The Centre for International Relations and Languages is the interface between the THB and the rest of world and consists of the International Office and the Language Centre. We open up channels for a lively exchange between countries and cultures, through numerous programmes events and new types of collaboration, both here and abroad. We support internationally interested people who want to study at the THB and guide them through their studies. We focus on THB students, scientists, teachers and staff members who want to discover new horizons and develop new perspectives.
The International Office builds and maintains cooperation with international partners. We assist outgoing students in the application process, advise them on financing options and help with formalities. We also inform incoming students about the courses on offer and campus life at the THB and life in Brandenburg. Foreign students are supported during the application process and their studies and a special counselling centre is set up for refugees to respond to specific challenges.
The Language Centre offers courses in English and German as a foreign language, as well as courses for conversation and culture in various languages. It provides the required language skills and intercultural competences for successful study and a basis for a positive international experience. We establish contacts for tandems which promote cultural exchanges and learning from each other.
We are promoting the internationalisation of the THB together with the faculties and the university administration, through cooperation with new partners, internationally oriented curricula and with a constant focus on cosmopolitanism, tolerance and interculturalism.
The Language Centre offers courses in English and German as a foreign language, as well as conversation and culture in various languages. It provides the required language skills and intercultural competences for successful study and a basis for a positive international experience. We establish contacts for tandems and promote cultural exchange and learning from each other.
We are promoting the internationalisation of the THB together with the faculties and the university administration, through new cooperation, internationally oriented curricula and with a constant focus on cosmopolitanism, tolerance and interculturalism.
The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Transfer of the THB is the interface between science and industry. We intensively communicate and promote all forms of cooperation between the university and companies in the region. We focus on the transfer of technology and knowledge, on company foundations and successions as well as on social transfer. For this, we have established three contact points in the northwest of the state of Brandenburg with Prignitz as our presence in Neuruppin, Pritzwalk and Wittenberge.
Our task is to make the university's expertise accessible to the region. The regional economy is our particular focus, which should be strengthened by the cooperation in their innovation and competitiveness. We organise the dialogue between the partners to this end.
There are many cooperation options to choose from. Whether for consulting, joint research projects, the use of THB infrastructure or the processing of patents: The route to be taken is decided together with the participants. A competent team with many years of specific professional and project experience is available to make the initiation and project realisation successful.
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The Centre for Dual Studies and Recognition of Prior Learning advises on issues on recognition of professional qualifications, education and training and further education, and the opportunities of studying without a higher education entrance qualification. The centre also promotes and supports the departments in the development, introduction and implementation of dual and career-integrated study formats as well as certificate courses in the Department of Business and Management.
What we offer you
• Advice on studying without a higher education entrance qualification
• Advice on dual studies
• Advice on part-time degree courses
• Advice on the conceptual design of career-integrated and dual study formats
• Partnerships with companies for the dual study format
• Advice and information on crediting non-university acquired competences (individual and blanket crediting)
Our university offers several dual study formats. A dual degree course is a fully recognised degree course. It combines scientific university study with intensive practical phases or parallel vocational training.
At the THB, students attend regular lectures at the university, spend their lecture-free period (seven weeks per semester) in the partner company and work together with their partner companies in certain practice-oriented modules of their study course. On average, the dual degree course lasts 3 - 4.5 years.
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Under the slogan "We make careers", the Centre for Studying, Careers and Marketing provides numerous information and services for prospective students, current students and alumni. This makes it an important interface between school, university and economy. With the Careers Service, alumni work and the university marketing, the Centre for Studying, Careers and Marketing presents a reliable offer for acquisition and networking with schools and companies. Our core competences are based on designing and implementing consultations, workshops and seminars, ranging from the study orientation over successful studies up to the job entry.
What we offer students and alumni
Get in touch with us personally and arrange an individual consultation. You can reach us on weekdays at email@example.com. Or firmly join our free seminars at zskm.th-brandenburg.de/studierende/seminarprogramm/.
What we offer companies
Are you interested in our students and projects or would like to commit to a sustainable partnership with the THB? Please contact us at careers(at)th-brandenburg.de