Research – teaching – innovation. These keywords are just a small part of what makes up the HfT Leipzig. Naturally, teaching the students about science is what we focus on, but social and practical skills are also important.
The Hochschule für Telekommunikation Leipzig (HfTL) is a university owned by the HfTL Trägergesellschaft mbH – a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom which is recognised by the Saxon State Ministry for Science and the Arts. The university implements the concept of lifelong learning in academic training in its full-time, part-time, and co-operative degree programmes.
The HfTL offers an attractive learning environment. Practical, scientific training and well thought-out programmes mean that students may earn their Bachelor of Engineering/Science degree after six semesters or their Master of Engineering degree after four semesters.
The laboratories feature excellent equipment and an in-house library with over 12,000 books allows for optimal learning. 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 full-time degree programmes have been accredited by the accreditation agency for degree programmes ASIIN and are equivalent to programmes offered by public universities.