The University of Stuttgart is one of the top nine technical university in Germany. It was founded in 1829 and located in Stuttgart, Germany. It is a leading technically oriented university with a worldwide reputation.
The university is internationally oriented with their numerous worldwide study and research cooperation. The university maintains its relationship with over 320 universities around the world.
The University of Stuttgart has 10 division of faculties:
• Faculty of Agriculture and Urban Planning
• Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
• Faculty of Chemistry
• Faculty of Energy, Process and Bio-Engineering
• Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
• Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy
• Faculty of Engineering Design, Production Engineering and Automotive Engineering
• Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
• Faculty of Humanities
• Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Science
The university is known for its reputation in the fields of advance engineering; automotive, process, aerospace and efficient industrial and automated manufacturing.
Further details about the university and application procedure are available in university’s homepage. Please check it out in their main website or social network.
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I study architecture and this study is structured in a different way in most universities. What I like about the University of Stuttgart is that after obtaining the broad and diverse basics of the study in the first 2 years, you have the freedom to choose your own seminars and projects, concentrating on your point of interest. You can also distribute them as you wish. This is a huge adventure in a field where praxis in an office next to the studies is so important. An international semester is foreseen as well which helps you develop enormously in personal and cultural way.
The University of Stuttgart is one of Germanys largest technical universities. They have a strong focus on engineering subjects, specifically, the Bachelor of Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering is a unique opportunity. Close cooperations with the surrounding companies really shape the classes, there are many guest lectures by these companies.
The day to day life is quite relaxed, both the outer and the central campuses offer a nice green view in the summer, sadly the winter makes the university quite grey. The on-site cafeterias offer a good variety of food that gets a bit boring after a year or two but there is always an edible option. The libraries and study rooms have nice long opening times and there is always someone around to talk to.
The SoWi BA is highly recommended. The professors are mostly very committed, even if the well-intentioned actions at the students sometimes do not arrive so well. In terms of content, the institute has a methodological focus, the study consists of the three pillars of political science, sociology and statistics. Nevertheless, the university bureaucracy is relatively sluggish and changes take time. I also think it’s a pity that the two campuses are not so much related to each other, and sometimes you’re out in the city center.