If you are looking for English-taught degree programs with a high level of service in Germany, the International Department of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will meet your expectations. Four schools are hosted under the umbrella of this private institution at the KIT, offering English-taught Bachelor, Master, Executive Master, and Ph.D. programs in close cooperation with the relevant industries. The unique service approach of the International Department also includes a dormitory for students.


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International Women's Day Forum
International Women's Day Forum

How can our society support and empower women, and increase their representation in traditionally male-dominated sectors? Facing gender-specific social expectations, how do women bring talent and creativity, and make meaningful contributions to research, innovation, and business?

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Students of the HECTOR School, the KIT Technology Business School, during a workshop
Executive Master Programs for Young Professionals

HECTOR School of Engineering and Management, the Technology Business School of KIT, offers six part-time Executive Master programs for engineers, computer scientists, and economists.

Bachelor Students of the Carl Benz School of Engineering studying by campus
Bachelor Program in Mechanical Engineering

The Carl Benz School offers an English-taught Bachelor program in Mechanical Engineering for international students.

Master Students graduating with a degree in Optics & Photonics
Master and Ph.D. Programs in Optics & Photonics

The Graduate School "Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics" offers Master and Ph.D. programs for young scientists in Optics & Photonics.

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3D Matter Made to Order

The Cluster of Excellence is a collaboration of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Heidelberg University (Uni HD) pursues an interdisciplinary approach through conjunction of natural, engineering and social sciences.