The Euroculture orientation days for the winter term 2022/23 will take place October 11-14, 2022 @ Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3 (Main Campus).
Here you can find information from the International Office on the organisation of your studies and on orientation in Göttingen
For current information on Studying under COVID-19 Pandemic Conditions please refer to this page
| Getting to Göttingen by train is very easy from Hannover (about 1 ½ hours) or from Hamburg (about 2 hours) and also from Frankfurt (about 2 hours). All trains run once an hour and cost between 20 and 60 Euro. |
Further information about travelling by train can be found online: www.bahn.de (Deutsche Bahn).
| The nearest international airport to Göttingen is located in Hannover. Hannover Airport has regular train connections to Göttingen (with transfer at Hannover central train station). It will take you around one hour to reach Göttingen.|
The second nearest airports are Frankfurt/Main and Hamburg; from there you can reach Göttingen within 2 hours by train.
|Göttingen has a good transportation network. With your student card you can travel through most parts of the city by bus for free, although riding a bike is normally quicker. It does not cost much to rent a bike in Göttingen for a day (11 Euros for renting a bike for 24 hours). Buying a bicycle in Göttingen is no problem either. There are several bicycle shops in Göttingen, but you can also buy bikes second hand or rent a bike for a whole month through Swapfiets|
|Apart from taking the train, you can use the carpooling service BlaBlaCar or take a Bus.|
|You can find a description on how to walk from the train station to the central campus in three minutes here.|
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