The Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart has been training students since 1832, and the original winter school for craftsmen has long since become a modern University of Applied Sciences.
Three faculties offer 32 bachelor's and master's degree courses. The university is characterised by inter-faculty projects and contacts to numerous companies in Stuttgart and the region as an attractive business location.
Universities of Applied Sciences are successful due to their clear profile of translating scientific results into practice-oriented teaching and applied research. The range of subjects is oriented towards the labour market and is constantly being expanded. The central profile element is its strong practical relevance. Through an integrated practical semester, project work, laboratory events and excursions, students gain valuable insights into practical working methods. Professors generally have several years of professional experience outside the university sector and thus combine professional success with scientific reputation.
In order to prepare our students optimally for the working world and to support their career planning already during their studies, the HFT Stuttgart in cooperation with JobTeaser has launched the new HFT career portal.
The career portal offers:
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Are you already a student at the HFT? We will help you start your student life and accompany you on your way through your studies. We are also happy to support you in the transition to professional life.
There is the Information and Support Desk (IST) of the Information Centre on the ground floor of the library. The Info and Support Desk Team will answer your questions and help you with issues around the library as well as IT-Services of the university.
As the federal state capital of Baden-Württemberg with almost 600,000 inhabitants, Stuttgart has a lot to offer. On the one hand, the city is the economic centre of southwest Germany, especially in the automotive sector. On the other hand, it is also known as a city of wine and as a city of architecture and culture.
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