The Biberach University of Applied Sciences - Hochschule Biberach - emerged in 1971 out of the public engineering school for architecture, which had been founded in 1964. The study Business Administration in Civil Engineering / Real Estate Marketing was added in 1978. The course in Business Administration at the University of Applied Science Biberach was the first course in this area in Germany.
The idea of HBC Lectures/Seminars Taught in English is to give all incoming students the opportunity, whether they speak German or not, to come to Biberach University of Applied Sciences to experience student life here. HBC Lectures/Seminars Taught in English give our exchange students the opportunity to explore multiple areas of interest.
Students of all degree programmes are welcome to join HBC Lectures/Seminars Taught in English. Regulations may apply for students in the first and second year of study on Bachelor level at their home institutions.
Students may pick courses from different fields of study and study levels.
Biberach University of Applied Sciences is a technical university; courses focus on the practical element right from the beginning. Practical semesters are for example compulsory, and topics for study projects, Bachelor's and Master's theses are drawn from practical experience. The University cultivates a tight network in the business world, linking companies and institutions alike. The University's institutions make up an interdisciplinary platform for teaching.
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The International Office is the central reference point for all international activities at BiberachUniversity of Applied Sciences. We welcome international students and visting lecturers fromall over the world and we offer support and advice on a wide range of issues such as:
The University is aware of the potential in this small unit: learning and teaching in small teams, interdisciplinary, independent but at the same time exceptionally well looked after – also in the University's central facilities: computer centre, library, student faculty and International Office.