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Technische Fachhochschule (TFH) - Berlin:
TFH, the University of Applied Sciences, is the largest university of applied sciences and the second largest engineering university in Berlin with more than 8,000 students. Some academic programs have restricted admission. TFH Berlin offers a wide range of academic programs from traditional to innovative engineering majors and beyond. Typically it takes eight semesters of full-time study to complete an academic program at TFH Berlin. Moreover, TFH Berlin offers a variety of Master's programs.

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Academic Programs include Architecture, Biotechnology, Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Mathematics, Pharmaceutical & Chemical Engineering, Mechatronics. Undergraduate Bachelor & Graduate Master degree programmes include: Industrial Engineering (MSc), International Technology Transfer Management (MSc), Computer Engineering (MEng), Communication Systems (BSc)

Exchanges:

TFH Berlin cultivates partnership exchanges with universities throughout the world. A good example of such a partnership exchange concerns the academic program in Mathematics, which offers courses jointly with its partner university UHA Muhlhouse in France. Most of our other partnership exchanges take place with universities in the USA, China and Korea. Applicants not only must provide documentation of graduation from a secondary school at a level required for admission to a university of applied sciences, they must also provide certification of preparatory training in industry/government.

Getting to know the German Culture
You are welcome to join our Cultural Training, which takes place every semester and features an event every week. You will get to know the German culture by visiting places ranging from the German parliament to a typical German biergarten and taking part in activities like barbecuing in one of Berlin-s many city parks, visiting museums or a boat tour on the Spree river.

If you choose to live in a student dormitory you will actually live among German students, you will have the opportunity to make German friends and to experience the true German student life.

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Address: Luxemburger Straße 10, Berlin, Germany
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Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics
Courses / Programs
The Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics (KSOP) offers Master and Doctorate Degree programs in Optics & Photonics. Located in the heart of the city center, our Graduate Degree courses are taught in English by experienced and qualified tutors.

With study plans tailored to your needs, our program prepares every student for exciting careers in the field of Optics & Photonics. The best master students are additionally given the opportunity to enter the PhD program creating a basis for world-class research.

We enhance the professional skills of our graduates by tailored personal and management training. A strong pillar of the KSOP concept is the individual coaching of doctoral researchers by one mentor for each Research Area.
Master of Science (MSc) in Optics & Photonics
- Duration: 2 years, taught in English

Specializations include:
- Optical Systems
- Biomedical Photonics
- Solar Energy
- Advanced Spectroscopy
- Photonic Materials & Devices

Doctorate Degree Program:
- PhD in Optics & Photonics
ITM Thai Hand International Training Massage & Spa School Berlin
Courses / Programs
Would you like to learn professional traditional Thai Yoga Massage and receive an internationally recognized certificate?

Join a Thai yoga massage course at ITM Thai Hand Berlin! Conveniently situated in the Prenzlauer Berg district, we are an internationally-accredited and recognized Thai massage training school.

We provide a wide range of professional certification courses in the ancient art of Thai massage therapy and Spa courses (including reflexology & aromatherapy) to German students & international students from around the world. Offered year-round & in summer, all courses are taught in English, German or Spanish.

ITM Thai Hand Berlin is one of the only schools in Germany to offer teacher training courses in Thai yoga massage, and one of only two in Europe to offer full certification.

On completion, our students receive an internationally-recognized certificate or diploma. You can repeat the courses for free as many times as you like, and take the practical exam whenever you feel you are ready.

Our school is an official franchise of ITM Chiang Mai, one of the most highly qualified schools of traditional Thai bodywork in Thailand. We also have a location in Amsterdam.

Testimonial
"Thai massage Level 1 course helped me to expand my horizons as a yoga teacher to bring some fresh breath to the classes: alignment, relaxation techniques and some therapeutic points and for better understanding of human body and the ways we can heal it with this ancient practice."
- Anastasia
Traditional Thai Massage Courses -  taught in English, German or Spanish 

• Level I: Foundation of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage
• Level II: Intermediate Traditional Thai Yoga Massage
• Level III: Advanced Sen – Energy Lines
• Level IV: Advanced Therapeutic Thai Massage
• Thai Yoga Teacher Training Classes
• Thai Chair Massage (Top Mobile Massage)
• Thai Table Massage (Special Spa & Wellness)
• Essential Oil Massage - Aromatherapy on a Table (Bestseller for Spa)
• Thai Foot Reflexology Massage (Spa Highlight)
• Hand Reflexology Massage
• Workshops
University Of Freiburg - Faculty Of Engineering
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Ideally located in the heart of Europe, The University of Freiburg is in southwest Germany, close to the borders of France and Switzerland.

The Faculty of Engineering offers a range of accredited bachelor's and master's degree courses in the fields of engineering and computer science to German and international students from around the world.

All of our undergraduate programs are taught in German. Some of our master's programs are taught completely in English, others in German, others are bilingual programs.

Founded in 1995, the Faculty of Engineering is composed of computer science and microsystems engineering departments and has earned an outstanding reputation.

The faculty’s researchers develop miniature technical solutions for nearly all domains of industry and life through the combination of various fields, such as computer science, electronics, optics, mechanics, and chemistry,

Freiburg is well-connected by road and rail, with frequent and fast passenger train services to major cities in Germany and throughout Europe.

The closest international airports are EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, (70km south of Freiburg) and Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden airport (100 km north of Freiburg).
Bachelor Degree Courses (3 years) - Taught in German:

- Embedded Systems Engineering
- Computer Science
- Mikrosystemtechnik (Microsystems Engineering)

Master of Science (M.Sc.) Degree Courses (2 years):

- Computer Science (Can be studied entirely in English. Some courses are offered in German)
- Embedded Systems Engineering (in English & German)
- Microsystems Engineering (English)
- Mikrosystemtechnik (German)
HECTOR School of Engineering and Management, Karlsruhe
Courses / Programs
Welcome to the HECTOR School of Engineering and Management. Established in 2005 the HECTOR School of Engineering & Management is the Technology Business School of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and was named after Dr. h.c. Hans-Werner HECTOR, the co-founder of the software company SAP.

The HECTOR School is the answer for the demand of the industry for part-time continuous education programs especially designed for engineers or managers working in the field of engineering.

The HECTOR Schools aims to support industry as well as individuals in regards to life-long-learning and strategic personnel development. The philosophy of HECTOR School is based on a methodological and holistic approach to engineering and management issues. The innovative interdisciplinary concept also provides professionals with an opportunity to improve their emotional intelligence in matters of other disciplines, branches and cultures.

HECTOR School graduates will be able to execute state-of-the-art technology expertise combined with current management know-how in an international working environment. In doing so they will foster innovations and the success of their companies.
Executive Master Programs in
• Energy Engineering and Management (EEM)
• Electronic Systems Engineering and Management (ESEM)
• Financial Engineering (FE)
• Green Mobility Engineering (GME)
• Management of Product Development (MPD)
• Production and Operations Management (POM)
• Service Management and Engineering (SME)

Final Degree: M.Sc. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The structure of all 7 programs is similar. 10 modules are divided into 5 engineering and 5 management modules. Programs are taught in English. International students are welcome.
Updated: 2016-04-14
Updated: 2016-04-14
Politecnico di Milano
Courses / Programs
The "Politecnico di Milano" Technical University is recognized as the most important Italian University of engineering, architecture and design. It is a science and technology University producing engineers, architects and industrial designers through a variety of innovative specialising courses, with great attention being devoted to all sides of education. It is made up of 7 Campuses located in 6 different cities, in the northern Italy (6 in the Lombardia region). The academics programs are divided among 9 Colleges: 2 Colleges of Architecture 1 College of Design 6 Colleges of Engineering Through its Colleges, the "Politecnico di Milano" T.U. offers: 43 first degree courses ("Laurea") 31 higher degree courses ("Laurea specialistica") 1 five-year course. in addition, the School of Doctoral Programs offers 30 PhD programs. Politecnico di Milano is one of the partner universities holding the International Master in Industrial Management (IMIM) in cooperation with Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and Kungl Tekniska Hgskolan.
"Laurea" (BA Bachelor or first degree), "Laurea Specialistica" (MA Master or higher degree), "Dottorato di Ricerca" (Doctoral Program - PhD) in Engineering, Computer Engineering, Architecture and Design.