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Location: Hamburg

EBC University, which was established in 2008, is a state-approved university of applied sciences that is privately sponsored by the EBC Euro-Business-College GmbH. The University has locations in Hamburg (headquarters), Berlin, and Düsseldorf. It offers prospective students international and practice-oriented degree courses at Bachelor’s and Master’s level. The Bachelor degree programs include “International Business Management“ (B.A.), “Sports Management“ (B.A.), “International Business & Fashion Management“ (B.A.), “Tourism & Event Management“ (B.A.), “Business Psychology“ (B.Sc.), „Nursing Management“ (B.A.), as well as “Childhood Pedagogy and Management“ (B.A.). All Bachelor’s programs offered by EBC University provide for both internship abroad and studies abroad. At Master’s level, EBS offers the four-semester blingual study program “International Management“ (M.A.), which is composed of compuslory modules (Corporate Management, Business Management, Sales & Marketing) as well as concentration modules (Corporate Development & Human Capital Management, Small/Medium Enterprise Management & Entrepreneurship). The range of educational services is supplemented by the certififcate courses “Cruise Management“ and “Real Estate Management“, the study-accompanying training program “Lean Six Sigma & Consulting“, as well as certified courses from Dashöfer publishing. More than 1,000 students are currently enrolled at EBC University.

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Location: Aachen

RWTH Aachen University, founded in 1870 and seated in Aachen (North Rhine-Westphalia), is the biggest state university in Germany as far as technical studies are concerned. Ever since the University was awarded for its institutional strategy for project-related development of top-level research at the university (“RWTH 2020: Meeting Global Challenges“) within the scope of the 2007 Excellence Initiative, it belongs to the circle of the nine so-called “elite universities“ in Germany. More than 44,000 students, 8,000 being international students from 128 countries, receive an academic education at nine faculties and its corresponding departments/divisions: the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Natural Sciences (Department of Mathematics, Department of Computer Science, Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry, Department of Biology), the Faculty of Architecture, the Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the Faculty of Georesources and Materials Engineering (Division of Mineral Resources and Raw Materials Engineering, Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Division of Earth Sciences and Geography), the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (Literature, Linguistics, Philosophy, Social Sciences; Education, Cognition, Communication), the Faculty of Business and Economics, and the Faculty of Medicine. Among the more than 100 study programs offered are also 14 English-language degree courses. Moreover, with more than 9,000 employees, the RWTH Aachen University is the biggest employer of the greater Aachen region.

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Location: Aachen

With more than 13,000 students, the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences of the federal state of North-Rhine Westphalia, which was founded in 1971, ranks among the ten biggest universities of applied science in Germany. As many as ten faculties spread across the two main locations of Aachen and Jülich. While the faculties of Architecture, Design, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, Aerospace Engineering, and Business Studies are located in Aachen, the faculties of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Energy Technology, as well as Medical Engineering and Technomatics are to be found in Jülich. Prospective students are offered around 50 Bachelor programs and more than 20 Master programs, including dual and extra-occupational study programs. Outside of lectures, students of the FH Aachen have the opportunity to take part in a variety of student projects in order to gain additional practical experience. As a member of the HAWtech network (German Alliance of Applied Sciences), FH Aachen maintains close collaboration with other German universities of applied science in the fields of research and teaching, technology transfer, advanced training and education, and university management.

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Location: Berlin

Humboldt University, which was founded in 1809, is one of Berlin’s oldest universities as well as one of the 20 biggest universities nationwide. Being one of those universities that have been included in the third line of funding within the scope of the Excellence Initiative, it belongs to the circle of “elite universities“. More than 34,000 students are enrolled at the Humboldt University in the following nine faculties: the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Life Sciences, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, the Charité (joint Faculty of Medicine of Humboldt University and the Free University of Berlin), the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, the Faculty of Theology, and the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. The scope of studies includes 185 study programs, with the Humboldt University offering not only conventional subjects but also “small“ subjects such as “European Ethnology“, “Deaf Studies“ and “African and Asian Studies“. Moreover, the Humboldt University is the only university in Germany to offer the study program “Rehabilitation Sciences“ with focus on sign language pedagogy and audio pedagogy, as well as the international Master’s program “Religion and Culture“. The Humboldt University is also the only university throughout Berlin to allow studying Social sciences, Agricultural Sciences, and Protestant Theology. Medical studies are carried out at the Charité.

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Location: Berlin

With nearly 37,000 students, the Free University of Berlin, which was founded in 1948, ranks among the biggest universities in Germany. With its award-winning strategy for the future, the “International Network University“, the University also belongs to the circle of “elite universities“. Across 15 deparments, the Free University of Berlin offers round about 150 study programs in the fields of humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, economic sciences, law, as well as human and veterinary medicine. Included in the range of study offers are 26 English-language programs, as well as joint (in part double degree) programs with national and international universities. A special characteristic of the University’s range of studies is a variety of “small“ subjects with a high degree of specialization such as theater and film studies, bioinformatics, egyptology, Arabic studies, Byzantine studies, Jewish studies, Indology, Iranian studies, ethnology, general and comparative literature. Apart from that, the Free University of Berlin is the only university in the Berlin-Brandenburg region to offer the subjects Catholic theology, Turkish studies, religious studies, veterinary medicine, journalism and communication studies, biochemistry, and meteorology. The Free University of Berlin is entitled to confer degrees at both doctoral and post-doctoral levels.

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Location: Berlin

The Technical University of Berlin is one of the 20 biggest as well as one of the oldest technical universities nationwide. Nearly 34,000 students are enrolled in 90 study programs at seven faculties. The faculties break down in Faculty I: Humanities, Faculty II: Mathematics and Natural Science, Faculty III: Process Sciences, Faculty IV: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Faculty V: Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems, Faculty VI: Planning – Building – Environment, and Faculty VII: Economis and Management. The scope of studies offered by the Technical University Berlin ranges from German-language Bachelor’s and Master’s programs through international, i.e. full or partial English-language Master’s programs to continuing education programs at Master’s level, as well as certification and doctoral programs. Individuals that have successfully completed an advanced training program or with completed vocational training and professional experience of at least three years are provided by the Technical University of Berlin with the opportunity of starting an undergraduate study program even without any higher education entrance qualification.

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Location: Berlin

The Berlin University of the Arts, founded in 1696, is a public art school with around 3,500 students. It is the biggest university of its kind throughout Europe. The Art School offers Bachelor and Master programs in the fields of fine arts, design (e.g., “Fashion Design“, “Product Design“, “Architecture“), music (e. g., “Conducting“, “Composition“, “Music Education“), and performing arts (“Voice/Opera“, “Dance and Choreography“, “Acting“). Upon successful completion of a study program, students are respectively awarded with B.A. and M.A. degrees. Also included in the range of studies offered are teaching-oriented programs, doctoral programs, as well as continuing education programs. The latter programs, including such courses as “Cultural Journalism“, “Sound Studies and Sonic Arts“, “Leadership in Digital Communication“ and “Music Therapy“, are carried out at the specially established UdK Barlin Career College. Applicants are obligated to undergo an artistic admission procedure, which varies depending on the respective study program.

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Location: Berlin

The Hanns Eisler College of Music, founded in 1950 and named after music theoretician and composer Hanns Eisler, is a public college of music situated in Berlin. Approximately 600 students from 54 countries are enrolled there. The scope of studies spans the areas of singing and direction, strings, woodwind and brass instruments, as well as musicology and composition. The study programs with an exclusively artistic focus comprise 24 Bachelor programs, 28 Master programs, 19 Konzertexamen further studies programs, as well as five Masterclass further studies programs (“Composition, Historical and Contemporary Compositional Technique“, “Choir Conducting“, “Orchestra Conducting“, “Music Theatre Direction“). In addition to the regular course offerings, the Hanns Eisler College of Music, in collaboration with Deutscher Chorverband, provides the opportunity of taking part in a professional development program for choir conductors.

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Location: Berlin

The SRH hdpk Berlin, founded in 2009 and situated in Berlin, is a state-recognized university of popular arts in private ownership of SRH Holding. The private university provides educational training for professions within the culture and creativity industry to approximately 550 students. The scope of studies includes six Bachelor programs in the fields of design and media, music and sound, communicationa and media, as well as two Master programs (M.A.). The programs offered at Bachelor’s level are made up of the seven-semester degree courses “Media Management“, “Creative Industries Management“, “Music Production“, “Popular Music“ (B.Mus.), “Media Design“, and “Audio Design“. The Master programs include the consecutive four-semester degree course “Media Psychology“, and the three-semester continuing education program “Event Communication“. To commence studies at the SRH hdpk, proof of both university entrance qualification and artistic qualification is required.

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Location: Berlin

The Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin, founded in 1946, is a public art school in Berlin with more than 800 students. The scope of studies offered includes the Bachelor and consecutive Master programs “Product Design“ (B.A./M.A.), “Fashion Design“ (B.A./M.A.), “Textile and Surface Design“ (B.A./M.A.), and “Visual Communication“ (B.A./M.A.). Added to this are the post-graduate Master degree courses “Art Therapy“ (M.A.), “Spatial Strategies“ (M.A.), as well as the Diploma courses “Painting“, “Sculpture“, and “Stage and Costume Design“. Study applicants have to undergo a two-step admission procedure, which is made up of a pre-selection (portfolio) and an entrance examination.

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Location: Berlin

The Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin, founded in 1908 by sufragette and scientist Alice Salomon, is a state university headquartered in Berlin-Hellersdorf. The University’s study focus is on social work, education and training, as well as health. The scope of studies offered by the educational institution, where round about 3,000 students are enrolled, ranges from five undergraduate, partly extra-occupational Bachelor programs (“Early Childhood Education“, “Healthcare and Nursing Management“, “Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy“, “Social Work“, “Social Work Online“ (for employed students)), three consecutive Master programs (“Management and Quality Development in the Health Sector“, “Practical Research in Social Work and Early Education“, “Public Health“), as well as various (partly English-language) continuing education Master programs (e. g., “Biografic and Creative Writing“, “Intercultural Conflict Management“, “Clinical Social Work“, “Social Management“). Prospective students with refugee experience are provided with the opportunity of taking part in the free two-semester ASH Pre-Study Program, the purpose of which is to prepare the relevant group of persons to apply for a regular study program at the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin or other higher education institutions in Germany.

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Location: Berlin

The International Psychoanalytic University Berlin, founded in 2009, is a state-recognized private educational institution in Berlin with university status and with nearly 600 students. It is in private ownership of the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin GmbH. In line with its endeavour to establish psychoanalysis as a university science, all programs offered at IPU involve psychoanalytic contents. Prospective students can choose between five study programs. The scope of studies includes the undergraduate degree course “Psychology“ (B.Sc.), the full or part-time Master program “Psychology with a clinical focus“, as well as the three extra-occupational Master programs “Psychoanalytical Cultural Studies“ (M.A.), “Integrated Care/Psychosis“ (M.A.), and “Leadership and Consulting“ (M.A.). In addition, IPU, in partnership with Humboldt University Berlin, offers a doctoral study course. Admission to study at IPU is subject to a two-step selection procedure made up of an online application and a personal selection interview.