Erasmus Mundus Program
TU Kaiserslautern is part of the Erasmus MUNDUS Program of the European Union.
In cooperation with other European Higher Education Institutions TU Kaiserslautern offers the following Erasmus MUNDUS Joint Degrees:
European Master in Embedded Computing Systems (EMECS)
Participating universites: TU Kaiserslautern, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Trondheim, Norway, University of Southampton (UoS), Southampton, United Kingdom, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Europen Master in Software Engineering (EMSE)
Participatin universites: TU Kaiserslautern, Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, Italien,
Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain, University of Oulu (OY), Finland
German-Russian Institute of Advanced Technologies (GRIAT)
Within the Consortium of German-Russian Institutes of Advanced Technologies (GRIAT)
TU Kaiserslautern offers the following (Joint) Master Degrees in cooperation with the Kazan National Research Technical University, Russia:
- Study Course: Embedded Computing Systems
- Study Course: Intelligent Data Processing
- Study Course: Advanced Quantum Physics
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DFH - Deutsch Französische Hochschule
International Research Training Groups
- DFG Collaborative Research Groups (FG)
- DFG Priority Programs (SPP)
- DFG International Research Training Group (IRTG-2057):"Physical Modeling for Virtual Manufacturing Systems and Processes"
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN-ETN)
DFG Collaborative Research Centres:
- Get an overview of the ongoing DFG Collaborative Research Centres of TU Kaiserslautern
Graduate Schools of the Federal States of the Republic of Germany
The Federal States of the Republic of Germany promote highly qualified national & international scientists and researchers under optimal conditions in accordance with the Anglo-American model. Their Graduate Schools offer structured doctoral training in form of (research-focused) doctoral studies and intensive individual supervision of doctoral thesis / dissertation projects. By offering interdisciplinary collaboration among faculties and international orientation, Graduate Schools prepare their students in an optimal way for positions in interdisciplinary and international research contexts. Graduate Schools, in contrast to Research Training Groups, (Graduiertenkollegs = temporary institutions) are part of the respective university and therefore contribute to structure-building in research and teaching.