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HTW – Berlin’s largest University of Applied Sciences.
The University of Applied Sciences (HTW) Berlin with nearly 12.000 students is the largest University of Applied Sciences in Berlin.
The range of subjects is remarkably wide and includes around 70degree programs in engineering, computer science, business, culture and design.The courses will lead to Bachelor’s, Master’s and MBA degrees. The course is short, compact and oriented to professional practice; rankings regularly certify high-quality training. The HTW Berlin has received several awards for its reforms in higher education management, for their extensive training, consulting and services in the area of small and medium enterprises and start-ups.
The IDAACS 2013 will take place at the newly build research center for culture and computer science at Campus Wilhelminenhof in Berlin-Oberschoeneweide.
More information about the University of Applied Sciences Berlin.
A map of the university campus.
Basic information about Berlin
With a population of over 3.5 million, Berlin is Germany’s largest city and home to the federal government and parliament. In no other German city is there more progress and growth since German Reunification evident than here.
Berlin is not an industrial city, but a science, culture and media mecca with a distinct service sector in the German market. A vibrant multi-cultural orientation is characteristic of Berlin and makes it particularly attractive.
Berlin is the largest university city in Germany with three universities, four art academies, seven universities of applied sciences and a number of research institutions. The scope of academic discourse in Berlin is vast.
Berlin has two airports: Tegel und Schoenefeld, being served by international airlines as well as low-cost carriers like AirBerlin, Easyjet and Ryanair. The main train station at the city centre is being served by several European over-night trains.
More information about the city of Berlin.
Information about the public transport system.
Information about Studying in Germany.