The University of Hanover, officially the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover or LUH, is a university located in Hanover, Germany. It was founded in 1831 and is organized in nine faculties.
The university was founded in 1831 as a Higher Trade School. In 1879 it was upgraded to a Royal College of Technology; in 1898 it was given the right to confer doctorates. In 1968 it was renamed a Technical University, and in 1978 a University.
The university's profile, from its beginning, centered on science and technology. In the course of the 20th century faculties for arts and humanities were added, and the formerly independent Teachers Training College was made an integral part of the university.
Nine faculties with more than 150 first-degree full-time and part-time degree courses make the university the second largest higher education institution in Lower Saxony. The university staff comprises 1,120 academic employees, including 340 professors, 1,560 employees in administrative functions, and some 900 additional staff funded by third-parties.
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