About Hochschule Bremen
With some 8,000 students from nearly 100 different countries and over 60 courses on offer, the University of Applied Sciences Bremen is amongst the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany. The university’s roots go back to the first faculty in the year 1799 and today the University of Applied Sciences Bremen can rely on a network of over 250 partner universities worldwide.
Already in 2005 and thus five years ahead of the deadline set by the European Ministry of Education, the University of Bremen has reorganized its range of courses completely, basing them on the bachelor and master structure in line with mandatory international standards. The accreditation of all courses associated with these changes ensures that the students receive an education of the highest quality combined with the best possible mobility during their studies. Moreover in two-thirds of all courses, internships and study terms spent abroad are an obligatory part of the teaching plan. Courses leading to a master degree are based on the first level of final university exams that qualify students for professions or vocations* (intermediate study courses).
The University of Applied Sciences Bremen presents students attractive opportunities in structuring study courses not only practice oriented but also internationally compatible. Future-oriented and innovative course contents as well as bachelor and master qualifications – which are acknowledged all over the world – offer excellent career possibilities in and outside of Europe.
"Ein zuverlässiger Partner in der Weiterbildung"
"Weiterbildung für berufstätige Akademikerinnen und Akademiker auf höchstem Niveau, das zeichnet das International Graduate Center der Hochschule Bremen aus. Das praxis- und anwendungsorientierte Studium, die internationale Ausrichtung sowie der stete Dialog zwischen Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft machen das International Graduate Center (IGC) zu einem zuverlässigen Partner in der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung von Führungskräften."
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Karin Luckey,
Rektorin der Hochschule Bremen