University of Stuttgart
The University of Stuttgart is a leading technical university, which enjoys a worldwide reputation thanks to its vision of “Intelligent systems for a sustainable society”. As a university at the center of a region which is both an economic powerhouse and has the cultural power to integrate, it sees itself as a hub for academic and non-academic industrial research, as well as a guarantor of holistic, research-oriented teaching with a focus on quality. The Stuttgart Way is all about consistent interdisciplinary integration of engineering, natural sciences, the humanities and social sciences based on top-level research in the various disciplines.
Its pre-eminent position as a globally networked research university is reflected, among other things, by the two Clusters of Excellence “Data-integrated Simulation Science” and “Integrative Computional Design and Construction for Architecture”, the research campus ARENA2036, its participation in the “Cybervalley” network as well as in numerous special research areas and graduate programs. Simulation science, production technologies, quantum technologies, digital humanities as well as the topic of adaptive building stand out as particular highlights in the University of Stuttgart's research program.
Approximately 26,000 students are currently enrolled at the University of Stuttgart and about 4,000 graduates enter their chosen career each year.
The University of Stuttgart consists of ten different faculties:
- Architecture and Urban Planning
- Civil- and Environmental Engineering
- Energy-, Process- and Bio-Engineering
- Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
- Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy
- Engineering Design, Production Engineering and Automotive Engineering
- Mathematics and Physics
- Faculty of Humanities
- Management, Economics and Social Sciences