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Training with the Finger on the Pulse of Research

Education at KIT is aimed at qualifying young people by extensive scientific and research-oriented training and the acquisition of interdisciplinary competences.

female studentAt the end of their studies, the students are able to independently identify current and future problems, work on complex issues, and develop sustainable solutions using scientific methods. To reach this objective, KIT pursues the strategy of research-oriented teaching: Guiding principles for studies and teaching at KIT.




Mascha Varlamova in Chile (Foto: Matthieu Griesmar)
KIT Study Mascha Varlamova in Chile

Chile does not only offer Spanish courses at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. There is also a great deal of landscape and culture.

FameLab-Vizemeisterin 2015 Dr. Anastasia August (Foto: Emanuel Jöbstl)
FameLab: Understanding makes you happy

As FameLab vice champion in 2015, Anastasia August explains how she came to the competition and gives tips and tricks.

KIT Alumni im Silicon Valley: Thomas Wolf (Foto: Thomas Wolf privat)
KIT Alumni in Silicon Valley: Thomas Wolf

A scientific career in the USA as head of a junior research group in the field of ultrafast photochemistry of molecules in the gas phase.

Bronnbacher Scholarship: Call for Applications

Students and doctoral students of the KIT can apply for the one-year cultural funding programme until January 15.

Online Survey on the "Student City of Karlsruhe"

The "Student City of Karlsruhe" participation project is entering its second phase with a mapping tool.

Any Drop-Out Is One Too Many

A new study shows: At universities, the dropout rate in engineering is 21 to 23 percent lower than previously thought.

Studierende im Labor (Foto: KIT)
Projects for the Unity of Research and Teaching

Excellent teaching follows excellent research: With federal money, KIT supports several projects.

Strikingly Appealing: The KIT Collection

The KIT Webshop offers KIT for tightening and under-arm clamps.

Logo HRK-Hochschulkompass
University Compass: Tips for Prospective Students

"HRK Hochschulkompass" provides wide-ranging information on the subject of studying.

Studieninformation Baden-Württemberg
Studying? Where? What? How?

The "Studieninfo Baden-Württemberg" is the first contact for questions about studying.

MINT-Kolleg Baden-Württemberg

The MINT-College is an institution for improving subject-specific knowledge in mathematics, informatics, science and technology.

Distance Learning Center

Distance learning or blended learning – that means studying absolutely regardless of place and time.