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Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft
Dresden, Germany


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The Academy of Sciences was founded in Dresden in 1992. It is the second largest university in Saxony's capital. Technology, business, design and "green" studies are the four pillars on which to build more than 40 forward-looking diploma, bachelor and master degrees from architecture, civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, product design, engineering and economics. Among the courses can be found also for the college education in Saxony-time study opportunities such as agriculture, horticulture, environmental monitoring, GIS and Surveying and Cartography.

With eight faculties, 180 professors and about 5000 students, the university is large enough to make the integration of different disciplines to practice with high synergy effects successfully. Moreover, it is still so limited that much room left for personal dialogue.

Civil Engineering / Architecture

The training of the students in planning, designing and building forms the main focus of the Faculty of Civil Engineering / Architecture.

Faculty of Civil Engineering / Architecture

Electrical engineering is the engineering science that deals with research, development and production of electrical equipment or procedures.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

The Faculty provides geographic information in connection with surveying, mapping and management as Direktstudiengang and Surveying in distance learning on.

Faculty of Geoinformation

At the Department of Design are designers of products, including: industry, Diensteistungs and transport sector, trained public sector and private households.

Design Faculty
Computer science / mathematics

The faculty takes teaching and research in the areas of computer science, business and media computer science. It makes the mathematics education for nearly all programs at the university.

Faculty of computer science and mathematics
Agriculture / Landscape

There are five courses on the environment, agriculture and horticulture. These include the production of food, monitoring and shaping the environment and the planning of open spaces in settlements.

Faculty of Agriculture / Landscape
Mechanical Engineering / Process

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is offered in its full range from design through production to the use of machinery and vehicles.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering / Engineering (with chemical engineering and physics teaching areas)

This school offers the courses Business Administration, Industrial Engineering and International Business with a bachelor's or graduate degree from.

Faculty of Economics (with Language)

Faculty of Civil Engineering / Architecture

The building and design of their environment are always the primary needs of the people. In addition to protective shelters always Buildings for religious purposes and to representation were built.

With the industrial development gained building a new dimension. Transportation routes such as roads and railways bridges and tunnels were added, more and more functional buildings such as warehouses, schools, railway stations, industrial facilities and towers.

The design of cities and individual buildings has always been influenced by societal views and architectural movements of the period.

The needs of our time and new technological opportunities affect the current design and construction. Building materials with completely new properties, advanced computation and visualization techniques, and innovative construction technologies enable modern architectural solutions and spacious buildings.

All this makes great demands on the education of future architects and engineers. In addition to the basic knowledge increasingly requires specialized knowledge in planning and designing are taught.

The building runs through many areas of daily life. Only those who are the demands of aesthetics and performance, taken in ecology, energy and cost efficiency, will continue in the competition can claim.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Printed circuit board with electronic components

The rapid developments in many fields of technology are indicative of the growth in modern industrial countries. It can achieve sustainable economic development can only be achieved by such technology, protects the environment and resources. In order to compete in international competition, so intelligent solutions for products and processes are in demand.

On these developments, the electrical engineering with the different areas within an essential part. It marked also needed in the future, responsible and committed civil engineers, whose work mainly by multidisciplinary expertise and willingness to act is.

eoinformation, what is it?

A look into the foreign words can imagine the importance and complexity of this modern profession:
geo - Greek for earth
informare - Latin for form, shape or form give a
It covers the production, processing and preparation and dissemination of geospatial data. Almost all processes in our economy have to do with such data: Where possible run routes? Who are the owners of land? As the land descends on Altbergbaugebieten? What are the supply lines below this civil engineering project? And and and. Where it begins to be difficult to have studied geographic information specialists to work. But what if there are not enough?

As comprehensive as the professional and the teaching and research profile of our faculty:

Terrestrial & Satellite Surveying
Land Management & Land Use
Geographic information systems
Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing
Media Technology
Topographic & Thematic Maps
CAD & Virtual Reality
We offer the following courses:

Course of studies Completion Duration
Geographical Information & Surveying Bachelor (B. Eng.) 7 semesters
Geoinformation & Cartography Bachelor (B. Eng.) 7 semesters
Geographical Information & Management Masters (M. Eng.) Three or four semesters
Measurement (distance learning, modularized) Diploma (Dipl.-Ing. (FH)) 10 semesters

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