The campus offers ideal conditions for study in an attractive location. A degree course in Schwäbisch Hall is synonymous with a consistent practical and professional orientation through close cooperation with local companies, which are among the world market leaders in their sector.
Schwäbisch Hall is located in the triangle formed by Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Frankfurt and has a population of over 38,000. Schwäbisch Hall is a small, picturesque Swabian town which, with its many old half-timbered houses, radiates a medieval atmosphere. In addition to its many inspiring views, a stroll through the narrow, steep lanes will also appeal to those of a sporting inclination. Picturesquely situated on the banks of the River Kocher, the town centre offers secluded beer gardens and cafés to chill out in after lectures.
In summer, the steps of the Church of St Michael in the historic market square are transformed into a stage. A visit to one of the renowned open-air plays with their special atmosphere is an experience not to be missed. In winter, the market square is filled with the colourful stalls of the Christmas Market. The Kunsthalle Würth, with its temporary exhibitions of internationally important art, is a magnet for those interested in the visual arts.
Picture caption: Half-timbered panorama: Schwäbisch Hall has one of the most attractive historic town centres in Germany. Photo: Stadt Schwäbisch Hall / Eva Maria Kraiss