University News – Studies

Geisenheim Scientists receive Certificate of Participation as Visiting Professors in Ukraine

Countless cultural property has been damaged or destroyed during the war in Ukraine. Before the Russian invasion, there were about 400 museum, 3,000 cultural sites and seven world heritage sites in Ukraine, e.g. the historic town center of Lviv close to the Polytechnic National University.

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Geisenheim Prize for Voluntary Commitment awarded to Student Initiatives

For the first time, this year’s “Geisenheim Prize for Voluntary Commitment“ was not awarded to individuals but to various student initiatives that support those affected by the war in Ukraine and refugees in Germany. Many students, and our Ukrainian students in particular, showed great commitment by...

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2022 DAAD Award presented to Viticulture Student Andreas Grell Gudiksen

The 2022 DAAD Award worth EUR 1,000 has been awarded to our M.Sc. Viticulture, Enology and Wine Business student Andreas Grell Gudiksen. Prof. Dr. Alexander von Birgelen, Vice-President of Academic & Student Affairs presented the award as part of the first-semester welcome on October 17, 2022.


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Why Study in Geisenheim? Internationale Students Give Answers in their Media Project


As part of their media project, students from the B.Sc. International Wine Business program have created a video clip entitled “150 Years of Enthusiasm for Wine” to explain what made them decide to study in Geisenheim. They were supported by their lecturer Frank Schulz, Head of Communication...

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Hochschule Geisenheim University Celebrates 319 Graduates in Schloss Johannisberg

This year, we had two reasons to celebrate: In a festive ceremony held in Schloss Johannisberg on Friday, July 29, Hochschule Geisenheim University said goodbye to two graduating classes – winter semester 2021/22 and summer semester 2022. In addition to 319 graduates who received their well-deserved...

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University winery donates EUR 12,921 to "Geisenheim hilft! Ukraine" and launches special edition rosé wine dedicated to Ukraine

In April and May, the winery of Hochschule Geisenheim University donated 1 euro to the "Geisenheim hilft! Ukraine“ initiative. In total, they raised EUR 12,921 to help students and partner universities that are affected by the war. And the amount is set to increase because the winery has launched a...

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Hochschule Geisenheim University Tests Sensor-Controlled Precision Fertilization in Viticulture

Applying just the right amount of resources is an important factor to increase the economic and ecological sustainability of agricultural production. As part of the DIWAKOPTER project funded by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), Geisenheim scientists are exploring the potential of...

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Student Excursion to the Czech Republic (VINO EDUCA)

Wine, Football and Education!

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