- University of Applied Sciences Bremen
- General Information
1.1 Education Philosophy:
The Bremen University of Applied Sciences ensures the freedom of instruction, learning and research within the framework of a scientific understanding based on democratic principles.
1. Science serves us on the road to new perspectives. This general objective of all scientific activity also informs each project at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
2. All members of the University are bound to respect the principles of enlightenment, integrity, openness and tolerance in their professional and private activities.
3. All members of the University are bound to fundamental moral norms in their activities. Everything that can be done may not be. Reflection on the methods employed is part of science, as are consideration of possible consequences for humanity, society and the environment and the assumption of responsibility for the results.
4. Science is always situated in a concrete society. The Bremen University of Applied Sciences accepts the associated challenges responsibly.
Qualified teaching staff is particularly important in preparing students for the requirements of the national and international professional marketplace. The University is therefore committed to systematic quality management and regularly scheduled evaluation.
1.2 Education Goals:
The goal of teaching and study at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences is to educate students into graduates who are highly-qualified in their field
- and who possess social and intercultural abilities and are able to take on ambitious activities in national and international contexts, with the knowledge of the general societal conditions in which they live and work, and are conscious of the different experiences both sexes may have.
- and who possess an understanding of the consequences of their actions on society and environment.
1.3 Brief History:
The Bremen University of Applied Sciences: rich in tradition, innovative, international
The largest university of applied sciences in the smallest German federal state of Bremen is rich in tradition while also being innovative. With the inception of the University dating back to the year 1799, today, the Bremen University of Applied Sciences is committed to innovation and internationalisation. This extraordinary combination has decidedly characterised the profile of the University over the last decade. Today, the University embodies excellence in applied and practically-oriented teaching and research.
While the official founding date of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences is 1982, its roots go back to 1799, the year in which its predecessor institution was founded (Bremen School of Navigation). - In 1894, the "Technical Institute of the Free and Hanseatic City of Bremen” opened its doors, housing the "School of Construction” department, out of which would be formed the current faculties of architecture and engineering. - One year later, in 1895, the Sea Mechanics’ School, the Mechanical Engineering School and the Ship Building School opened. - In 1919, the "Social Women’s School” was founded (later known as the "University for Social Pedagogy and Social Economy”), which formed the predecessor of the Social Work faculty. - The business faculty began in 1963 as the "Higher School of Business”. - These institutions were developed into four practically-oriented universities of applied sciences in 1970. - The four previously independent universities for technology, business, social sciences and nautical science were unified in 1982 to form the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
Students are currently distributed among four sites: Neustadtswall 30 with 3,818 students and Werderstraße 73 with approx. 3,107 students; both just several minutes on foot from the Bremen city centre. The new site at Flughafenalle 10 has 765 students and 191 students are at Süderstraße 2 (International Graduate Centre).
- Structure of Institution
The Bremen University of Applied Sciences will design its structures so that teaching and research may become more effective, and in order to increase the efficiency and transparency of the administration.
- Structure of Program
- On-Board Trainig Scheme