The project participants reflect on the results during a final workshop

Digital solutions for needs-based mobility

Successful completion of the research project "Open source software for on-demand rural transportation" (OSLO).

Science Minister Dr. Manja Schüle (left) in conversation with Studieren.

"We will continue to expand this location"

Brandenburg's Minister of Science, Dr. Manja Schüle, visited BTU Campus Senftenberg on 5 December 2023. In discussions with students and teaching staff, she saw for herself how well the concept of the successfully launched new teacher training course has already proven itself.

Group picture of the scholarship holders

STEM Women's Scholarship enters its second round with eight new scholarship holders

BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg has awarded STEM women's scholarships for the second time. The scholarship is aimed at first-year female students in the university's 18 STEM study programmes. Eight young women can look forward to a monthly grant of 250 euros over two semesters. They are supported by the BTU STEM ambassadors during their studies.

Studying & Teaching

Research & Transfer

Campus & Life

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Familie in der Hochschule
Audit familiengerechte Hochschule seit 2009
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Eunice - European University
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HRK-Audit - Internationalisierung der Hochschule 2009/2010
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