Summary about HfTL
HfTL is a private university under the patronage of the HfTL Trägergesellschaft mbH – a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG that is
recognized by the Ministry of Science and Art of Saxony, making it the only corporatefundedprivate university in Germany. HfTL specializes in academic teaching and research in the field of information and communications technologies (ICT).
It currently has some 1000 students on its full-time and part-time Bachelor degree
programs in Communications Engineering, Communications and Information
Technology, Business Information Systems and the Master of Engineering in
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Master of Science in
Business Information Systems.
The academic staff is comprised of 29 university lecturers, 12 laboratory engineers and around 40 guest lecturers. A staff/student ratio of 1:30 ensures highly personal, direct contact between lecturers and students. The 10,000 m² campus, 8,000 m² of which is available for teaching and research, creates a familiar atmosphere for students and academic staff alike. Laboratories, project rooms and lecture theaters are equipped with the very latest technology and provide excellent conditions for learning.
As well as being state-recognized, the content of the full-time degree courses is also accredited by ASIIN e.V. in recognition of its high quality. Together with a range of full-time degree courses, HfTL also offers a selection of cooperative degree courses organized in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom AG or on a part-time basis, which culminate in a Bachelor's or Master's degree.