Augsburg (Germany, Bavaria)
Augsburg is a lively university town with 290 000 citizens in the south west of Bavaria/Germany. It is one of the oldest German cities with a fascinating history as a former Free Imperial City.
Students like not only the vibrant cultural life with many museums and festivals, with theatre, ballet and art galeries but also the charming green environment with huge forests, meadows, rivers and streams.
The Augsburg University of Applied Sciences offers a broad range of Bachelor and Master programs in Design and Architecture, in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science.
6.000 students are enrolled at seven faculties. The Universities’ focus is on practice-based teaching, on applied research and on internationalization.
The European Project Semester is hosted by the Faculty of Design which is not only one of the oldest German Art Schools but also the biggest of Bavarias Design Schools with 600 students. It has become a place where design and interactive media students not only learn the fundamentals in visual art, design and interactive communication but also different approaches to problem solving and design thinking.