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01.08.2018



FH Aachen — University of Applied Sciences

  • 5 Masters
  • 14,000 Students
  • Public Institution Type

Master’s Programmes

About

History

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has been located at 1 Goethestrasse for more than 100 years and is one of the oldest faculties of the FH Aachen. Its history dates back to 1902, when the «Königliche Höhere Maschinenbauschule Aachen» (Royal Higher Mechanical Engineering School Aachen) was founded, and is closely linked to the industrial development of the region in the 19th century.

Education

The FH Aachen offers its students a first-rate course of study that superbly prepares them for jobs in modern and trendsetting professions. Apart from the traditional MINT subjects, such as mathematics, informatics, natural sciences, and technology, the range of courses offered by the university also includes business studies and design. In line with market requirements, more than 70 Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes aren’t just offered as full-time courses of study, there is also an ever increasing number of dual study programmes.

Research

When it comes to research, the FH Aachen strives to be among the strongest universities of applied sciences in Germany. The competences are mainly in the future areas of energy, mobility, and life sciences. The latest research results are directly incorporated into teaching.

Career

The FH Aachen trains and educates young women and men who assume responsibility in regional businesses and contribute to the development of the local trade and industry by applying their research-related expert knowledge and methodological skills.

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Did you know that you can directly apply to available Masters from our selected selected Application Partners in Germany? Read more, or check the complete list of programmes to apply for right now.

Services

Student services

The Student Service Center (SSC) is your first contact, if you want to study, if you are studying, or if you have already completed your studies, at the FH Aachen.

Library services

The FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences has established libraries at four locations in Aachen and in Jülich. There you will find study literature, scholarly journals, newspapers, specialised databases and collections of standards, reading rooms, Internet access and friendly, professional advice.

ICT services

As a central service provider, the Data Processing Centre (DVZ) provides the various FH Aachen user groups with the necessary infrastructure needed for the use of the new media (internet).

Medical services

We represent students with disabilities or a chronic disease at the FH Aachen in Aachen and Jülich, taking care of all issues and concerns. We support you in managing your course of study, and we are your contact in case of queries and problems that arise during your studies due to your disability or illness.

Student Life

Sports facilities

If you want to participate in unversity sport, please address yourself to the contact persons for integrative sport.

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £ 10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.

TOEFL ® Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an TOEFL ® test.

IELTS Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an IELTS test.

RWTH Aachen University

Master’s Programmes

About

History

How did RWTH Aachen become that what it is today? An excellent university with around 40,000 students and outstanding reputation in research and industry. Let yourself go on an exciting trip through the history of RWTH Aachen. The University Archives has compiled its own, as well as from external sources, pictures and documents, to illustrate the history of RWTH Aachen.

Education

With 260 institutes in nine faculties, RWTH Aachen University is one of Europes leading institutions for science and research. Currently around 31,400 students are enrolled in over 100 academic programmes. Over 5,000 of them are international students hailing from 120 different countries.

Research

Work conducted in the research centres at RWTH Aachen University is strongly oriented toward the current needs of industry, commerce, and the professions. This has led to numerous innovations, patents, and licenses.The individual competence centres at RWTH Aachen collaborate very effectively across departments and faculties in interdisciplinary groups and forums, while still maintaining a strong focus on their own department specialisation. For instance, the computer science and biology departments — and even the social sciences — all have a clear connection to the school’s engineering focus.

Career

The university’s innovative force is also reflected in the high number of start-ups in the area: Over the past twenty years, about 1,250 spin-off businesses were founded and created around 30,000 jobs in the greater Aachen region.Excellence in teaching and research constitutes the basis from which our university works with other leading institutions and technical universities from around the world: to give an example, RWTH participates in the IDEA League, a network of the leading Universities of Technology in Europe, which defines standards for degree programmes and academic training.

Apply with Studyportals

Did you know that you can directly apply to available Masters from our selected selected Application Partners in Germany? Read more, or check the complete list of programmes to apply for right now.

University Ranking

Services

Student services

RWTH also offers special support to students with disabilities and chronic diseases. Two designated helpers performing community service stand at the ready to deliver meals, accompany students to their courses and offer other assistance when needed.

The conference focused on ways to improve equal access for students with disabilities and on creating greater awareness of issues of concern for disabled and/or chronically ill students and their special needs among teaching staff, in particular.

Housing services

In addition, a special room was set up in 2009 where students with disabilities can study or rest, and a conference on «barrier-free university teaching» was held in November, which was organised by the RWTH Integration Team Human Resources, Gender and Diversity Management in collaboration with the student union representative for students with disabilities and chronic diseases.

Library services

RWTH Aachen University Library

Help with literature searches

Courses on literature searches and procurement

Information on reference management with the programs EndNote and Citavi, financed by campus licenses

Information on the fees for printed and electronic dissertations

Equipment for and access to the library for disabled persons

ICT services

  • eduroam – worldwide up to date

Online around the world — an introduction to free WLAN internet access for members of RWTH, and not only through the TH network.

  • Your own email address
  • VPN — Work from home securely

Secure outside access to internal RWTH web content — the VPN service for members of the university

Medical services

In Germany, you typically select and register with a General Practitioner (GP) who acts as your «family doctor» (Hausarzt). The GP will refer you to other specialists such as eye specialists, dermatologists, etc.

Student Life

Campus life

The way of life in the region around the River Meuse is relaxed. Here, high culture and subculture, past and present, science and the arts are not opposites but interesting facets of the same city. Living in one of the most densely populated and at the same time greenest city centres is something Aacheners take entirely for granted. In a region famed for both science and the arts.

And when the paths of academic disciplines cross inadvertently, the housewarming party with flatmates becomes a great place to discuss the sociological significance of mechanical engineering or the finer detail of business studies techniques. In an open, non-threatening atmosphere among friends like it should be.

Sports facilities

The Center hosts extensive leisure and sports facilities such as gyms, fitness rooms, weights rooms, a pool, a beach sports area, a football field, a modern running track as well as tennis courts. For sports such as climbing or riding, the Sports Centre cooperates with various sports centres in and around Aachen. Most water sports courses offered by the Sports Centre take place at Wildenhof, a university-owned property the Rursee lake.

Student clubs

In addition, RWTH Aachen University has a very active staff sports association, which offers a range of sports and activities, from volleyball, football and table tennis to water sports and even the card game skat. Taking part in sport is a great way of meeting colleagues from different disciplines and departments. Partners of RWTH employees can also participate in the sports on offer.The city of Aachen has numerous private sports centres and gyms, tennis, squash and badminton courts, an ice rink and a climbing wall. There are also several golf courses within easy reach of the city, five indoor swimming pools and one outdoor pool.

Accreditation

The implementation of accreditation processes is based on decisions made by the German Rectors’ Conference, HRK for short, and the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs, KMK for short, related to the restructuring of the classification system. Accreditation is a particular tool for quality assurance and control.

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £ 10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.

TOEFL ® Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an TOEFL ® test.

IELTS Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an IELTS test.

FH Aachen — University of Applied Sciences

  • 5 Masters
  • 14,000 Students
  • Public Institution Type

Master’s Programmes

About

History

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has been located at 1 Goethestrasse for more than 100 years and is one of the oldest faculties of the FH Aachen. Its history dates back to 1902, when the «Königliche Höhere Maschinenbauschule Aachen» (Royal Higher Mechanical Engineering School Aachen) was founded, and is closely linked to the industrial development of the region in the 19th century.

Education

The FH Aachen offers its students a first-rate course of study that superbly prepares them for jobs in modern and trendsetting professions. Apart from the traditional MINT subjects, such as mathematics, informatics, natural sciences, and technology, the range of courses offered by the university also includes business studies and design. In line with market requirements, more than 70 Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes aren’t just offered as full-time courses of study, there is also an ever increasing number of dual study programmes.

Research

When it comes to research, the FH Aachen strives to be among the strongest universities of applied sciences in Germany. The competences are mainly in the future areas of energy, mobility, and life sciences. The latest research results are directly incorporated into teaching.

Career

The FH Aachen trains and educates young women and men who assume responsibility in regional businesses and contribute to the development of the local trade and industry by applying their research-related expert knowledge and methodological skills.

Apply with Studyportals

Did you know that you can directly apply to available Masters from our selected selected Application Partners in Germany? Read more, or check the complete list of programmes to apply for right now.

Services

Student services

The Student Service Center (SSC) is your first contact, if you want to study, if you are studying, or if you have already completed your studies, at the FH Aachen.

Library services

The FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences has established libraries at four locations in Aachen and in Jülich. There you will find study literature, scholarly journals, newspapers, specialised databases and collections of standards, reading rooms, Internet access and friendly, professional advice.

ICT services

As a central service provider, the Data Processing Centre (DVZ) provides the various FH Aachen user groups with the necessary infrastructure needed for the use of the new media (internet).

Medical services

We represent students with disabilities or a chronic disease at the FH Aachen in Aachen and Jülich, taking care of all issues and concerns. We support you in managing your course of study, and we are your contact in case of queries and problems that arise during your studies due to your disability or illness.

Student Life

Sports facilities

If you want to participate in unversity sport, please address yourself to the contact persons for integrative sport.

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £ 10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.

TOEFL ® Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an TOEFL ® test.

IELTS Featured

To study at this university, you have to speak English. To test your English language proficiency schedule an IELTS test.

Aachen University of Applied Sciences (FH)

At the Aachen University of Applied Sciences, great emphasis is placed on practical application of expertise, both in teaching and research. Close working relationships with regional and international companies, renowned research institutes such as the Research Centre Jülich along with many other universities all over the world guarantee students an education which will stand them in good stead to meet the rising demands of the job market.

The Aachen University of Applied Sciences, together with its branch campus in Jülich, is one of the largest Universities of its kind in Germany, with a current total of around 11.000 students, 220 Professors, over 180 teachers and 600 general employees. Along with a wide choice of science and engineering degree programs, diverse courses such as those in Design and Economics are also part of the range of courses on offer. The University was founded in 1971, but some of its previous academic institutes proudly look back over a century of tradition.

By engaging in lively communication with business and political institutions and drawing on practical experience from industry, the University is able to continue to develop new study programs which are oriented towards and applicable to current trends in the job market.

In Bologna in 1999, together with its European neighbours, Germany set itself the goal to achieve a unified European university system before 2010. The main aim of the so-called Bologna Process, the most revolutionary reform of the university system over the last decades, is firstly to develop a system with easily recognisable and comparable degree qualifications, by introducing the Diploma Supplements as well as Bachelor and Master degree programs and the credit system known as the „European Credit Transfer System” (ECTS). The Aachen University of Applied Sciences counts among the first in Germany to change its Diplom degree programs over to the Bachelor and Master degree programs.

The University is situated in an attractive location in the border triangle with Belgium and the Netherlands. It enjoys international relations with partner universities in all five continents. Some of the many collaborations with renowned universities are listed below: Technical University Eindhoven (Netherlands), Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse (France), Coventry University (Great Britain), Università degli Studi di Firenze (Italy), Politecnico di Milano (Italy), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain), Mid Sweden University (Sweden), San Francisco State University (USA), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria (Chile), Indian Institute of Technology (India), Tianjin University (China), Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia).

Aachen University (RWTH)

Today the Rhenish-Westphalian Technical University (RWTH), founded in 1870 as the ‘Königlich Rheinisch Westfälische Polytechnische Schule zu Aachen’, consists of two hundred and sixty professorships and institutes as well as a hundred and seventy areas of teaching and research.

With few exceptions, the RWTH Aachen has a complete range of subjects at its disposal. Subjects such as biology or IT naturally have a technical orientation. In the meantime apart from the nine faculties, interdisciplinary forums transcending subjects and faculties have successfully established themselves.

Since 1984, people with an academic background, innovative people starting out in business have founded up to four hundred and fifty concerns with a technological orientation both inside and outside of the promotion and service centres of the region which have sprung up in the meantime. This trend has been supported by a course of lectures at the RWTH dealing with promotion. In this connection and within the framework of the already existing co-operation agreements with the Aachen Chamber of Industry and Commerce as well as with the Aachen Chamber of Handicrafts, the Aachen promotion-region was established. It supports young graduates setting up in business with a variety of measures.

The technical university endeavours to give the instruction an international character. Study programmes and international agreements with well-known universities make it possible for RWTH students to acquire valuable experience and knowledge abroad. The RWTH offers postgraduates, especially those from the English speaking world, twelve master courses.

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