University of Europe for Applied Sciences

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About University of Europe for Applied Sciences

University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) is a private university with campuses in Germany, offering a diverse range of programs in applied sciences and creative industries. With locations in Berlin, Hamburg, and Iserlohn, the university is known for its emphasis on practical and project-based learning, preparing students for careers in fields such as business, media, design, and technology. UE often collaborates with industry partners, integrating real-world projects into the curriculum and providing students with opportunities to gain hands-on experience. The university’s commitment to an international learning environment attracts students from around the world, contributing to a culturally diverse and dynamic educational experience

Entry Requirements
  1. Academic Qualifications: Applicants are usually required to have completed a relevant academic qualification such as a high school diploma for undergraduate programs or a bachelor’s degree for postgraduate programs.
  2. English Language Proficiency: Since programs are often delivered in English, international students are generally required to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. Commonly accepted language proficiency tests include the IELTS or PTE, and minimum score requirements may apply.
  3. Portfolio (for Creative Programs): Some programs, especially those in the creative arts and design fields, may require applicants to submit a portfolio showcasing their work and creative abilities.
  4. Letters of Recommendation (for Postgraduate Programs): Some postgraduate programs may require letters of recommendation from academic or professional sources to assess the applicant’s suitability for the program.
  5. Statement of Purpose (SOP): Applicants may be asked to submit a statement of purpose outlining their academic and career goals, as well as reasons for choosing the specific program.
  6. Interview (if applicable): Some programs or universities may conduct interviews as part of the admissions process to assess the applicant’s suitability for the program.

Campus location


Dessauer Str. 3-5, 10963 Berlin, Germany

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+49 30 338539500

Monday to Thursday between 9am and 5pm

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Industrial connection part & work opportunities

Industrial Connection
  1. Internship Opportunities: Collaborations with industry partners to provide students with internship opportunities, allowing them to gain practical experience in their chosen field.
  2. Guest Lectures and Industry Experts: Inviting professionals and experts from various industries to deliver guest lectures, conduct workshops, and share insights into current industry trends and practices.
  3. Industry Projects: Offering students the chance to work on real-world projects in collaboration with industry partners, providing hands-on experience and exposure to actual industry challenges.
  4. Networking Events: Organizing events such as career fairs, industry forums, and networking sessions to connect students with potential employers and professionals in their field of study.
  5. Advisory Boards: Establishing advisory boards comprised of industry leaders and experts who provide guidance on curriculum development, ensuring that academic programs align with industry needs.
  6. Collaborative Research: Engaging in collaborative research initiatives with industry partners, contributing to the advancement of knowledge and addressing industry-specific challenges.
Work Opportunities
  1. Internship Programs: Many universities collaborate with industry partners to offer internship programs, allowing students to gain practical experience in their chosen field.
  2. Career Services: Dedicated career services departments that assist students in developing job-search skills, preparing resumes and cover letters, and navigating the job market.
  3. Job Placement Support: Some universities offer job placement services to help graduates find employment opportunities after completing their studies.
  4. Networking Events: Universities frequently organize networking events, career fairs, and industry-specific gatherings that connect students with potential employers, alumni, and professionals in their field.
  5. Industry Connections: Strong ties with industries and businesses can lead to increased opportunities for students, including access to job openings, industry insights, and potential mentorship.
  6. Alumni Networks: Maintaining alumni networks that provide ongoing support to graduates, including access to job listings, networking events, and mentorship programs.
  7. Entrepreneurship Support: For students interested in entrepreneurship, universities may offer resources and support for launching and developing their own business ventures.
  8. Workshops and Seminars: Organizing workshops and seminars on topics such as job searching, interview skills, and professional development to prepare students for the workforce.

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