Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany
Leuphana University of Lüneburg was founded in 1946 as a teacher-training college and was granted University status in 1989. It is renowned for the innovative approach it takes to teaching and learning. The University is based around four faculties – education; humanities and social science; sustainability; and business and economics.
Joint European Research Centre of Leuphana University of Lüneburg
In June 2018 the University of Glasgow entered into a formal collaboration with Leuphana University of Lüneburg.
The European Centre for Advanced Studies (ECAS) was launched on 1 April, 2019, marking a major milestone in co-operation in research and teaching between the University of Glasgow and Leuphana University of Luneburg in Lower Saxony.
ECAS is an independent research institution through which both universities will be able to pursue common interests in research and teaching in the fields of digital culture and media, business informatics, law, management, sustainability and psychology. In particular this will involve joint research and study programmes as well as the exchange of academics and students. The aim is also to establish a link between research institutions from Scotland and Lower Saxony.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree: International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development (ILGSPD)
School of Law postgraduate taught two-year dual degree: International Economic Law LLM
- Estimated number of places: 1-3 full-year places or 2-6 semester places
Available Subject Areas
Please ensure that you research the courses available to you as an exchange student, and check with your subject coordinator(s) that these courses are suitable for your Glasgow degree programme. Please note that partner course offerings may change on a yearly basis.
Please research course level; content and assessment structures; partner academic pre-requisites for exchange students; whether enough courses / credits are available in your degree subject(s) to meet your Glasgow degree credit requirements; language of teaching and for Joint Honours students, whether the partner has any restrictions on taking courses from different Schools/Faculties.
- Digital Media & Information Studies
- English Literature
- Language of teaching: German (some courses may be available in English). UofG students should ensure that all required courses are taught in a language in which they are at least proficient at B2 level.
- Grading system
- Information for exchange students