Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences


The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) is an International Business School. In the interdisciplinary bachelor and master courses, students are prepared in a practice-oriented manner for management activities and leadership positions with different focal points. The HNU cooperates intensively with numerous companies, attaches great importance to international exchange and the promotion of cultural and social skills. The campus with its state-of-the-art media technology equipment is located in the countryside and is characterised by its familiar atmosphere. (Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences - Hochschule Neu-Ulm (

The Africa Institute at the HNU

The HNU has been active on the African continent since 2005 and has integrated all activities in research, teaching, learning, innovation and transfer in the Africa Institute. The interdisciplinary Africa Institute comprises projects and scientists from the three faculties Health Management, Information Management as well as Business and Economics. The cooperation with African partners focuses on practice-oriented and interdisciplinary projects in the fields of health management, entrepreneurship, decentralised electrification, circular ecenomy, logistics and resource management as well as commercialization of research. This expertise is made available to German companies through various transfer formats, such as events or market research. For more information, please follow this link: Africa Institute - Hochschule Neu-Ulm (



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Projects (Coordination)

TT-CUIP – Capacity Strengthening in Technology Transfer and Commercialization of University Intellectual Property
RWANDA-CAE – Sustainable economic development in Rwanda through circular agro-economy
STAIRE – Streng­the­ning Aqua­cul­tu­re In­dus­try Through Re­ne­wa­ble En­er­gies
Hill­top – Health Tech­no­lo­gy As­sess­ment for di­gi­tal health in­ter­ven­ti­ons/in­itia­ti­ves for pu­blic health
Value Contribution Business Intelligence (BI)

Projects (Partner)

HAW Kenia Phase I
PROCEED – Mini-Grid Technology Research
UPLIFT-Ag – Universities Promoting Linkages for Impactful Training, Innovation and Technology Transfer (UPLIFT) in Agriculture