Student Association

Student association

By joining Hochschule Harz, you are taking control of your professional and personal futures. You can also exercise this responsibility by becoming an active member of one of our student associations. Depending on your interest and motivation, you can choose from around 20 different associations.

InterForum is the local ERASMUS association, which assists international exchange students in integrating into the campus life of Hochschule Harz.

IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) has been actively supporting the international exchange of trainees since 1999.

HIT e.V. (Harzer Interest Group for Tourism Students) has nearly 120 members. It represents Hochschule Harz at the International Tourism Fair in Berlin and organises popular events such as the Tourism Forum.

CH!P is the computer emergency service, helping you with any problems relating to your PC or laptop. They will help you to get connected with the server system of Hochschule Harz.

Be for Business e.V. is the youngest student association at Hochschule Harz and is especially for students of the Department of Business Studies.

Tatort Campus is a university magazine, which is published twice a year with a view to providing students with news of campus life and semester highlights.

Kulturschock organises cultural highlights for students, such as film evenings, theatre performances and concerts, as well as readings and discussions.

StuRa stands for student council and is committed to representing students' interests. It actively takes part in the political and cultural organisation of student life.

[:pluseins] – studying with children is an initiative by students with children for students with children. The underlying concept represents student parents and offers a platform for information exchange.

LinuxUserGroup Wernigerode (LUG-WR) seeks to establish a high profile for, and acceptance, of the free operating system Linux.

Student Representatives of the Department of Public Management seek to advise freshman students of Halberstadt on all student matters.

RCDS (Association of Christian Democratic Students) actively represents the interests of students at over 100 universities in Germany and acts as a contact point for questions and problems.

CSG (Christian Student Community) sees itself as a community for Protestant and Catholic students.

University cinema "Film ab!" presents many current movies in German and English during the semester.