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Education at the Pulse of Research

The goal of teaching at KIT is the qualification of young people on the basis of an intensive scientific and research-oriented education and the acquisition of interdisciplinary competence.

StudentinAt the end of their studies, students can independently identify current and future problems, work on complex issues, and develop sustainable solutions with the help of scientific methods.

In order to achieve this goal, KIT pursues the strategy of academic education based on research.



Steffen Winkler. (Photo: Mercedes-AMG Petronas)
From the Auditorium to the Formula 1

KIT alumnus Steffen Winkler has been an engineer with the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 team since September 2018.

Tim Schmidt (Photo: Cyber Security Challenge)
Hacking for More Safety

Computer science student Tim Schmidt and his team won the Cyber Security Challenge Germany in July 2019.

Franziska Mathis-Ullrich (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Six Questions to Franziska Mathis-Ullrich

Small robots that prick people and cut them open to make them healthier - this is Franziska Mathis-Ullrich's mission.

Eucor: Studiying at Five Universities

Eucor - The European Campus describes the cross-border opportunities for students and doctoral candidates in a video.

KIT Remains Best German University in Natural and Engineering Sciences

International ranking of the National Taiwan University (NTU) is based on publication data.

Three Alumni among the Best "Innovators under 35".

Tim Böltken, Andreas Bihlmaier, and Sebastian Zanker honored for outstanding projects.

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.

Campus Collection (Photo: KIT)
Smart with the Campus Collection

The Campus Collection offers sustainable and smart products in KIT design.

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.