HECTOR School Campus

In the center of Karlsruhe, the HECTOR School offers modern educational spaces as well as high standard accommodation


The campus of the HECTOR School is located in the heart of Karlsruhe. Relax in the breaks between the lectures in the park or enjoy enjoy various delicacies in the nearby localities. Besides the lecture hall and seminar rooms, the HECTOR School also offers high standard accommodation facilities. Find here the direction to our campus. Take our 360 degree tour and discover our facilities.

If you are interested in getting to know our campus take a look at our open house days. If you are interested in a private guided tour, contact Ms. Katrin Olböter at info∂hectorschool.com.

Accommodation Service

The HECTOR School offers modern accommodation facilities to its students. Even it is located right next to the historic castle of Karlsruhe and only a few steps away from the main shopping street, it is yet in a very calm area. Our room management is happy to assist you with any inquiries. Find your place to stay.

Seminar Rooms

HECTOR School participants will have lectures directly at the HECTOR School campus in the center of Karlsruhe, as well as at the KITs seminar rooms and laboratories, or workshops.

KIT Campus and Infrastructure

The KIT campus is located just a short walk away from the HECTOR School campus. HECTOR School participants benefit from the complete infrastructure of the KIT and its numerous services.

Directly located infront of the Karlsruhe Palace, HECTOR School participants reach the KIT Campus within a few minutes by foot. Here they are able to profit from a wide range of services and an infrastructure, that is oriented towards serving the 25.000 students of the KIT and its almost 10.000 employes.

Here are some examples:

KIT Campus

The KIT Campus is distributed over several locations. Campus South is located in the heart of the city - close to the HECTOR School Campus. Some of the lectures will be held here. Campus North, the former Forschungszentrum, is located near Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen. In addition, there are several other locations in the Karlsruhe city area and Germany.
A campus map helps to find your way around.

Find your Way with the Campus Map
KIT 24/7 libraryKIT

The KIT library supports students around the clock with over two million books and 28,000 magazines. Focus areas are natural sciences, engineering, and economic sciences. The latest literature is freely accessible in the respective reading rooms. Additionally, the library offers several services via the internet, including online catalogs, subject-specific databases, electronic full texts and multimedia, as well as various document delivery services.

Find more information in the library
Dining hall on the KIT CampusKIT
Dining hall

The KIT Mensa close to the Adenauerring and about 10 minutes footwalk away from our campus, the dining hall, offers a wide variety of inexpensive food for students and university staff. In the Adenauerring Mensa, around 9,000 meals are freshly prepared every day during the lecture period and served on eight different lines. Try, for example, one of the most popular German dishes: Schnitzel with chips and salad.

Find tasty food here
KIT Sport Programs Football and TennisKIT
KIT Sport Programs

The university sports program of the KIT is aimed at students and employees of the KIT cooperation facilities. It offers a wide range of sport programs, groups, and activities. You can join the fitness club, use the indoor swimming pool, or the tennis courts. There are also numerous groups and courses for different sport activities: from acrobatics over various ball sports, to yoga.

Get active with the KIT sport programs
ClicKIT Student MagazineKIT
ClicKIT - Student Magazine

Studying at KIT, student projects, the working world, leisure activities, events, and much more - the online magazine cliKIT informs students four times a year. Mainly in German but but there are occasional articles published in English.

Click here to go to ClicKIT
Radio KIT

"KIT Wissen - Faszination Forschung" and "KIT Campus- Studieren und mehr" are the two magazines of the KIT radio program. The programs are changing weekly and can be received via UKW Karlsruhe 104.8, BW Kabel 100.2 or via internet livestream.
KIT Wissen gives insights behind the scenes and provides information into scientific events with KIT experts. KIT Campus is about the lecture hall as well as about nightlife and residential areas.

There's something to listen to