Semester 1: Early September to late February
Semester 2: Early March to mid-July
You probably have plenty of questions about your destination. You can find some of the answers in Hamburg's student guide.View Student Guide
Hamburg UAS does not have its own halls of residences. Instead they are run by Studierendenwerk Hamburg. Learn more about the student residences, the flat-sharing options and the hostels available in Hamburg on the university's website via the link below.More information on finding accommodation in Hamburg
Financial Support and Living Costs
Find out your estimated monthly expenses and learn what forms of financial support may be available to you.
As a UK Erasmus student, for the 2021/22 academic year you are entitled to receive an Erasmus Grant. Guidance on funding for students undertaking exchange in the 2022/23 academic year will be added soon.View cost of living information
All students have to pay a semester contribution, which includes purchase of the Semester Ticket. The Semester Ticket is a public transport ticket which allows students unlimited travel on Hamburg's public transport system of underground trains and buses.Find out more about Hamburg's public transport