Join Hanni Geist from the DAAD Information Center San Francisco for a new, dynamic 30 minute webinar format. This upcoming webinar will feature the Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS7). After a brief presentation by the universities' representative, participants will have the opportunity to engage directly with the speaker - so bring all your questions about studying in Germany!

November 1st, 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

Register for free here.

UAS7 is an alliance of seven leading German Universities of Applied Sciences located in Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster, and Osnabrück. The universities are close to business and large companies (such as Airbus in Hamburg, BMW in Munich, RTL and WDR in Cologne, BASF in Münster). UAS7 alumni work in engineering and science jobs, creative industries (architecture, design), business and social sciences and many more fields.

Berlin, Hamburg,  Munich and Cologne are Germany’s largest and most vibrant and international cities, offering a broad range of cultural activities, nightlife as well as close-by recreation areas with lakes, mountains and hiking paths. Osnabrück, Münster and Bremen are smaller cities with large numbers of (international) students, located close to the seaside and neighboring countries such as The Netherlands, Belgium and France. All seven cities have major airports and offer great opportunities to travel to destinations across Europe.

Attendees will learn about UAS7 as a strategic alliance of leading German universities of applied sciences as well as the member universities. The presentation will focus on English-taught Bachelor programs at the seven member universities in various subject areas, but will also highlight summer programs. Attendees will find out about the application processes, admission requirements and everything you need to know about studying at one of the seven the Universities of Applied Sciences.

For more information on the Universities of Applied Sciences visit http://www.uas7.org/.

The webinar will be recorded and will be available at www.daad.org/en/about-us/who-we-are/webinars/. If you can’t join the webinar live, send your questions to daadsf(at)daad.org to have your questions answered in the Q&A.