University description (as per official university website)
The Catholic University of Fribourg is a college of social work, religious education, care and management. It was formed in 1971 of several predecessor institutions, the oldest, was established in 1918th It represents a long tradition in the Catholic church in the area of training systems for social work.
Legal entity of Freiburg KFH is a profit company, owned by "Archdiocese of Freiburg, the "Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, the "German Caritas Association , and the diocesan Caritas organizations 'Freiburg , and "Rottenburg-Stuttgart are.
The KFH Freiburg is the largest university in the social and health services in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Ca. 1400 students are enrolled at her, 34 professors, and professional school boards inside / inside and about 160 lecturers are active in it.
Through its constitution Freiburg is the task of the KFH, the independent social mission of the Catholic Church and on the basis of the Christian image of man to jobs in social services, in special education, in nursing and in management training in accordance. In fulfilling this educational mission university provides the practice-oriented teaching in "Bachelor's and Master's degree in social work, special education, nursing and health care, management and ethics a scientific foundation based on education, to be independent of professional activity in relevant professional fields able.
'International profile is one of the characteristics of the Catholic University of Fribourg. She has worked for over 20 years with many "partner universities all over the world together in order for example, international studies, such as the International Master of Arts Therapies Therapies) offer to Artistic (can.
View Another feature is the applied research and development under the "IAF - Institute for applied research, development and training of the Catholic college. Both lead to transfer of knowledge in the area, to co-operations with partners from industry and local authorities and to cooperate with other universities nationally and internationally. Seven research and development centers operate under the umbrella of the IAF. The teaching of our courses benefit from the close linkage between research and practice in a particular way, for example in the implementation of educational research, timeliness and quality of education at the KFH Freiburg significantly contribute to. The IAF is also a provider of "scientific training and seminars for professionals and managers, with their own employability and expanded the opportunities for advancement can be purchased individually.
The establishment of interdisciplinary courses and additional qualifications and the provision of interdisciplinary research topics and projects, our students acquire the professional skills increasingly in demand. Multi-perspective problem solving, interdisciplinary communications, management of complex tasks, and team work are among their strengths.
KFH Freiburg - in brief
The Catholic University of Fribourg meets all the legal, structural, economic and human needs of the country's Higher Education of Baden-Wurttemberg and is nationally recognized. The performance of their duties in teaching and studying, research and education in an independent self-government.
Institutions of the Catholic University of Applied Sciences KFH Freiburg Freiburg gGmbH. Its shareholders are the Archdiocese of Freiburg, which Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, the German Caritas, Caritas of the Archdiocese of Freiburg and the Caritas of the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
Structure of the KFH Freiburg
Some 1,400 students from many regions of Germany and the neighboring countries are enrolled at the KFH Freiburg. It is one of the "little ones" in Baden-Wuerttemberg sophisticated and differentiated higher education structure. This makes the study of personal, solidarity and participation opens up numerous ways. Gleichzeitg it is the "largest" for social and health services in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
The KFH Freiburg, Freiburg is one of five universities, in Germany there are five Catholic colleges.