HTW Berlin


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HTW Berlin has almost 14,000 students and stands for challenging studies, qualified graduates and practice-oriented research. As Berlin's largest university of applied sciences, it uses the diversity of its more than 70 degree programmes in the fields of technology, information technology, business, law, culture and design for networked cooperation. The spectrum of subjects ranges from classic disciplines such as mechanical engineering, automotive engineering and business administration to newer courses such as health electronics, game design and professional IT business.

The Quality of Education Is Right

Rankings regularly attest to the high quality of education at HTW Berlin. Foreign languages and key qualifications such as presentation and lecture techniques are of great importance. The university's own Career Service also organises events that facilitate the transition into the professional world. Ideal conditions are found for all those who would like to complete part of their studies abroad. HTW Berlin maintains contacts with over 140 universities worldwide and has built up a dense network of cooperative relationships.

Research With Practical Relevance

Research is a core task for HTW Berlin and a key factor for success. Research activities connect the university with the professional world, scientific networks and companies, while at the same time guaranteeing high quality in studies and teaching. The researchers at HTW Berlin contribute their ideas, expertise and contacts to more than 250 thematically wide-ranging third-party funded projects each year, which are usually carried out in collaboration with partners from industry. Many projects are specifically geared to the innovation needs of individual companies and industries or to the development potential of the regional environment. HTW Berlin's competences are particularly pronounced in the areas of "Industry of Tomorrow", "Digitalisation" and "Creative Industries".

Interdisciplinary Research Teams

The agenda also includes topics for which various specialised competences are bundled. Only in interdisciplinary teams can holistic strategies be developed, for example, for the climate-friendly transformation of energy supply, better health care, the challenges posed by an ageing society or the digitalisation of culture and society.

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