Dresden University of Applied Sciences (HTW) was founded in 1992 in Dresden, Germany. It is one of the largest universities in Dresden that specializes in degree programmes in a wide range of fields. The school delivers bachelor and master degree programmes in civil engineering / architecture; electrical engineering; as well as informatics and product design; machine engineering; and business administration. Ever since its foundation, the university has aimed to provide its students with the best possible education, in order to prepare them for a global, high-level management position. Graduates of Dresden University of Applied Sciences normally find employment shortly after graduating, as they are well-rounded scholars who gained valuable knowledge through studying at this excellent school. The degree programmes consist of numerous subjects that are unique and a bit unusual for higher education in Saxony, amongst those are for example agriculture, horticulture, landscape planning and development, environmental monitoring analysis, as well as cartography. The university is home to 8 faculties, 170 academic staff members and over 5,000 students who come from near and far (many come from outside of Germany) to get a well-structured education at HTW. Even though it is a large university, it is still able to encourage personal dialogue throughout individual courses, making it a splendid learning environment. Prospective students who want to gain a top education, while not having to pay any tuition fees, should definitely consider studying at HTW. Most of the study programmes are in German, the exceptions being: International Business(B.A.); Electrical Engineering, as well as 3 Master degree programmes. The school also offers double-degree programmes in cooperation with its many partner universities abroad; enabling students to broaden their horizons while gaining professional qualifications that are recognized throughout the world. The campus is very modern- it offers state-of-the-art facilities and numerous laboratories for teaching purposes.