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Founded in 1971, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences is a young and innovative university which is now an integral part of Darmstadt's academic landscape. Our close cooperation with industry and research institutes plays a key role in our teaching and research.
The university’s range of programs and research capacities extends from engineering sciences, mathematics, information science and computer science to management, social sciences, and social work, as well as architecture, media and design.
Research and development is a vital, very active component of academic life at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, as evidenced by the growing number of research projects across wide-ranging fields of research, as well as the founding of new, mostly interdisciplinary research working groups and institutes.
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The university library consists of the Zentralbibliothek and four branch libraries at sites in Darmstadt and Dieburg. The collection comprises about 300,000 volumes and over 800 publications as well as a rapidly growing number of electronic resources.
All materials (books, journals, electronic resources etc.) can be found in the online catalogue.
Departments are situated at five locations within the city of Darmstadt, as well as in nearby Dieburg. Visible for miles, the most prominent landmark at Darmstadt is the high-rise tower on the main campus near Darmstadt Central Station.
The Department of Design is located at Mathildenhöhe, the internationally renowned Art Noveau centre. This area‘s “Wedding Tower” is also found in the Darmstadt logo.
Biotechnology is located near the Botanical Gardens. In 2000, the campus of the former Telekom University of Applied Sciences in Dieburg was integrated and has since been developed into Darmstadt's Media Campus.
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