The exchange program to Hannover University is open only to Horticulture majors within the College of Agriculture. If you would like more information regarding the program please contact Dr. Michael Dana (494-5923; firstname.lastname@example.org). Please see below for information regarding application procedures.
Founded in 1831, the University of Hannover is located just north of the city center and has an enrollment of about 23,000 students. The University of Hannover's 17 Faculties cover a wide range of fields in architecture, education, engineering, horticulture, humanities, law, management, science, and social sciences. This program is operated as a partnership between faculty members in the department of horticulture at Purdue and the University of Hannover.
Hannover is the captial of Niedersachsen, a state in north-central Germany. The city has a population of just over 600,000 and consists of a combination of 11th-century half-timbered structures, 19th-century palaces and striking modern architecture. Known as a trade fair city, Hannover hosts the world's largest technology fair (CeBIT) and is the home of global corporations such at Continental AG, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and the TUI Group.
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