How can I get an idea of what study programmes the university has to offer?

Furtwangen Unversity regularly runs information events for school pupils, trainees and employees, giving an idea of the various programmes we offer and the levels required. We also participate regularly at fairs. Dates can be found here in our calender.

 

Open Day for all Bachelor's Programmes

Every year in November school leavers, teachers and parents have the opportunity to get an all-round insight into studying on Furtwangen University's three campuses during the Furtwangen University Open Day. It's possible to sit in on lectures, take tours of the labs and take part in practicals and experiments. Full information about the range of degree programmes we offer and important application, admission, exchange semester and financing information is also provided.

 

More information about the Open Day

Girls' Day

During Girl's Day, which takes place every year in April, the university puts on special science workshops just for girls.

 

More information about Girl's Day

Kids' Uni

It's never too early to get children interested in something, which is why Furtwangen University organizes a Kids' Uni on the Schwenningen Campus every year at the end of July, allowing kids aged 8 - 12 to come to university for the morning.

 

More information about the Kids' Uni

Pupils Programme

There are several ways to try out university while you are still at school to see if it's the right thing for you. If you're interested in IT, the Faculty of Computer Science offers a Schools Programme in the Easter holidays. You can also take part in lectures throughout the semester in the ELAN lecture series of the Electrical Engineering programme and the Pupils Programme offered by the Faculty of Computer Science.

 

Technical Orientation Prep Course

If you want to find out whether engineering is the right course for you, you should take a look at the Technical Orientation Prep Course on the Tuttlingen Campus. During the summer semester (March to July) you'll be given an introduction to the subjects of medical technology, materials technology, production engineering, engineering psychology and mechatronics, and at the end you can choose a regular study programme.

 

More about the Technical Orientation Prep Course

Contact Details

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