University of Applied Sciences Europe as part of the Laureate International Universities network
More than 75 accredited universities across the globe with more than 1 million students - that is a global network embracing all cultures and continents. The University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE) is part of the largest private university network Laureate International Universities, with locations in 25 countries on five continents and as such the largest global and fastest-growing network of private universities.
Studying at the top international level
Belonging to the Laureate network furthers our promise to offer you a university degree at the highest international standard. Semesters abroad, global lectures, cross-border practical projects, and study trips are integral parts of all programs at UE. The goal is to nurture your intercultural understanding and prepare you for a career on the international stage.
Global perspectives, local atmosphere
Those who wish to work in the areas of management and enterprise require an understanding of the newest technologies, creativity, and also international experiences in addition to entrepreneurial spirit. We offer you the chance to benefit from international exchange and to immerse yourself fully in the everyday life of a new cultural surrounding. The result is a multicultural, career-oriented study program. You decide for yourself where you live and study for half a year or longer:
In some programs there is the possibility to obtain an additional international degree (international complementary degree).
Here for good – Students at UE in the world
All Laureate universities have committed themselves to act and operate with a sustainable and responsible approach, globally, internationally, and across borders. For instance, “International Sport & Event Management” students on campus Berlin worked together with the organization Listros on the project “Addis on Fire – How do you set up a soccer club in Addis Abeba?” The international students (one student each from Belgium, Poland, and France, as well as two from Germany) led the organization of the program from beginning to end. The goal of the cooperation, also in conjunction with BTK – Art & Design, was to set up a functioning club that provided young sportspeople with structure and perspectives both privately and professionally. Thus UE students are assisting in an international aid project.