RWTH AachenThinking The Future
Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen is one of the largest technical universities in Germany. It was founded in 1870 as the first Prussian Institute of Technology and was soon recognized as a Royal Technical University. Its long tradition not only serves as a strong scientific foundation, but also makes RWTH Aachen University a place where the future of the industrialized world is envisioned. Today, it is one of eleven universities of excellence with more than 550 full professors teaching more than 47,000 students in 157 degree programs. The university's network makes it possible to identify trends at an early stage, to take an interdisciplinary approach and thus to derive forward-looking strategies for industry that are reflected in the programs offered by RWTH Business School.
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RWTH Aachen CampusWhere Science Meets Industry
Close cooperation between universities, research institutions, companies and the city administration has made Aachen one of the most important high-tech locations in Europe. The scientific expertise available in Aachen has attracted renowned international companies and research institutions such as Ericsson, Ford, Philips, Takeda Pharma and Microsoft. But Aachen is also a dynamic hub for start-ups, spin-offs and entrepreneurs, supported by the Center for Entrepreneurship, among others. Thus, the RWTH Aachen Campus forms a unique platform for science and business alike.