Campus Hamburg –
Studies & Training in the port metropolis
At the Hamburg campus, you have the choice between three-year undergraduate Bachelor’s degree programs, 1 to 1.5-year Master’s degree programs or three-year doctorates.
If you have a professional qualification (e.g. a three-year vocational qualification), you can even shorten your Bachelor’s degree to 1 year through recognition of prior learning and acquire an internationally recognized Bachelor’s degree.
Following attainment of your degree you can directly progress to a master.
Thanks to our blended learning concept, you will be flexible enough to study alongside your professional commitments. At Triagon Academy, you combine self-learning phases in online studies with individual face-to-face workshops at the location.
The campus offers you modern, functional seminar rooms with free Internet access. For the face-to-face seminars, we rely on small learning groups in order to be able to offer you a pleasant and effective learning atmosphere.
- Recognized Bachelor’s degree obtained within a shorter period through recognition of prior learning!
- Flexible study thanks to blended learning concept
- Great job prospects in the economically strong port metropolis of Hamburg
- Exposed location with a view of the main church of St. Michaelis and not far from the Elbe
- Small learning groups in modern seminar rooms
Arrival: How to reach us!
You can reach the Campus Hamburg of the Triagon Academy at the following address: Teilfeld 5, 20459 Hamburg.
Arriving by public transport
If you arrive by public transport, you can take the S1 from the airport and get off at the Stadthausbrücke stop. Or you can take the U3 and get off at the station Rödingsmarkt. From there you can reach the Triagon Campus on foot in a few minutes.
Arriving by car
Due to limited parking available in the city center, we would recommend that you travel by public transport. If you still arrive by car, you can arrive via the A7 and take the Bahrenfeld exit. You can also drive along the A1 and leave it at the Elbrücken exit. Parking is available in the car park at Rödingsmarkt, where you can buy a day ticket for a fee. .
The Neustadt is a central district of Hamburg, which is embedded between Hamburg-Altstadt and Sankt Pauli. About 13,000 of the almost 2,000,000 inhabitants in Hamburg live here.
The various canals and rivers leads to the well-known cityscape with the approximately 2,500 bridges. In addition, Wilhelmsburg is one of the largest river islands on the Elbe with one of the last floodplain forests in Europe.
Nature is not the only characteristic of the place – the architecture in this district is rather unique and provides an important attraction.
Neustadt is particularly well known for the historic Gängeviertel, parts of which are still preserved. Most of it can be found at the corner of Valentinskamp /Caffeemacherreihe. Here, an alternative artists’ quarterd eveloped in whichconcerts, exhibitions and open workshops take place.
Hamburg is the world’s third largest acting location after New York and London. Here the classic Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber ran for 15 years on Broadway. And was replaced from 2001 until now by the production “The Lion King”.
The annual port birthday is definitely worth a visit. .
Food & Drink in Hamburg-Neustadt
Eat a bite together during the lunch break or after the lectures in the city center? Below you will find our tips for dining in Hamburg-Neustadt. The individual restaurants and snacks can be easily reached on foot from the campus::
Where can I stay in Hamburg-Neustadt?
In the event that you are still looking for a cheap accommodation for the face-to-face lectures, we have put together a small list for you. The selected hotels and hostels are in the price range 30-50€ per night:
What sights are there in Hamburg-Neustadt and the surrounding area?
Hamburg is a city which has more canals than Venice and Amsterdam combined. These are our sight-seeing hotspots near the campus:
Main Church of Saint Michaelis
This is the most famous church in Hamburg. Its baroque architectural style makes it one of the most famous churches in northern Germany.
Museum of Hamburg History
The “Elphi” is a 110 meter high building located on the right bank of the Northern Elbe. The site is characterized by a glass façade, which is reminiscent of wave movements. Here you can follow concerts, dine exquisitely or spend the night in the in-house hotel.
Museum of Hamburg History
In this museum you will find an overview of the history of Hamburg from 800 AD to the present day.
The Panoptikum is Germany’s largest and oldest wax museum. Here you will meet celebrities such as Angela Merkel, Barack Obama or Angelina Jolie.
Hamburg State Opera
The Opera at Gänsemarkt is home to the Hamburg State Opera, the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra and the Hamburg Ballet. Those interested in culture and music will definitely get their money’s worth here.
Cap Sandiego Museum Ship
This ship was built in 1961 and is the largest operational museum cargo ship in the world with its berth at the Überseebrücklein.
Here you will find the largest model railway system in the world, where you can observe around 1,000 digitally controlled trains.
An average of 60 meters high is the fountain on the Binnenalster which is considered an important landmark for Hamburg.