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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Saupe, Rektor
University

Information and Communication Technology is the industry of the future. Graduates from our university have received state-of-the art practical training and are best prepared to take on current and, above all, future challenges in their careers in the ICT industry.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Saupe, Rektor

The HfTL strives to provide modern, practically oriented training with the following programmes:

Information and Media Design
Computer Science and Telecommunications
Business Information Systems
Information and Communications Technology (Master)

The programmes allow our students to acquire essential knowledge within a manageable period.
In our co-operative programmes, which are organised in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom AG, we offer a unique blend of practical training in the business and theoretical training at the university.

Business Information Systems (Bachelor)
Computer Science and Telecommunications
Business Information Systems (Master)

The ambitious “Bologna@Telekom”, run by Deutsche Telekom, is designed to promote employees who wish to study part-time after already having been at company for several years. They have the option of taking one of the following degree programmes.

Information and Media Design
Computer Science and Telecommunications
Business Information Systems (Bachelor)
Information and Communication Technology (Master)
Business Information Systems (Master)

After earning a Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Science degree in three years and a Master of Engineering degree in an additional two years, or graduates have excellent career prospects: there is a high demand for qualified specialists in the industry. The fact that the HfTL has been at the top of the CHE ranking lists over recent years is further proof of the high teaching quality at the university.

The modern equipment, the small campus, and intensive support by professors, teachers, and lab engineers all come together to create an ideal learning environment. Students appreciate the individual and informal atmosphere at our university.

The HfTL is run by the Deutsche Telekom, which means that the university is always at the forefront of innovation and offers the best training conditions during the practical stages at locations in Germany and overseas.

For example, many bachelor’s and master’s theses are completed as part of projects at the Deutsche Telekom, allowing our students to gain vital practical experience for their careers.

Together with Deutsche Telekom and business partners, we conduct research and development at the university. Research at the HfTL is very practical; students may actively participate in implementing project plans.

International cooperation is another important aspect of training at the HfTL. The high standard of quality in teaching and research is ensured by integrating the university into a network of institutions based in Europe, the United States, and Asia.

The HfTL maintains and develops contacts with institutes in Eastern Europe, thus continuing a long tradition. A consortium of nine universities from eight European countries organises student and professor exchanges and is currently developing a joint master’s programme.

By expanding into South Eastern Europe, Deutsche Telekom has gained new business partners. They will be offering internships to our students, giving them the opportunity of gaining valuable insight into their work.

The large proportion of international students at our university is proof that these partnerships are not a one-way street.