HWTK University of Applied Sciences

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About the employer

The University of Applied Sciences (hwtk) is a private, state-accredited university based in Berlin with a second study location in Baden-Baden. It was established in 2011 and teaching commenced on 1 October 2012. As a subsidiary of F+U Group, the hwtk benefits from this renowned education corporation’s more than 30 years of experience.

Our University’s profile in six points:

Study models

Studies at the hwtk are arranged according to each individual student’s needs. Switching between our three study models is flexible and unproblematic.

Practical applications

The hwtk is guided by a strong orientation to practical applications of knowledge. Academic theory and professional practice optimally complement each other in our application-oriented programmes, which means that graduates can get their careers on track quickly.

Study locations

One key to the hwtk’s success is our attractive study locations in the creative metropolis of Berlin and the arts and culture city of Baden-Baden!

International orientation

In all its fields of study, the hwtk believes in an international orientation. That’s why we offer our students excellent foreign language training as well as the opportunity to spend part of their studies or their internship at one of our well-known partners abroad.

Strong support

As a private university, we believe in exclusivity instead of volume, offering our students the best service and strong support with any and all challenges and concerns.

Tested, accredited and certified

The high quality of all our courses has been tested, accredited and certified.

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