Forces and their effects, the concept of electric charge, or the law of reflection and refraction: Knowledge of physics is needed when studying engineering. Prospective students and students of the first semesters can now brush up their knowledge by attending the physics online course. The cost-free course was developed by the MINT-Kolleg of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Stuttgart University, in cooperation with twelve other German universities. Now, it has been certified by TU9 – German Universities of Technology.
Click here for the online course in physics: www.brückenkurs-physik.de (in German)
Online mathematics course: www.brückenkurs-mathematik.de (in German)
More information: www.mint-kolleg.de (in German)
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