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Berliner Hochschule für Technik

  • Luxemburger Straße 10
  • 13353 Berlin
  • Phone: +49 30 4504-1

Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body University of applied sciences, public
Year of foundation 1971
Total number of Students 12,653
Students at this campus 12,653
Semester contribution no data
Tuition fees There are no study fees.

Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
0.0 %
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
2.2 %
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
7.4 %
Humanities, Languages
0.0 %
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
83.6 %
Other studies
6.7 %

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
73.8 %
Master's degree
25.8 %
Teacher qualification degree
0.0 %
Pre-Bologna degrees
0.0 %
Other types of degrees
0.4 %

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling
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Special features regarding the library
The university library provides all course-relevant literature, databases, print and electronic journals as well as all DIN standards and VDI directives. Guided user tours and advice are also offered; On site, there are workspaces and internet stations in addition to CD-ROM search stations; Stock searches, reservations and extensions can be made online using Webopac via the library homepage both at home and on campus. The university library is open Mon-Fri 09:00-21:00 during lecture periods. more information
Foreign language center and courses
There is a foreign language centre. Offered languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese. more information
Special features regarding university sports
The university offers its own sports programme. Students attending the institution can participate in the sports programme of all higher education institutions in Berlin. Participation is subject to fees. The programme is open to: Students of all higher education institutions in Berlin. Special health course programme for staff; special family-oriented courses in cooperation with the Central Office for Gender Equality as part of the "family-friendly university" project; to support school sports, students soon to obtain their school leaving certificate (Abitur) are entitled to take part in sporting activities; DOSB award-winning support programme for top student athletes; further training activities for part-time teaching staff in the university sports association. more information
Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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