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Application for full-time studies (degree-seeking student)

 

We are pleased that you are interested in studying at the Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart. Information on how to apply for a full-time degree course (degree-seeking students) can be found here as well as all further information.

In the following, you will find information on what you need to consider when applying as an international prospective student.

Welcome! Welcome! Bienvenue! Bienvenidos! Bem vindo! 欢迎 !

The HFT Stuttgart welcomes students from all over the world. They have the opportunity to complete a complete course of study - the Bachelor and Master system of the HFT Stuttgart offers individual training paths and graduates have the best career opportunities - or to gain new and intercultural experience for a limited period of time in one or two semesters abroad and to broaden their specialist knowledge and horizons.

Tradition and innovation - that characterises the Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart, a University of Applied Sciences. The campus of the HFT Stuttgart is located in the city centre of Stuttgart, the federal state capital of BAden-Württemberg and the economic centre of south-west Germany.

At the HFT Stuttgart, training is practice-oriented and takes place in small groups. Over 125 professors together with over 350 lecturers teach approximately 4000 students.

In addition to specialist knowledge, social skills are also taught: The ability to work in a team, interdisciplinary and intercultural work and foreign languages play a decisive role in the course of studies. Practical study projects in cooperation with companies and offices or studying abroad at one of the more than 80 partner universities worldwide are integrated into the study programmes.

In order to make it easier for you to start and settle in a foreign country, the International Office has compiled useful information on life in Stuttgart and for you as a student for general orientation.

Studying at the HFT