10 English Study Programs at HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

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HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Arts, Design & ArchitectureBusiness Management & EconomicsComputer Science & ITEngineeringMedicine & HealthNatural Sciences & MathematicsSocial Sciences
24%
International students
English
10
No. of English-taught Study Programs
University of Applied Sciences
Type
public
Status
14.000
Students

About the University

The Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW Berlin), also known as the University of Applied Sciences Berlin, is the largest university of applied sciences in Berlin, Germany. It was founded in 1994 and currently has around 14,000 students. The HTW Berlin has two main campuses: the Treskowallee campus in Berlin-Karlshorst and the Wilhelminenhof campus in Berlin-Oberschöneweide, located directly on the River Spree. The Treskowallee campus consists of seminar buildings, a canteen, a library and sports halls on the site of a former secondary school. The Wilhelminenhof campus is a former industrial complex that has been transformed into a modern science location.

The university offers more than 70 study programmes in the fields of technology, computer science, business, law, culture and design. Subjects range from classic disciplines such as mechanical engineering and business administration to innovative programmes such as facility management, economic policy and game design. HTW Berlin offers Bachelor's, Master's and dual study options, with some Master's programmes taught in English.

HTW Berlin is known for its practice-oriented education and strong partnerships with industry. The university consistently receives good ratings in rankings, with numerous programmes appearing in the top rankings published by Wirtschaftswoche magazine. In the 2023 edition of the Wirtschaftswoche ranking, HTW Berlin's business administration, computer science and industrial engineering programmes were ranked first in Germany.
Research is a core focus at HTW Berlin, with over 150 externally funded research projects carried out annually in collaboration with industry partners. The university's research agenda covers a range of topics, including climate-friendly energy supply, advanced health research, digital and creative industries, and the preservation of cultural heritage. Notable alumni of the HTW Berlin include Erik Möller, a German freelance journalist and former deputy director of the Wikimedia Foundation.

International Rankings

National Rankings

Tuition Fees

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Application & Admission

Application Deadlines

Winter Semester 2024/2025

Summer Semester 2025

Winter Semester 2025/2026

Open Programs

Application Modes

Application Modes

0% national admission restriction (national NC)
40% local admission restriction (local NC)
0% no admission restriction, but ability test
20% no admission restriction
40% no information provided

Application Process

Application Process

60% directly at University
0% directly at University (incl. VPD from uni-assist)
40% via uni-assist

Language Requirements

IELTS Band

TOEFL Scores

Cambridge Levels

Minimum:

5 (1 program )

Minimum:

80 (1 program )

Minimum:

B2 First (FCE) (2 programs )

Maximum:

7 (7 programs )

Maximum:

96 (1 program )

Maximum:

CAE C1 (1 program )

IELTS Band

Minimum:

5 (1 program )

Maximum:

7 (7 programs )

TOEFL Scores

Minimum:

80 (1 program )

Maximum:

96 (1 program )

Cambridge Levels

Minimum:

B2 First (FCE) (2 programs )

Maximum:

CAE C1 (1 program )

Program Features

3-7 semesters

Duration
Online Courses
degree typesDegree Types

Master of Arts

Master of Business Administration

Master of Science

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Beginning

Winter intake

70%

Summer intake

20%

Winter & Summer intake

10%

Location

HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

List of English-taught Study Programs offered by HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

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