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Internationale Masterprogramme (englischsprachig)

Die Universität Stuttgart bietet die folgenden internationalen Masterprogramme an:

WASTE Air Quality Control, Solid Waste and Waste Water Process Engineering (WASTE)
Master of Science

Monitoring air and water pollution as well as the removal of waste are challenges the society throughout the world has to face. The international program WASTE will provide students with the education necessary to manage these multidisciplinary demands. All courses are taught in English. ...more vor
Commas Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures (COMMAS)
Master of Science

COMMAS is concerned with the simulation of advanced engineering problems using modelling, computer implementation, experimental verification and case. The program provides the basis of high-tech engineering designed for a broad spectrum of applications study investigation. ...more vor
Geoengine Geomatics Engineering (GEOENGINE)
Master of Science

Geomatics Engineering is the science and technology of geospatial information management. It is a key discipline for monitoring system Earth, for sustainable development, planning and traffic management. The program conveys profound geomatics knowledge to future executives. ...more vor

Infotech Information Technology (INFOTECH)
Master of Science

Micro technologies and their integration by embedded information processing to micro systems foster new products in a wide spectrum of applications like Internet, broadband, mobile and satellite networks. In INFOTECH your study can focus on selected subjects in these fields. ...more vor
Commas Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design (IUSD)
Master of Science

The Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design is a double-degree Master's program jointly organized by the University of Stuttgart and Ain Shams University in Cairo with one year in Stuttgart University and another year at Ain Shams University in Cairo.
It trains and prepares a new generation of urban practitioners to face the tremendous environmental, cultural, socio-economic and governance challenges resulting from the dynamic urban transformation around the globe. ...more vor
Infotech Integrative Technologies and Architectural Design Research (ITECH)
Master of Science

The MSc Programme ITECH Integrative Technologies and Architectural Design Research is a multidisciplinary, research-oriented, experiment-based programme shaped around contemporary aspects of the built environment. Through the continued advancement of technological and computational processes in architecture, the program serves to merge the fields of design, engineering, construction and natural sciences. Challenging the design space boundaries of current architectural and engineering practice, the programme seeks to provoke a re-examination of techniques, practices and theories of design in relation to fields of engineering, robotics, digital fabrication, material science and biology. Open to students with a Bachelor degree in architecture, engineering or natural science. All courses are instructed in English. ...more vor
MIP Master's Program Infrastructure Planning (MIP)
Master of Science

Modern infrastructure facilities are essential for development and economic welfare all around the world. This international Master’s Program addresses the global need for trained planning professionals capable of using an interdisciplinary approach in dealing with the complex tasks of infrastructure planning on the urban, regional and state level. ...more vor
Physics PHYSICS
Master of Science

PHYSICS is a M.Sc. program in General Physics which is totally taught in English. PHYSICS is offered by the Universität Stuttgart in cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institutes for Solid State Research and Metals Research; it addresses international students as well as German students. ...more vor
WAREM Water Resources Engineering and Management (WAREM)
Master of Science

We never know the worth of water till the well is dry. (Thomas Fuller) - WAREM is designed for the education of qualified engineers and scientists to keep the well flowing for future generations. It's part of the graduate program Environment Water (see doctoral program ENWAT). ...more vor