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Fachhochschule Ingolstadt
Ingolstadt, Germany


University description (as per official university website)

The University of Applied Sciences FH Ingolstadt is a dynamic and dedicated University of Applied Sciences. Since its founding in 1994 it provides an education in engineering and business that placed the students in a position to apply scientific methods in professional practice. Excellent conditions create the basis for a short duration and high success rates.

The campus completed in 1999, impressed with its glass architecture, large green areas and functionality of the buildings. In the year 2011 began on the adjacent property with the extension campus of the University, to make room for the growing number of students. In the first phase of construction of two buildings for classrooms and seminar rooms, laboratories and offices will be realized.

Once a year the quality of higher education is put to the test: Selected courses will be evaluated by the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) to five criteria. The University of Ingolstadt is one of higher ranking for several years in the top group. Particularly well the FH cuts in the criteria applied projects, facilities, care and study situation as a whole.

In addition, the vast majority of students at the University of Applied Sciences FH Ingolstadt from the reputation of their university is thrilled. This was a survey conducted by Universum Student Survey, had taken part in over 19,000 students from universities nationwide. The satisfaction of the Ingolstadt University students was mostly in the quality of education, with the 91 percent are satisfied. The framework will be evaluated at the University of Ingolstadt with a satisfaction rate of 87 percent above average. Very positively evaluated the support of the university to make contacts with companies and a semester abroad was to integrate.

The University of Ingolstadt have given especially proud that its students in all degree programs rated a top ruling on the study situation. This shows, can be studied at the University of Ingolstadt good.

Dual study - the market leader in Bavaria

The dual course combines two versions in an optimal way, theory and practice. The composite study combines a regular bachelor's degree with a business or commercial vocational training in the study in combination with the practice companies are phases in the highly extended, without professional training with a degree to complete a separate one. The main target group for the dual degree are school leavers, those of the study with above-average performance and high commitment in a company wish to gain experience while already. The dual degree is from executives at the Graduates of both the necessary technical / commercial skills and experience already mastered.

The University of Ingolstadt has promoted the dual degree in cooperation with renowned business partners and consistently reinforced. At the University of Ingolstadt to study now has more students than any other dual Bavarian university of applied sciences.

Strong international

The University of Applied Sciences FH Ingolstadt sees itself as an international university , and has this self in its mission statement and objectives enshrined centrally. In all fields of research, teaching and administration to pay the university Ingolstadt so the growing globalization and the associated expectations of the training by the corporation and society, and especially the students account before. More than every third graduate of the University of Ingolstadt has a semester of study or practice abroad, spent at least.

Successful Applied Research

To handle all the research for the Institute of Applied Research (IAF) was founded. The IAF economy are both publicly funded research projects and contract research for the business conducted. The scientific work of the projects is usually done by graduates, staff recruited and supported by scientific project will be as one. With more than 40 academic staff, an annual increase in annual sales, three published research papers and numerous literary publications, conference papers and awards (eg Bavarian Innovation Prize 2008) IAF has developed rapidly since the founding.

Continuing Education - Partners for L

To pace of innovation and the rapid growth of knowledge in all professions to take into account the rising and concerns, the University of Ingolstadt scientific training to a central made. The 2008 founded the Institute for Continuing Education (IAW) bundles all activities of the scientific development of the university and offers under this umbrella, numerous events and courses at one. Target group are professionals who want part-time further qualify themselves. The range extends from the IAW in-service master degree programs, certificate programs, such as on the International Summer Academy, through customized business programs, to individual events and public lectures.

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