Brick walls, the reflection of an old cargo crane on the water surface and the smell of soap and acrylic paint - this is our campus »Art and Social Change«. In a former soap factory on approximately 5,000 square meters and on a 900-year old ground of history, students of the Departments Art, Society and Health and the Departments Family, Child and Social Work learn and experiment at the Harburg Inland Port.
In the large studios and lecture halls, industrial charm meets modern design; architecture steeped in history merges with a cozy ambience - creating ideal learning and working conditions.
The MSH offers Bachelor's and Master's programs that deal with the development and support of social systems. This affects both the individual development processes of children, families and adults as well as the development of organizations and companies.
Our degree programs aim at artistic or social science based on mediating, creative, organizing, communicating and scientific activities in a health or socio-cultural environment.
Are you interested in developments within societies and cultures? You want to understand the connections between globalization, social and technological development, political change and cultural innovation? Additionally you want to understand how today's societies master these challenges and try to find ways to deal with diversity and social inequality?
Become a part of the Campus »Arts and Social Change« and experience the degree courses Expressive Arts in Social Transformation (EAST), Intermedial Art Therapy and Art Analog Coaching as well as the study programs Social Work and Transdisciplinary Early Intervention and Family Support.