Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences

The Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences (or short "Hochschule Karlsruhe"; formerly "FH Karlsruhe") is an University of Applied Sciences in Karlsruhe. It is the largest university of applied sciences in the State of Baden-W├╝rttemberg offering both academic and professional higher education study programmes in engineering sciences, natural sciences, and business. Given the concentration of research centers and universities in and around Karlsruhe, the university of technology offers a wide range of courses on campus respected in the industry and academia. It is ranked among the top Universities of Applied Sciences or Fachhochschule in Germany with especially strong mechanical, electrical engineering, IT and Engineering with Business Studies programs.

The university is also home to one of Germany's most successful research oriented International Master of Science degree program in Sensor Systems Technology that was accredited by ASIIN (German Accreditation Agency for Study Programs in Engineering, Informatics, Natural Sciences and Mathematics) and awarded the Quality Seals of the Akkreditierungsrat (Foundation for the Accreditation of Study Programmes in Germany) and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

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