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University competition for sustainable building and living in the city started

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Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences becomes "Partner University of Top Sports"

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The Solar Decatholon Europe 2021/22 enters the hot final phase.

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After an eventful week the joint Summer School of MoVe and the University of New Brunswick (UNB) ended on Friday, May 6, 2022.

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Dates & Events

30
May
Stuttgarter Geotechnik-Seminar 2
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22
Jun
Day of learning and teaching 2022
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18
Jul
Stuttgarter Geotechnik Seminar 4
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The HFT Stuttgart in a nutshell:

Founded in 1832, the HFT Stuttgart is a University with tradition.

Students will find a central city campus in the heart of Stuttgart.

Stuttgart ist the state capital of Baden-Württemberg in the south-west of Germany.

The HFT Stuttgart has over 80 partner universities worldwide.

The Applied Research Institute is one of the biggest in Baden-Württemberg.

Ein Luftbild der gesamten Gebäude der HFT
Central city campus

All study programmes at a glance

14 Bachelor- and 19 Master Programmes

The HFT Stuttgart offers a wide range of Bachelor's and Master's degrees. In addition to classical courses of study such as architecture, civil engineering, business administration, computer science or applied mathematics, the HFT Stuttgart is the only university in Germany to offer bachelor's courses in building physics and information logistics. Other attractive study programmes that combines different study subjects are for exmaple the Bachelor's degree courses in Climate Engineering, Business Informatics, Infrastructure Management and Industrial Engineering (Construction/Real Estate).

Consecutive full- or part-time Master's programmes follow on from the undergraduate courses. In addition, internationally oriented master's programmes such as Interior Architectural Design (IMIAD) or English-language master's programmes such as Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics, International Project Management, Smart City Solutions and Software Technology are also offered.

 

4000

Students

35

Bachelor- & Master-Programmes

125

Professors

Studying at the HFT Stuttgart

Tradition and innovation - that is what characterises the Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart, a technical University of Applied Sciences. The tradition of teaching building, construction and design dates back to 1832 and is constantly being developed further. Today, the study fields range from architecture and design, civil engineering, building physics, computer science, mathematics and surveying to business management. This includes numerous innovative courses of study, new content and forms of teaching, active use of media and a modern infrastructure.

The HFT Stuttgart is a nationally and internationally renowned university. The course of study combines science and practice, and after a short time the graduates have a job suitable for their studies. The Bachelor-Master system as well as numerous support and additional programs offer individual study opportunities and optimal study conditions.

Teaching and research - these are basic tasks of a university of applied sciences. With its research projects, the HFT Stuttgart is one of the most heavily funded universitie in Baden-Württemberg. Applied research stimulates teaching, further education, lifelong learning and technology transfer. There is a special obligation here to use the locational advantages of Stuttgart, the capital of the federal state Baden-Württemberg, which ist on of the economically strongest regions in Germany.

Sustainability and environmental protection

The HFT Stuttgart is one of the 21 Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany to be EMAS-certified. EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) is an environmental management certification developed by the EU Commission. With it, we pursue strict goals and standards in the areas of climate protection, resource efficiency and sustainable business management: for example, we were able to reduce our annual paper consumption by 66% between 2015 and 2020. Further information

Darstellung der Erde in grün symbolisiert Nachhaltigkeit
EMAS-certified since 2014