History, Affiliations and Rankings
In 2017, the Business and Information Technology School and the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule merged to establish the University of Applied Sciences Europe. Global University Systems purchased the institution in 2018, taking over ownership from American business Laureate Education. The university's name was changed to the University of Europe for Applied Sciences in October 2020. In the federal state of Brandenburg, the University of Europe for Applied Sciences has state accreditation. The Ministry of Science, Research, and Culture has given governmental approval to all of the academic programmes offered by UE. UE is also accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat), FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation), Germany’s Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency (ZEvA) and The Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA). UE is one of the TOP 10 achievers in the Business Studies sector according to U-Multirank and CHE.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
The University of Europe for Applied Sciences, sometimes known as UE, is a private, for-profit university with campuses in Berlin, Hamburg, and Iserlohn. Its main campus and administrative centre are located in Iserlohn. There are 5 campuses under UE such as Campus Hamburg, Campus Berlin, Innovation Hub, Campus Iserlohn, and Campus Hanover. The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) makes it simple for you by providing you with a wide selection of courses in disciplines like business, art, and design as well as psychology, sport, and technology. UE collaborate to provide a variety of undergraduate and graduate programmes, some of which are taught in English. Both FIBAA and ZEvA have accredited the degree programmes.
Accomplishments and Alumni
UE students have received numerous awards like PUNKT - Prize for Technology Journalism and Technology Photography, Vonovia award, ADC competition, ARTE etc. That is a worldwide network that spans all cultures and countries with more than 48 universities and more than 50,000 students. The Global University Systems network includes the University of Applied Sciences Europe. The University of Applied Sciences Europe has a large alumni network that spans the globe and includes a number of well-known figures in many industries.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
Regarding academic programme accreditations, they have been granted by both the Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency and the German Council for Science and Humanities (Konrad-Rotenberg) (ZevA). Around 50 different nations' students and teachers engage in intercultural interactions on campuses, particularly in Berlin. In addition to its main campus in Iserlohn, UE also maintains campuses in Berlin and Hamburg. The Postdamer Platz neighbourhood and the Berlin campus are the cultural hub of the city. The Altona campus of Hamburg is situated close to the waterfront on the River Elbe. The UE job centre serves as a link between businesses and the university. With a proportion of 72%, the university's employment rate is fairly high. Depending on their stream, recent graduates may expect to earn between 40,000 and 60,000 EUR (33,00000 to 50,00000 INR).