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These Are The Top Engineering Colleges In Germany For 2019

Willing to pursue your engineering from the world’s best engineering college? Germany offers the best options in every field and is a synonym for engineering. So let’s find out the top engineering colleges in Germany, where you can apply for your bachelor’s.

Top Engineering Colleges In Germany For 2019:

  1. The Technical University of Munich (TUM): Tagged as the ‘University of Excellence’ for the 3rd time in a row, this university integrates ace facilities for forefront research with excellent and unique learning opportunities for students. Its contribution towards the solution for the major challenges of society is of paramount importance. It has committed its work in diverse fields, such as Health and Nutrition, Information and Communication, Mobility and Infrastructure, Environment and Climate, etc. It aims to create lasting value for society. It offers more than 170-degree programs, so whichever field you are interested in, can enroll yourself for the same. One more reason for luring students (and even scientists) is that it is highly active in international projects and has established campus and offices in several continents. The applicant will have to clear TOEFL or IELTS with a minimum score of 88 and 6.5 respectively. Just open an account in the college, fill in the details, and send the required documents. By CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2019, Technical University of Munich (TUM) is ranked 1st in Germany at 46th place (overall) in the world.

  2. RWTH Aachen University or Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen: It is one of the highly reputed and recommended institutes in Europe. It has collaboration with various national and international industrial partners and benefits its students with A1 teaching. Dentistry, Animal Science, Textile Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Power Systems are few of the diversely spread courses that the college offers. To apply, fill the online form. After application period gets over, selection begins. You will be regularly updated regarding the selection process as and when it goes. In the CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2019, RWTH Aachen University stands at 160th place worldwide.

  3. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT): It is one of the esteemed universities not just of Germany but of the whole world. This university doesn’t lack behind in any field. Apart from the breathtaking campus and outstanding faculty, it cooperates in a broad range of disciplines in economics, engineering sciences, natural sciences, and the Humanities and Social Sciences. Its efforts are specifically in the directions of societal benefits, scientific discoveries, economic prosperity, and preservation of our natural resources (like green mobility and energy engineering). The CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2019 ranks Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) 169th in the world.
  4. Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin): Berlin Institute of Technology is a well-renowned name in the fame of world-class technological and research institute. It is aptly said by them, “Here is where economics and technology merge”. Its huge and magnificent campus and cooperative professors attract students from around the globe. It won’t be wrong to call it ‘An Engineer’s Paradise’. The university offers various courses in the field of computer science, economics, mathematics, human sciences, planning, process science, and mechanical engineering. It promotes entrepreneurship and start-ups especially in science and other subjects of importance. Its ‘innoCampus’ project aims to develop online learning. Hence, it is positioned at 47th among the top engineering colleges of the world with quite good reasons. In the CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2019, Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) is ranked at 249th place (overall) in the world.
  5. University of Stuttgart: This one is yet another top-level engineering college in Germany that provides everything a student may seek. It has everything, right from great infrastructure to diversity in engineering options, natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences. This professionally competent university also has a favorable location, right in the mid of the city. One of the technical universities in Germany, Universitat Stuttgart has highly ranked programs in varied engineering branches. For application, go the C@MPUS web page and register yourself as an applicant. Fill in the fields and upload the documents asked for in the pdf format. You’ll be able to download the application only after sending it. As of 2019, the University of Stuttgart is ranked 360th overall according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2019.

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