History, Affiliations and Rankings
Since 1829, the University of Stuttgart has been a main research-oriented college in Germany. The college is best known for its interdisciplinary modules incorporating specialized training, Normal Sciences, Humanities, and Business examinations. The University of Stuttgart has partnered with different worldwide colleges for coordinated research and learning sharing projects. Today, the university is globally known to be one of the best institutions for higher education. The University of Stuttgart has unique affiliations with the German Universities Excellence Initiative, PEGASUS, TU9, EUA, and TIME. The University of Stuttgart is ranked 301 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education and has an overall score of 4.0 stars. The University of Stuttgart is ranked #596 in Best Global Universities. Also, it is ranked 347 in the world, as per QS World University Rankings 2022.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
This University's internal infrastructure and digitization projects determine the work in various departments to a considerable extent. Through them, the team brings the necessary innovations to a broad spectrum and digitization close to the end-users. The university team is in a lively exchange with them and works closely with them. This cooperation results in new TIK services. Modern, high-performance network technologies in particular are creating completely new possibilities for the provision of IT services. The University of Stuttgart's campus is divided into two major parts and several smaller other locations. The University of Stuttgart offers over 160 different Bachelor's and Master's study courses. Scholarships and foundations offer a good possibility for at least partial financing of any student's studies but not for degree students. To obtain funding, students do not always need a copy with top grades. There are scholarships and foundations that will also support you for your competencies, such as in journalism, or in another area, such as having extensive international experience. The University of Stuttgart offers 73 UG and 95 PG programs in fields like Engineering, Architecture, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, and Humanities. All the programs are offered across 4 academic fields including engineering, natural sciences and mathematics, language and cultural sciences, and business and social sciences. Some of the popular programs offered by the University of Stuttgart include finance, business administration, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, etc.
Accomplishments and Alumni
The University of Stuttgart is one of the leading technically oriented universities in Germany with global significance. It sees itself as a centre of university-based, non-university, and industrial research. Furthermore, it takes a role as a guarantor of research-based teaching, focused on quality and holism. Since its foundation in 2002, the alumni network of the University of Stuttgart, “alumnus”, has built up a centric network which is directed at students, graduates and university members on the one hand, and at partners and sponsors of the University of Stuttgart on the other hand. It connects national and international members from all disciplines and fields. The University of Stuttgart is globally known for its exceptionally notable alumni network. It encourages cultural diversity by offering courses to students from across the globe. This university has a list of notable alumni who have gained immense recognition in their respective fields. Some of the other notable names include - Gerhard Ertl and Uff Merbold.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
All over the globe, students come to enrol in this university. The Dual Career Program at the University of Stuttgart has contacts at the many following companies, institutions and facilities together with its cooperation partner, the Dual Career Netzwerk der Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH.