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Multifaceted and innovative: Specialist profile

  • Approximately 60 Bachelor`s and Master`s

  • degree study programmes in the fields of:

  • Technology

  • Business

  • Computer science

  • Cultural studies

  • Design

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Awards and prizes for HTW and its members (selection)

  • Total E-Quality Science Award

  • Award from the German Federal Ministry of Education And Research

  • for the FHTW's special commitment to gender equality

  • Best Practice Hochschule 2001

  • “Best practice university” award from the CHE centre for university

  • development for reform efforts in the area of university management

  • ReformFachhochschule

  • Award from the "Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft”

  • for training, consulting and service offers especially for business

  • start-ups, young entrepreneurs and middle-sized companies

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Awards and prizes for HTW and its members (selection)

  • Tiburtiuspreise (Tiburtius awards)

  • Award from the state of Berlin for the best theses and dissertations

  • BruttoSozialPreis (national award)

  • Germany's largest creative and strategy award for non-profit marketing

  • Wilhelm-Lorch Award

  • Award for the best new talents in the textile and fashion industry

  • Best of Unpublished German Book Design

  • Competition held by the Frankfurt Book Fair

  • Certificate of Excellence in Type Design from the Type Director Club New York

  • Award for the creation of a new font

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Awards and prizes (selection)

  • German Award for Monument Conservation

  • Award for the conservation of constructional heritage

  • KTW Software Award for Women

  • Special prize for the promotion of the next generation of female IT experts

  • Lucky Strike Junior Design Award

  • The Raymond Loewy Foundation awards prizes to young designers

  • FIDICIN Medal from the Club for the History of Berlin

  • An award for the variety of research work on Berlin-historical subjects

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Historical roots

  • Founding of the vocational school for decomposition,

    composition and design, later engineering school

    for clothing technology, since 1990: Division of Clothing

    Technology at the BerlinUniversity of Engineering

  • 1948 Founding of the Engineering School for Mechanical

  • Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering;

  • from 1988 the Berlin University of Engineering

    1991 FHTW Berlin in founding; integration of the Berlin University

    of Engineering and acquisition of property from the

    University of Economics in Berlin-Karlshorst

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Historical roots

  • 1994 Formation of the FHTW Berlin as a legally independent

    institution of higher learning

    1996Integration of the Telekom’s university of applied sciences.

    2004Celebration of the 10th anniversary

    2006 Relocation to the first building at the Wilhelminenhof


    2009 Renamedinto HTW Berlin and Wilhelminenhof campus


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Mission statement, partners andcooperation partners

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Mission statement

  • In a discursive process in 1999, lecturers, staff

  • and students agreed on ten principles for common

  • action.

  • The keywords here are:

  • social responsibility | interdisciplinarity | cooperation |

  • performance | quality | openness | equal opportunity |

  • internationality | know-how transfer | critical discourse

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  • 140 partner universities in more than 30 countries:

  • Australia | Austria | Belgium | Brazil | China | Denmark |

  • Estonia | Finland | France | Georgia | Great Britain | Greece |

  • Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Japan | Jordan | Korea | Latvia |

  • Lithuania | Mexico | New Zealand | The Netherlands | Norway |

  • Poland | Portugal | Russia | Sweden | Switzerland | Spain |

  • Turkey | USA | Vietnam |

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Cooperation partners

  • The HTW collaborates on a regional, national

  • and global basis with:

  • corporations and banks

  • universities, research institutes, institutions for research funding

  • technology and foundation centres

  • museums, archives, cultural institutions

  • educational institutions

  • chambers and associations

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Twolocations in Berlin: Treskowallee campus and Wilhelminenhof campus

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Two attractive locations in the southeast of Berlin

  • Treskowallee Campus

  • in Karlshorst

  • Wilhelminenhof Campus

  • in Oberschöneweide

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Treskowallee campus

  • University board and administration, central units

  • Department 3 Business I

  • Management of Labour and Human Resources | Business Administration |Finance, Accounting, Corporate Law, Taxation | Real Estate Management |Industrial Sales and Innovation Management | International Business |Nonprofit Management und Public Governance |Public Management |Business Law

  • Department 4 Business II

  • Financial Services Risk Management | Business Computing |Industrial Engineering and Management | Business Mathematics

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Wilhelminenhof campus

  • Department 1 Engineering I

  • Applied Automation |Building Energy and Building Information Technology |Computer Engineering | Information Technology/Distributed Systems | Information and Communication Technology | Systems Engineering |Environmental Engineering/Regenerative Energies | Microsystems Technology |Communication Engineering | Electrical Engineering

  • Department 2 Engineering II

  • Civil Engineering |Corporate Environmental Information Technology | Facility Management | Construction and Real Estate Management | Automotive Engineering |Mechanical Engineering | Life Science Engineering | Environmental Computing

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Wilhelminenhof campus

  • Department 4 Business II

  • Applied Computer Science | Informatics and Economy | Business Communication Management | Interaction Design/Game Design |International Media and Computing

  • Department 5 Design

  • Clothing Technology/Fabric Processing | Communications Design | Fashion Design | Museums Studies | Conservation-Restoration/Field Archaeology | Geoarchaelogy and Field Archaelogy | Museum Management and Communication

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Applied Automation (M)

Building Energy and Building Information Technology (B)

Computer Engineering (B)

Communication Engineering (B)

Electrical Engineering (B)

Environmental Engineering/Regenerative Energies (B/M)

Information and Commu-nication Technology (M)

Information Technology/Distributed Systems (B)

Microsystems Technology (B)

Systems Engineering (M)

Department 1 Engineering I

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Automotive Engineering (B/M)

Civil Engineering (B/M)

Construction and Real Estate Management (M)

Corporate EnvironmentalInformation Technology(M)

EnvironmentalComputing (B)

Facility Management (B/M, Beuth University)

Life Science Engineering(B/M)

Mechanical Engineering (B/M)

Department 2 Engineering II

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Business Administration(B/M)

Business Law (B/M)

Finance, Accounting, Corporate Law and Taxation (M)

International Business (B/M)

Industrial Sales and Innovations Management (M)

Real Estate Management(B)

Public Management (B)

Non Profit ManagementAnd Public Governance (M)

Management of Labour and Human Resources(M)

Department 3 Business I

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Applied ComputerScience (B/M)

Business Communica-tion Management (B/M)

Business Computing (B/M)

Business Mathematics (B)

Financial Services Risk Management (M)

Industrial Engineering and Management (B/M)

Informatics and Economy (B)

Interaction Design/Game Design (B)

International Media and Computing (B/M)

Department 4 Business II

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Clothing Technology/Fabric Processing (B/M)

Fashion Design (B/M)

Communications Design (B)

Conservation and Restoration/FieldArchaeology (B/M)

Geoarchaelogy and FieldArchaelogy (M)

Museums Studies (B)Museum Management andCommunication (M)

Department 5 Design

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Practice-oriented didactics

  • Approximately 270 professors and 700 assistant lecturers

  • teach at the HTW Berlin.

  • The professors all have academic qualifications – many have

  • earned a doctorate – and also have at least three years of

  • practical experience in private enterprises or administration.

  • The assistant lecturers are qualified practitioners with

  • teaching experience.

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Study Programmes

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Admission requirements: Secondary school/high school with subject-specific university entrance qualification, pre-study internship if applicable

  • Duration of studies: 6 or 7 terms

  • Bachelor's thesis: approx. 8 weeks

  • Master’s degree (consecutive)

  • Admission requirements: Bachelor's degree

  • Duration of studies: 3 or 4 terms

  • Master's thesis: approx. 3 to 6 month

  • Master’s degree (postgradual)

  • Admission requirements: University degree (e.g. German "Diplom") from a university or university of applied sciences, professional experience

  • Duration of studies: 2 to 4 terms

  • Master's thesis: approx. 3 to 6 month

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Distance learning and advanced training

  • Postgraduate master’s degree programmes

  • Business Administration and Engineering |MBA General Management |

  • MBA General Management with Specialization | MBA Real Estate Management |

  • International and Development Economics |Game Development & Creation

  • Distance learning: correspondence study courses

  • Mechanical Engineering | Industrial Engineering and Management | Conservation

  • and Restoration |Development and simulation methods in mechanical engineering

  • Advanced training

  • Around 60 different courses on offer for executives and skilled employees from

  • companies/administration, staff, lecturers and young academic professionals

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Research for the future

  • Around 100 different research and development projects in the

  • areas of technology, business, computing, culture and design

  • Support of young academics through a postgraduate advance-

  • ment programme for doctoral candidates

  • Cooperation with the Berlin-based patent agency ipal for the

  • exploitation of R&D efforts

  • Cooperation with five affiliated institutes

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Development of proceeds from third-party funding

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Interdisciplinary groups of researchers

  • Air Hygiene

  • Banks and Regional Development

  • Business Start Up and Emerging Entrepreneurship

  • Facility Management

  • gameslab Berlin

  • Human-machine Communication

  • International Innovation and Medium-sized Enterprise Research

  • Media & Networks & Mobile computing

  • Money, Trade, Finance and Development

  • Process Management for Real Estate

  • Regional Industrial Heritage

  • Sustainable Power Supply for Buildings

  • Teaching and Learning Technology

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Interdisciplinary groups of researchers

  • Umberto Competence Center

  • Universal Design Thinking

  • World Heritage – Prevention – Environmental Analysis

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Infrastructure for interested business founders

  • The start-up competence centre "Business Start-Ups and Independent Entrepreneurship“

  • Business start-up lab

  • Business start-up centre for technical services

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HTW Management

  • University Board

  • Board of Trustees

  • Main administration office

  • Academic Senate

  • Departments

  • Central units

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The University Board (and its business units)

  • Professor Dr Michael Heine

  • Chairman of the University Board

  • Prof. Dr. Matthias Knaut

  • First Vice President, responsible for R&D, technology and knowledge

  • transfer, advanced training/distance learning etc.

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The University Board (and its business units)

  • Professor Dr Klaus Semlinger

  • Vice President, responsible for study programmes and teaching etc.

  • Dr. Stephan Becker

  • Chancellor, responsible for business, financial and budget issues,

  • as well as legal matters etc.

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The Board of Trustees

  • The Board of Trustees is the link between the

  • university and the state on one hand, and society

  • on the other hand.

  • External members: 8 independent experts

  • Internal members: 2 professors, 2 research associates

  • 2 other staff members, 2 students

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The central units (service providers at the university)

  • Computer centre

  • All IT-Services (E-Mail, Web-Hosting and so on), 5 PC pools each

  • with 100 workstations, Internet café with WLAN

  • Sports

  • General physical fitness offers | dance and movement | ballgames |

  • board games | fitness and exercise | martial arts | racquet/net

  • sports | aquatics

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The central units (service providers at the university)

  • Library

  • 1 central library, 1 branch library, around 350,000 volumes and

  • 700 magazines, wide range of CD-ROM databases

  • Foreign languages

  • Courses in English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Swedish,

  • Spanish, German (for foreigners), from everyday language use

  • to technical language and specialised terminology

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Cooperation Centre for Applied Sciences

  • Consulting and support for research and education

  • Sponsoring information (regional, national, EU)

  • Distance learning and part-time advanced training

  • Technology transfer and promotion of innovation

  • Promotion of business start-ups

  • Procurement of research services

  • Patent support

  • Trade fair and event organisation

  • Financial administration of third-party funding