Vorlesungen im     Wintersemester   2017-2018
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Studying in Stuttgart - for Students of our US-partneruniversities

 Studying in Stuttgart - for students of our US partneruniversities

A close relationship between the Institute of Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF) of the University of Stuttgart and the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) and the National Crash Analysis Center (NCAC) of the George Washington University (GWU) has been existing for many years.

It was possible for german students of the University of Stuttgart to study at GWU for one year. Now the exchange program has become reciprocal. GWU students can take advantage of the same opportunity at the University of Stuttgart and register for courses towards a masters degree program. It is recommended to prove the achievement of a bachelor's degree.

This also accounts for students of the George Mason University (GMU), especially for graduate students of the College of Science (CoS) and of the Center for Collision Safety and Analyisis (CCSA). Up to three students per academic year can enroll in the University of Stuttgart for up to one year and register for courses of their choice. 

The goal is that US-students will be able to integrate the studies in Stuttgart into the curriculum at their home university. 

For further information about international study courses for Master of Science Degrees at the University of Stuttgart, please see:  Master of Science Degree
Additional information is provided by the International Office:  Office for International Affairs

  Contact:

Dipl.-Ing. Johannes-Martin Schleyer