PFH Hansecampus Stade is located in the Ottenbeck quarter in the immediate vicinity of Stade Technology Centre, in which companies like Airbus, EADS and the Fraunhofer Institute work on developing fibre composite structures for use in aircraft construction, shipping and vehicle construction. On an area of 3,000 square metres, the PFH's campus provides a lecture theatre for around 140 students, numerous other seminar rooms and laboratories boasting state-of-the-art equipment, office rooms and meeting rooms for professors and lecturers and the University's own dining hall.
PFH Hansecampus Stade
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Engineering Study Programmes with Future Prospects: Lightweight Engineering & Composites
If you are looking for an engineering degree that offers unique future prospects, the key technology CFRP (carbon fibre-reinforced plastic) is the right choice. Lightweight structures made of fibre composites are being used more and more frequently in aircraft construction, automotive engineering, machine construction and wind turbine construction as well as in many other industries. The study content is imparted by professors with practical experience.
The University offers you practically oriented training, being located in the middle of Ottenbeck's industrial and service sector, in which more than seventy companies from throughout Europe that are engaged in work on carbon fibre-reinforced composites have established themselves. Deserving of particular mention is the Stade Airbus plant, which, among other things, manufactures the tail fin of the A380 here. Our corporate partners will give you, as a student, extensive insights into the CFRP process chain - from research and development to production through to recycling.
Hanse Town Stade
Stade is a town betwixt tradition and innovation. With its more than 1000-year history and a high density of high-tech industry, the town of Stade unites these apparent polarities into a unique combination.
Situated directly on the Elbe, Stade, as a part of Hamburg's growing metropolitan region, offers its around 45,000 inhabitants an industrial and science location with the benefits of a small town and a large city. Unbureaucratic channels for fast decisions in politics, administration and business, coupled with outstanding infrastructure, provide a favourable framework for initiatives and investments. In addition, Stade, with its old town, its cafés and numerous interesting shops, offers a special atmosphere, which develops its own, charming character.