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Cologne University of Applied Sciences (CUAS)

Cologne University of Applied Sciences is Germany‘s biggest University of Applied Sciences with about 16,000 students and 400 professors. Ten faculties offer over 60 courses of study in engineering and social sciences as well as in the humanities, ranging from architecture via mechanical engineering and social work to business law and languages. The wide range of subjects yields excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary projects and cooperations. Its top-quality teaching and research spectrum puts Cologne University of Applied Sciences much in demand. The university cultivates close relations with universities both at home and abroad.



European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has called for fiscal policy to lead the way in ending the Eurozone recession. AAP/EPA/ARNE DEDERT

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