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University Ulm

Short routes, direct contact with professors, high-quality teaching, student life in attractive surroundings: study in the Ulm Innovation Region at the University of Ulm, the Ulm University of Applied Sciences, the Neu-Ulm University and the University of Communication and Design.

As a campus university, the University of Ulm forms the centre of the scientific city of Ulm and the node between science, the economy, the city and the region. Study courses are available in the fields of Medicine, Engineering Sciences and Computer Science, Mathematics and Economic Sciences as well as in the Natural Sciences Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry and Physics.

The University of Ulm

The study courses provided at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences are mainly technically-orientated. Bachelor and Master study courses are available in the Faculties of Electrotechnology and IT, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Automotive Engineering, Production Technology and Production Management as well as Mechatronics and Medical Technology. The "Ulmer Model" is provided as a special feature in the fields of Electrotechnology and Mechanics. This dual study course results in two qualifications; a trade proficiency certificate and a Bachelor of Engineering qualification.

Ulm University of Applied Sciences

With its bachelor’s, masters and part-time MBA-programmes, the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) offers a business-oriented academic education in its departments of “Business and Economics”, “Information Management” and “Healthcare Management”. The Neu-Ulm University combines academic learning and directly applicable knowledge. With the development of students’ cultural and social skills and promotes international exchange.

Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

The private and state-recognized University for Communication and Design HfK+G in Ulm offers accredited bachelor degree programmess "Advertising and Marketing Communication", "Communication Design", "Technical Communication and Information Design" and "Product Design". All courses can be completed in dual or in classic form. The focus is on the practical application, the studies are very project-oriented and aim at gaining a professional qualification.

University for Communication and Design