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Brandenburg University of Technology

The Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus (BTU) is a young and progressive institution. Founded in 1991, it provides training for scientists, engineers, architects, as well as for urban and regional planners. It fosters on a close connection between teaching and research with the aim of educating a well-rounded engineer and a technically oriented scientist. Learn more.

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Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main University of Applied Sciences

The Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main University of Applied Sciences (Fh-Frankfurt) offers practice-oriented study programs of a high academic standard, opening the way to a broad range of attractive professions. Fh-Frankfurt's international orientation smoothes the way to the global job market: it offers not only a wide range of language courses and language learning levels, but it has partnerships with 60 universities worldwide. Most Fh-Frankfurt students now graduate with a Bachelor or Master degree, in conformity with international standards. Learn more.

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University of Kassel

The University of Kassel is a young, but highly respected and innovative comprehensive university situated in the city of Kassel in the German state of Hessen approximately 193 km north-east of Frankfurt. The University of Kassel, known as Uni-Kassel is home to 18,000 students from 115 countries. Uni-Kassel is a comprehensive university organized into 13 faculties and 3 scientific centers.Learn more.


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Philipps-Universität

Philipps-Universität Marburg, also known as Marburg University, is the oldest Protestant university in the world. Founded in 1527, Philipps is considered one of the five "classic" university towns of Germany. Located in picturesque central Germany, close to Frankfurt., Philipps is noted for a history of academic excellence, with 9 Nobel prizes given to faculty and students. The university has 17 departments that offer a wide range of subjects in the natural sciences and liberal arts, including the world's first chemistry department founded in 1609. Learn more.

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UAS7

UAS7 is a strategic alliance of seven leading German Universities of applied sciences committed to excellence in teaching, and whose goal is to further academic exchange between North American universities and the German UAS7 institutions. It represents a broad variety of about 600 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its 92,000 students, 2500 full-time faculty members, and several thousand part-time lecturers from industry and business study, teach, and research in Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster, and Osnabrück. Learn more.