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Tübingen • Chemistry • Theology, Religion • Medicine, General, Internal
Stuttgart • Electrical, Electronic • Mechanical Engineering
It is one of the top nine leading technical universities in Germany (TU9) with highly ranked programs in civil, mechanical, industrial and electrical engineering.
The University of Stuttgart is especially known for its excellent reputation in the fields of advanced automotive engineering, efficient industrial and automated manufacturing, process engineering, aerospace engineering and activity-based costing. The academic tradition of the University of Stuttgart goes back to its probably most famous graduate student: Gottlieb Daimler, the Inventor of the automobile.
Along with the Technical University of Munich, the Technical University of Darmstadt and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, it represents one of the four members of the South German Axis of Advanced Engineering and Management. These four universities, in combination with RWTH Aachen are the top five universities of the aforementioned TU9.
Stuttgart • Business • Economics • Cultural Studies
Heilbronn • Business • Ethnic, Family Studies • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
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 Computer Science provide a sound theoretical grounding while integrating vocational elements such as industrial placements or project work. Focus is also placed on competence-based approaches in order to enhance student key competences across functions and disciplines.
Most study programmes have been created in direct response to the needs of local industries but an increasing number of courses are focusing on the challenges presented by today’s global business environment.
Over the last two decades, Heilbronn University has become a regional leader in technology-driven fundamental and applied research and has established its own Institute of Applied Research. The university’s second campus is located in Künzelsau, the economically bustling centre of the Hohenlohe district, its third in Schwäbisch Hall, a city steeped in history and famous for its half-timbered medieval houses and its quality of life.
Esslingen am Neckar • Management • Health Care Sciences, Services • Nursing • Electrical, Electronic • Mechanical Engineering • Business
It is ranked among the top Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany with especially strong business administration, mechanical, electrical engineering, IT and Engineering with Business Studies programs. The university cooperates closely with the local economy and has partnerships with well-established companies such as Daimler, Porsche, Bosch, Festo , Eberspächer etc. which have major operations in the vicinity.
The present day institution grew out of the Pedagogical Institute Stuttgart, founded in 1946, which became a Pädagogische Hochschule in 1962 and was moved to Ludwigsburg in 1966. The Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg is now one of six Pädagogische Hochschulen in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
Nürtingen • Economics • Management • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
The campus is located in downtown Stuttgart.
Rottenburg am Neckar
Stuttgart • Art • Music
The school was founded in 1857 as "Stuttgarter Musikschule" (Stuttgart music school) by Sigmund Lebert, Immanuel Faißt, Wilhelm Speidel and Ludwig Stark. It was named a conservatory in 1865. From 1869 it was named "Königliches Konservatorium für Musik" (Royal conservatory of music) of the Kingdom of Württemberg, and from 1921 "Württembergische Hochschule für Musik" (Wurttemberg university of music).
Ludwigsburg • Art • Film, Radio, Television
Ludwigsburg • Film, Radio, Television
Tübingen • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Theatre
The building has its own lecture theatres for use by the faculty's departments as well as being equipped with a significant library containing over 300,000 volumes. Computer pools and wireless internet access allow students to conduct research online.
Tübingen • Chemistry Theology, Religion Medicine, General, Internal
It was established in 1930, and called the "Kamm-Institut" after its founder and long-time director, Wunibald Kamm.
At the institute, Dr. Kamm "built the first full-scale wind tunnel for motor vehicles."
The institute was rebuilt after being destroyed in World War II.