Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf • Düsseldorf, Germany

The Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf was founded in 1965 as a real university in the city of Dusseldorf with the combination of Faculty of Natural Science-Arts and Humanities to the existing Practical Medicine in the early history of Dusseldorf University which began in 1907. It was a nameless university for more than 23 years and then christened after the poet Heinrich Heine, famous son of Dusseldorf in 1989.
The HHU Dusseldorf is located in the southeast of Dusseldorf, Bilk district. It was created like a scientific suburb because of the direct link between university and university hospitals. Buildings are renovated and modernized, newly built Student Service Centre (SSC), Oeconomicum building and the O.A.S.E. library. Their library has 4 stars in public library ratings.
The campus university has over 30,000 students today and find it as the best conditions in academic life.
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