The HTW Berlin
Berlin’s largest University of Applied Sciences
With a student body of more than 13,000, the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin is the largest University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. With around 70 Bachelor’s and Master’s courses in Engineering, Economics, Information Technology, Culture and Design, the range of qualifications which we provide is impressive. Both compact and practice-orientated, our degree courses can be supplemented by instruction in foreign languages and key skills. University rankings have consistently established us as one of the leading providers of a modern and professional education. Our facilities include a well-stocked library, a modern computer centre and a diverse range of sporting activities.
A prize-winning university
Enjoying an excellent academic reputation, the HTW Berlin has received many prizes for exceptional innovation in the university sector; for our internal management reforms; the consultation and service packages offered to small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups; and for our commitment to gender equality and barrier freedom. University rankings have consistently established us as one of the leading providers of a modern and professional education.
Study, teaching and research at two locations
Study, teaching and research at the HTW Berlin are performed at two locations: the Treskowallee campus in Karlshorst and the Wilhelminenhof campus in Oberschöneweide. Both locations have a long and proud history: the listed buildings on the Treskowallee campus previously served as a school and during the GDR, as the College of Economics. The Wilhelminenhof campus has a long and rich tradition as a centre of industrial innovation. Located in Berlin's South-East, it played host to two famous companies, the Allgemeine Elektrizitäts-Gesellschaft (AEG) and the Kabelwerke Oberspree (KWO).
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