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Studying with the best prospects

"Why should I study at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences?" There really are good reasons for doing your degree at our University of Applied Sciences. With more than 55 years experience in educating engineers, the Ulm University of Applied Sciences​ offers excellent supervision and knows what qualities employers are looking for. A good qualification in one of the Bachelor's or Master's degree programmes on offer will open up numerous exciting career opportunities for you.

There are diverse options for an individualised qualification: you can choose from compulsory module options, coursework, theses and languages, as well as getting key qualifications – for example in business administration or project management. Relatively small semester sizes, learning in small study groups and direct contact with the professors permit a pleasant and effective learning atmosphere. The aim of the University of Applied Sciences is to qualify students for the workplace at a high-level, thus ensuring their employability in the long-term. We have a tradition of close cooperation with regional businesses enabling attractive internships and, usually, a smooth start to students' careers. All faculties also offer dual study programmes, some with an integrated apprenticeship following the Ulm Model

The Ulm University of Applied Sciences is also in a very good position internationally. It has partnerships with more than 60 universities in almost 40 countries. Not only can you spend a semester at one of our partner universities, but you can also do your thesis or a practical semester abroad. In several degree courses it is possible to receive an international degree qualification.


Introducing the University of Applied Sciences: student learning in the University of Applied Sciences
There are all kinds of dual study programmes on offer, but studying with the Ulm Model gives you the great advantage of acquiring an accredited apprenticeship qualification from the IHK (Chamber of Industry and Commerce) alongside your Bachelor of Enginee
Innovative technologies are used in the institutes and laboratories at the University of Applied Sciences: for example, Google Glass, here in the Logistics department.
The University of Applied Sciences continues to develop: the new building planned for the Albert-Einstein-Allee campus will unite modern architecture and technology with an innovative energy concept.
International experience is becoming increasingly important when looking for a job: therefore Ulm University of Applied Sciences enables all its students to spend a part of their studies abroad.
Students at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences can implement their knowledge in their own projects. In the "Flexhand" project, students designed an innovative prosthetic hand.
As well as modern buildings, the Albert-Einstein-Allee campus also offers generously-proportioned green spaces for relaxation.
Bright, pleasant classrooms like the ones here at the Albert-Einstein-Allee campus create a good atmosphere for learning.
Small class sizes and laboratory groups enable good communication between the students and professors.
With its generous green spaces, the Prittwitzstrasse campus also offers plenty of room for relaxation between lectures.
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Room: E07
Prittwitzstrasse 10
89075 Ulm
Fon: +49 (0)731 50-28025
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A well-rounded course and appropriate conditions

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Student satisfaction

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Effective studying enables acquisition of comprehensive knowledge

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Practical higher education

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Friendly atmosphere and exciting research projects

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Application-oriented courses help career prospects

Student Benjamin Vogt on his degree programme Computer Science.more

Excellent career prospects

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Certified quality

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