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Burg Giebichenstein- School of Art & Design, Halle

The Giebichenstein Academy Hall (Castle Hall) is an art school in Halle an der Saale . The English name is Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle . It is situated on the Giebichenstein above the right bank of hall in the northern suburbs (Campus Art) and in the east of the mill race Neuwerk (Campus Design).

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Website:http://www.burg-halle.de/


Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences

University of Applied Sciences (UAS) is a German type of tertiary education institution, sometimes specialized in certain topical areas (e.g. technology or business). Fachhochschulen were founded in Germany and later adopted by Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Greece. An increasing number of Fachhochschulen are abbreviated as Hochschule or Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften (HAW), which is also the generic term in Germany for all institutions awarding academic degrees in higher education. Due to the Bologna process, Universitäten and Fachhochschulen award legally equivalent academic Bachelor's and Master's degrees.[1] Fachhochschulen do not award doctoral degrees themselves, and this remains their major difference from traditional universities.

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Website:http://intl.fh-pforzheim.de/


LDT Nagold

The LDT Academy of textile and footwear profit company operating under the moral support of the Federal Association of German Textile Retail Trade (BTE) and the Federation of German Shoe Retailers Association (BDSE).

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Website:http://www.ldt.de


Fachhoscchule Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Universities of Applied Sciences are designed with a focus on teaching professional skills. Swiss law calls Fachhochschulen and Universitäten "separate but equal".[2] Just like more academically oriented traditional universities, the UAS are able to issue both Bachelor and Master degrees. In Switzerland, they may run doctoral programs when the degree itself is awarded by a partner institution which is allowed to, just as some German Fachhochschulen also co-run doctoral programs, with doctoral degrees being awarded by the partner university.

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Website:http://www.fh-hannover.de


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