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Studying in Germany. 20.08.2010 Longquan Chen, Bingbin Yu , Thomas Pötsch, Fabian Monsees , Peter Trenkamp. People from Germany. How does Germany really look like?. Our Dormitory: Chen Bingbin Thomas Fabian Peter Hot girls Mensa. Kuckucksuhr.

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Longquan Chen, BingbinYu, Thomas Pötsch, Fabian Monsees, Peter Trenkamp

People from Germany

How does Germany really look like?

Our Dormitory:






Hot girls



Every room in our dormitoryhas its individuell Kuckucksuhr which was payed by the German government.

German Police

It is well known,that Germany provides the newest and best equipmentfor their police

That‘s not the case!!!

Bremen (City)

  • The famous

  • „Bremer Stadtmusikanten“

  • Fairy tale:

  • All 4 animals had to leave their homes

  • They met together and decided to go to Bremen in order to be Bremer musicians

  • had to stay in a wood

  • scared the thieves in a house

  • stayed in the house -> they never arrived in Bremen

Bremen (City)

  • Landmarks of Bremen

  • most important monument of Gothic and Weser Renaissance

  • Together with Bremen Roland part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Roland ensures the freedom and independence of Bremen

Town hall and Roland

The University of Bremen

University of Bremen

  • Founded 1971

  • 18.884 Students

  • 323 Professors

  • 1500 employees

  • 12 Faculties

University of Bremen

University of Bremen

University of Bremen

  • Communications Technology

  • Microwave Engineering I - Electrodynamics - Digital Signal Processing - Microwave Techniques Lab - Communications Networks - RF-Front-End Devices and Circuits for Wireless Communications -Communications Technology Lab - Channel Coding - Advanced Topics in Digital Communication - Dynamic Systems - Advanced Control Systems Lab - Microwave Engineering II - Control Theory - Real-Time Software Design - Digital Electronics and Microsystems Technology Design Techniques - Wireless Local Area Networks - Optoelectronic Components for Information Transmission and Sensors - UMTS - 3G Mobile Communication Systems - Microwave Components and CAD Methods for Satellite and Mobile Communications - Fields and Waves Stochastic Simulation

Automation Technology

Dynamic Systems - System Theory - Control Theory – Electrodynamics - Process Automation – Robotics - Power Converter Technology - Advanced Control Systems Lab - Process Automation Lab - Real-Time Software Design - Semiconductor Devices - Communications Networks - Communications Technology - Microwave Engineering - Integrated Systems - Integrated Circuits Design of Microsystems and Microelectronics - Optoelectronic Components for Information Transmission and Sensors - RF-Front-End Devices and Active Circuits for Wireless Communications - Micro Actuators Analysis and Visualization of Multi-Dimensional Signals - UMTS - 3G Mobile Communication Systems - Stochastic Simulations

  • International study courses

    • Master of science in Communication or Automation Technology

    • 4 Semester full time study – 1 semester master thesis

    • Entrance requirements: Bachelor degree, english C1 level and 2 recommendations

How does Germany really look like?(From a foreigners point of view)

How does Germany really look like?-City transpotation

Tram 6 (From airport to university)

Night Tram

How does Germany really look like?-Food

Best food in Germany!!

Ich habe Schwein!

Generally Big




How are the courses for international master students?

10 Compulsory Courses

5 Elective Courses

2 Seminar

2 Laboratory

A Mini Project

Master Thesis

Period: about 2 years

How does Germany really look like?-In general(from a foreigner’s point of view)

  • Germany is full of opportunities

Germany is beautiful

The First Exam --for every foreign student the first exam you will meet is drinking,especially beer

Beck‘s Brewery

Beck's logo, a key, is the mirror image of the coat of arms of Bremen

Beck's Brewery




Before the music festival begin

After several bottels of beer........



Deutsche Learning

For the Master Student, Deutsche is not Compulsory

But if you want to know more about this countory,It‘s necessary to study German

Göthe Institute

Thanks for your attention

Interested in studying in Germany?

And if you would like to visit Bremen please contact us, I

am sure we can help you to find an accommodation and

show you arround.

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