The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) - in Iserlohn, Berlin, Hamburg and on our new UE Innovation Hub - educates the designers and decision-makers of tomorrow in the fields of Business, Sports, Media and Event and Art & Design. Our university promotes the future-oriented development of skills and interdisciplinary teaching formats in step with actual practice and according to the highest international standards. Through the interaction between creative, entrepreneurial and digital thinking, as well as an international perspective, the various fields of study mutually enrich each other and offer new approaches in teaching and research tailored to the requirements of Job Market 4.0. Our globally oriented programmes will give you the chance to learn in an international class through cross-border lectures as well as global projects. Bring your cultural skills to the next level by studying with students from over ninety countries. Our experienced lecturers have access to the newest teaching content, virtual teaching facilities and research from our university network, thus keeping you up to date in your chosen field. This will help you gain the competitive advantage you need. You will gain valuable practical experience through the many projects with our corporate partners from the worlds of business, media, politics, NGOs, the arts and culture. You will benefit from the interdisciplinary cooperation of all faculties too. During your studies, you will continue to enjoy the merits of our well-established, informal study environment: small classes and experienced lecturers with many years of expertise will help you to achieve optimal learning success.A vocational university is an institution of higher education and sometimes research that provides vocational education and grants academic degrees. In some countries, a vocational university more precisely grants professional degrees like professional bachelor's degree, professional master's degree and professional doctorates. The term is not officially used in many countries and an assignment to a certain type of university in a certain country's educational system is therefore difficult. The UK once had a very extensive vocational university sector with its polytechnic system dating back to the mid-19th century. Vocational universities are often regulated and funded differently (for example, by the local government rather than the state) from research-focused universities, and the degrees granted are not necessarily interchangeable.The education at vocational universities combines teaching of both practical skills and theoretical expertise. It can be contrasted with education in a usually broader scientific field, which may concentrate on theory and abstract conceptual knowledge. There is also the historical background that an educational institution was called a university in the Middle Ages only if a certain classical canon of subjects was taught (typically including philosophy, medicine and theology). In modern times, other subjects, namely natural and engineering sciences, became more important, but institutions of tertiary education focusing on these subjects and not offering the classical canon have until recently or are still denied the prestigious denomination "university" in all countries. They had to use other, more general terms (which in many languages are false friends of the English term "high school", sometimes with modifiers), including Fachhochschule in German, Haute École in French (Belgium and Switzerland), Hogeschool in Dutch, Høyskole in Norwegian, Scuola universitaria professionale in Italian, etc.There are different varieties, including vocational universities of applied sciences (also named polytechnics or institutes of technology), vocational universities of liberal arts, etc. In recent years, many vocational universities have received full university status, such as the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, formerly Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien), or the Örebro University, Sweden (formerly Örebro Högskola). There are also some establishments which now have full university status but continue to use their former names, such as the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
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