Karlsruhe is a German city that attracts many international students, owing to its reputation as a well-known centre for research, particularly at the highly-regarded University of Karlsruhe. The quality education is supplemented by a low cost of living and cultural significance.
The programmes from InnoEnergy Master's School are taught at 14 universities and three top-ranked business schools across Europe. All offer academic rigour and all have plenty of experience in supporting an international student body. Find out more about them, their facilities, teaching, specialisations, locations, accommodation, and student support services here.
The ability to change one's perspective is an important educational objective of the University. This objective is supported by the interdisciplinary orientation. Learning contents are to be conveyed from the points of view of various disciplines and, if possible, through an interaction and discourse between representatives of different disciplines.
The popularity of Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences is reflected in the increasing number of its applicants, which has continuously climbed over the past few years. This positive trend is likely due to the fact that the university has obtained excellent results in important, international university rankings.
KIT combines the traditions of a renowned technical university and a major large-scale research institution in a very unique way. In research and education, KIT assumes responsibility for contributing to the sustainable solution of the grand challenges that face the society, industry, and the environment. For this purpose, KIT uses its financial and human resources with maximum efficiency.