supply Chain Management
Our three-week Summer School "Production and Supply Chain Management" gives you a holistic understanding of a supply chain and the concepts of lean production and production 4.0.
The program combines lectures with practical examples and excursions to industry and logistic companies. In addition to this academic course content there are numerous opportunities to experience German culture through an cultural and leisure program.
Course date: July 13 - 30, 2021