HTW Dresden

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Erasmus CodeD DRESDEN01
Erasmus Charta29744

Brief description

The Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden is a public university of applied sciences located in Dresden, Germany. Founded in 1992, it is Dresden’s second largest institution of higher education with an enrollment of roughly 5,300 students (as of 2007) and 180 staff.

It is divided into 8 faculties (Civil Engineering/Architecture, Electrical Engineering, Design, Information Technology/Mathematics, Agriculture/Landscape Management, Mechanical Engineering/Process Engineering (with Chemistry and Physics), Geoinformation, and Business Administration (with Language centre)) and offers a large variety of courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Hochschule Emden/Leer

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NN-coordinatorAndrea Meyenburg (International Office) (
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Erasmus Code D EMDEN02
Erasmus Charta257523

Brief description

With its varied and up to date programme, Hochschule Emden/Leer positions itself primarily as a university of applied science in the region and for the region.

Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering and natural sciences, nautical science, business administration, social work and health science aim to cover current and future needs for academics in the region.

Excellent teaching and study programmes with an international profile are seen here as essential elements in the education of young scientists for a globalised knowledge-based society.

Research, technology transfer and continuing education – particularly in our established areas of specialisation – serve among other aspects to provide stimuli for new businesses or new directions in existing business and society.

This focus of the university – a strong commitment to the region and at the same time an international orientation – matches the picture shown in an OECD study from 2007.

The profile of Hochschule Emden/Leer stems from the combination developed over recent years of areas of specialisation in teaching, research and technology transfer. Regional relevance, an international focus, study programmes with interdisciplinary features, and aspects of sustainability all contribute to a high degree in defining its profile.

Worms University of Applied Sciences

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Erasmus CodeD WORMS01
Erasmus Charta28418

Brief description

The University of Applied Sciences Worms  is a public university located in Worms, Germany. It was founded in 1978. The University of Applied Sciences Worms comprises faculties of business, tourism/transportation, and computer science. A common feature of all degree programs is a practical approach to the respective subjects, a relatively short average duration of study, and the international orientation.

Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences

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NN-coordinatorProf. Dr. Susanne Wilpers (
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Erasmus CodeD HEILBRO01
Erasmus Charta29697

Brief description

Heilbronn University ranks amongst the major institutions of Higher Education in the state of Baden-Württemberg where it caters for about 8,200 degree-seeking students on four campuses, namely Heilbronn – Sontheim, Heilbronn – Am Europaplatz, Künzelsau and Schwäbisch Hall.

The university is a family-friendly, vibrant institution which is committed to innovative and interdisciplinary knowledge transfer. It works closely with its many partners in business, industry and the local community to create a sustainable and ethical learning environment for its students.

Its diverse range of study programmes in Business Studies, Engineering and Information Technology provide a sound theoretical grounding while integrating vocational elements such as industrial placements or project work.

University of Applied Sciences Nordhausen

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NN-coordinatorThomas Hoffmann
Erasmus CodeD NORDHAU01
Erasmus Charta53609

Brief description

FH Nordhausen is the youngest University of Applied Sciences in the region of Thuringia. 12 Bachelor and 6 Master courses are offered in the fields of Engineering, Social Sciences and Business.

Once a year in spring FH Nordhausen organises an International Project Week as part of Internationalisation at Home.

University of Hamburg

Region/StateCity of Hamburg
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NN-coordinatorElena Sheynfeld (
International OfficeFaculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences and Faculty of Business Administration
Erasmus CodeD HAMBURG01
Erasmus Charta29770

Brief description

The Universität Hamburg is the fifth largest university in Germany with around 40,000 students, approx. 9% of whom are citizens of other countries, and offers more than 100 degree courses in subjects ranging from medicine to musicology. The university is committed to liberal-mindedness and tolerance, international cooperation and the universality of science.