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Study an MBA program in Germany focused on technology management! The MBA is offered at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management with the option of coupling it with an MSC at the Hamburg University of Technology. The program is intended for engineers, scientists and economists who want to shape the digital world. Benefits include international groups, small classes, on-campus living and a close connection to the industry.
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You always wanted to study Mechanical Engineering in Germany? Choose one of our Engineering study programs (German & English-taught) at TU Dortmund University!
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Be international and study German Engineering in English at the Carl Benz School of Engineering - the Mechanical Engineering College of the KIT.
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Interested in the English-language International Master in Project Management & Data Science at the HTW Berlin?
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Come study in our international master’s programmes for STEM graduates. Hands-on learning, innovative case studies and company visits make our programmes competitive and career-building.
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The research training group 2281 provides a unique research environment that brings together ambitious doctoral students, expert members of the University of Bonn economics faculty, and external academics. RTG 2281 is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Call for applications!