Applied Sciences

Some articles on applied sciences, sciences, science:

Engineer's Degree - Europe, Prior To The Bologna Process - Germany
... The German "Universities of Applied Sciences" (Fachhochschule) awarded the traditional engineering degree Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) (Dipl.-Ing (FH)) ... Bologna process, as bachelor and master degrees from a University of Applied Sciences are equal to the degrees from a traditional university ... Universities of Applied Sciences are phased out and they are changed to universities with own faculties and research institutes ...
Trakya University - History
... Basic medical sciences of the period were taught in this school where 18 students received theoretical and practical education of medicine each year ... There were three institutes (Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Health Sciences), four faculties (Faculty of Medicine, Engineering-Architecture, Science and Letters, Tekirdağ Agriculture ... Later, four faculties (Faculties of Engineering, Çorlu Economics and Administrative Sciences Education, Edirne Technical Education, Kırklareli) two colleges (State Conservatory, Kırkpınar Physical ...
Mannheim University Of Applied Sciences - History
... The Mannheim University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1898 as a private school of enigineering for the disciplines of mechanical and electronical engineering, subsidized by the city of Mannheim ... Process Engineering, and Computer Sciences ... In 1971, the School of Engineering was officially promoted to the status of a University of Applied Sciences ...
Seinäjoki University Of Applied Sciences
... Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (Finnish Seinäjoen ammattikorkeakoulu) is a local municipality-owned Finnish institution of higher education based in six municipalities of ... more on academic research, and universities of applied sciences, which emphasize more working life connections ... Seinäjoki UAS is a university of applied sciences ...

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