The best career prospects
A solid foundation and inviting future prospects, freedom plus responsibility: the SRH University Heidelberg offers optimal chances for a successful start to your working life. As one of the oldest and largest private universities in Germany, we have been setting standards in the educational sector for four decades.
The SRH University Heidelberg began in 1969 with 130 students in three degree programmes. Today, over 3,000 students are enrolled in our more than 30 degree programmes.
We stand for excellent academic training. The knowledge our students gain serves as the basis for discovering new horizons in case studies and management exercises. Our distinguished “Heidelberg Study Model” lays special emphasis on the optimal mix of theory and practice. From the start, our students benefit from our ever-increasing partnerships with worldwide companies. We are part of a close network of contacts within business and industry, as well as scientific institutions.
Our university insists on modern equipment in lecture halls and laboratories. Innovative learning methods, case studies, management exercises, international networks and a focus on “soft skills” contribute to your seamless transition into the working world.
People with disabilities in the foreground
The SRH University Heidelberg has its roots in the area of occupational rehabilitation. The architecture of the SRH Science Tower, arc and other campus buildings, for example at the School of Engineering and Architecture or for Music Therapy, are perfectly arranged to accommodate the requirements of people with disabilities.
All areas of the campus and the individual departments have modern equipment and are easy to reach for all students.
Your advantages at a glance
- Studying in small teams
- Individual, personal coaching from our professors
- Application-oriented projects with businesses in the region
- Very high job placement rates
- Innovative study programmes
- International internships
- Career Services
- Campus located in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany