Lübeck University of Applied Sciences

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Lübeck University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule Lübeck, FH Lübeck) is a Fachhochschule in Lübeck in Schleswig-Holstein, a northern Land in Germany.

It supports e-learning both on campus and via its Virtuellen Fachhochschule Lübeck.

The Virtuellen Fachhochschule Lübeck is one of the constituent entities of the three-Land consortium Zentralstelle für Fernstudien an Fachhochschulen in Germany.

The online study paths of the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences were invented within a first federal lead project called “Virtuelle Fachhochschule (VFH)” (=Virtual University of Applied Sciences). Between 1998 and late 2003 mainly seven universities from different Bundesländer were engaged in inventing online pathways. Lead-managed by the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences - this university network developed a bachelor's and master's degree programme Media Informatics and a bachelor's programme Industrial Engineering. In the meantime in Lüneburg it is also offered a Continuing Education Master Programme and Consecutive Master Programme concerning Industrial Engineering, in cooperation with universities in Sweden, Norway, Finland, as a joint study programme of the Kiel University of Applied Sciences and Lübeck University of Applied Sciences.

The FH Lübeck web site is at http://www.fh-luebeck.de


FH Lübeck uses Moodle.


This institution/programme was discussed as a case study in the Megatrends project in its second report, Megaproviders of e-learning in Europe (PDF - 212 pages - EN), 2007 (ISBN 978 82 562 88184).