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Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body
University of applied sciences, public
Year of foundation
1994
Total number of Students
13,627
Students at this campus
13,627
Semester contribution
303.89 €
Tuition fees
no data

Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
0%
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
2.5%
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
29.3%
Humanities, Languages
1.6%
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
58%
Other studies
8.6%

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
76.3%
Master's degree
22.9%
Teacher qualification degree
0%
Pre-Bologna degrees
0%
Other types of degrees
0.8%

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling

Special features regarding the library

Media Centre: Supplying information for teaching and research; An information hub: Specialist information, electronic full texts, e-books, more than 2,000 e-journals, databases, electronic publishing, institutional repository, support for open access, e-services; A place of learning: Teaching of key qualifications; Introduction to academic work; 420 reading spaces, group work rooms with smartboards, 17 carrels; Copy and print centre; E-services.
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Foreign language center and courses

There is a foreign language centre. Offered languages: English, French, German as a foreign language, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Arabic.
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Special features regarding university sports

The university offers its own sports programme. Students at HTW Berlin can register and participate in sports at all university sports facilities. Accordingly, we also participate in the sports programs offered by other university sports facilities in Berlin (Beuth HS Berlin, FU Berlin, HU Berlin, TU Berlin). Participation is subject to fees. HTW Berlin has its own sports facilities at its Treskowallee and Schöneweide campuses. This gives us the opportunity to facilitate an extensive sports program close to campus. So to speak, straight from the lecture hall into the sports shoes. In addition, there is high-quality training by qualified instructors. Should the shoe ever be too tight, we try to find an individual solution as quickly as possible. Promised.
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education