Northeast Lower Saxony University of Applied Sciences

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Northeast Lower Saxony University of Applied Sciences
activity 1971-2005
Sponsorship state
place Buxtehude , Lüneburg , Suderburg
state Lower Saxony
country Germany
Students 4.271 (WS 2004/05):
  • Buxtehude: 587
  • Lüneburg: 3,200
  • Suderburg: 484
Website ( Memento from December 2, 2004 in the Internet Archive )

The Fachhochschule Nordostniedersachsen (FH NON) was a technical college in Lower Saxony . It was founded in 1971 as the successor to the State Engineering Academy for Water Management and Cultural Technology in Suderburg and the State Engineering Academy for Construction in Buxtehude .

The seat was initially in Buxtehude . With a view to the then intended establishment of a comprehensive university in Lüneburg , the departments of social affairs and economics were founded in 1978 and the university administration was relocated there in 1981. In the winter semester in September 1992, the undergraduate degree in "Applied Automation Technology" was set up in the newly founded Department of Automation Technology. This was intended to expand the engineering offering at the Lüneburg University of Applied Sciences and at the same time complement business administration and business informatics. Most recently (2005) around 3,700 students were enrolled at the FH NON.

By resolution of the state government of Lower Saxony and the state parliament, the FH NON (excluding the Buxtehude location) merged with the University of Lüneburg in January 2005 to form today's Leuphana University of Lüneburg . The Buxtehude location was converted into the private university 21 . The Suderburg location was transferred to the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences (formerly Braunschweig / Wolfenbüttel University of Applied Sciences ) in 2009.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Technical series 11 series 4.1, students at universities in the winter semester 2004/2005. Federal Statistical Office, September 12, 2005, p. 87 , accessed on February 27, 2017 .
  2. ^ A b Ahlers, Brauns: Library merger in Lüneburg: Development of the FH Northeast Lower Saxony. February 19, 2007, p. 2 , accessed January 20, 2017 .
  3. Evaluation of teaching and studies in the automation technology department at the Northeast Lower Saxony University of Applied Sciences. Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency Hanover (ZEvA), 2003, p. 9 , accessed on January 20, 2017 .
  4. ^ Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture: Lower Saxony State Parliament unanimously resolves to merge the University and University of Applied Sciences Lüneburg | Nds. Ministry of Science and Culture. September 17, 2004, accessed January 20, 2017 .
  5. Wissenschaftsrat: Press release 24/2012 on the re-accreditation of the university November 21 , 2012, p. 4 , accessed on January 20, 2017 .