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Bundeswehr University Munich

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Profile

The Bundeswehr University Munich was founded in 1973 to provide officers and officer candidates with a sound scientific education. However, it also offers civilian students with the opportunity to pursue studies under certain conditions. There are currently 3,500 students enrolled at the university. Ten faculties offer 17 Bachelor’s and 20 Master’s degree courses. All degrees are state-recognised and equivalent to those of the state universities. A trimester system each consisting of three-monthly lecture periods, enables students to obtain a Bachelor’s degree within three years and a Master’s degree within four years. The range of subjects is consistently adapted to ongoing developments in society, the economy and the university landscape.

The Bundeswehr University Munich is internationally positioned and networked. It maintains university partnerships with over 70 internationally renowned research universities and institutes worldwide. The regional focus is on Europe, the USA and Latin America. The International Office enables students to participate in a number of exchange programmes that are exempt from tuition fees. Approximately eight per cent of the university’s students and visiting researchers are currently from overseas.

The Bundeswehr University Munich affords its scientists broad working and cooperation opportunities in basic and applied research. As a member of numerous research associations and through cooperation with other universities, it is integrated and recognised in the national and international research landscape. The excellent research conditions make it possible to appoint internationally renowned scientists to Neubiberg. This is positively reflected in the topicality and quality of the teaching. Just like every state university, the Bundeswehr University Munich trains early career researchers and leads them to doctoral and post-doctoral qualifications.

President

Prof. Dr. Merith Niehuss

Prof. Dr. Merith Niehuss

The university is a member of the following BayWISS Joint Academic Partnerships:

Mobility and Transport

Economy

Communication & Media

Digitalisation

Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development

Professors

Currently 11 professors of Bundeswehr University Munich are active members in our Joint Academic Partnerships and Working Groups.

Prof. Dr. Ing. Thomas Braml

Prof. Dr. Ing. Thomas Braml

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Silja Hoffmann

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Silja Hoffmann

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Mobility and Transport
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Jacoby

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Jacoby

Bundeswehr University Munich

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Stephan Kaiser

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Stephan Kaiser

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Economy

Prof. Dr. Christoph Kutter

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Prof. Dr. Norbert Oswald

Prof. Dr. Norbert Oswald

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Digitalisation
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schaum

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schaum

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Prof. Dr. Annika Sehl

Prof. Dr. Annika Sehl

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Communication & Media
Prof. Dr. Ing. Geralt Siebert

Prof. Dr. Ing. Geralt Siebert

Bundeswehr University Munich

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Christian Thienel

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Christian Thienel

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development

Prof. Dr. Natascha Zowislo-Grünewald

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Communication & Media

Doctoral Candidates

Currently 10 doctoral candidates are being supervised at Bundeswehr University Munich as part of our cooperative model "Verbundpromotion".

MSE Johannes Blattenberger

MSE Johannes Blattenberger

Landshut University of Applied Sciences

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Maximilian Eder

Maximilian Eder

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Communication & Media
M.Eng. Ulli Heinlein

M.Eng. Ulli Heinlein

Nuremberg Institute of Technology

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Msc. Johannes Ludwig

Msc. Johannes Ludwig

Nuremberg Institute of Technology

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
Andreas Paulweber

Andreas Paulweber

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Communication & Media
M.Eng. Toni Pollner

M.Eng. Toni Pollner

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
M. Eng. Fabian Rang

M. Eng. Fabian Rang

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development
M.Eng. Andre Strotmann

M.Eng. Andre Strotmann

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development

Thorsten Vellmerk

Bundeswehr University Munich

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Communication & Media
M. Sc. Benjamin Wolf

M. Sc. Benjamin Wolf

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Member of Joint Academic Partnership:
Infrastructure, Building and Urban Development

Alumni

Zentrale Stellen, Service und Beratung

Academic Life Long Learning

campus advanced studies center (casc)

Bundeswehr University Munich

Wir, das campus advanced studies center, sind das universitätsinterne Institut für wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung der Universität der Bundeswehr München. Seit 2008 entwickeln wir gemeinsam mit Professorinnen und Professoren unserer Universität und renommierten Kooperationspartnern attraktive Programme, die auf der Basis der aktuellen Forschung eine praxisnahe wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung eröffnen. Damit sind wir neben Forschung und Lehre das dritte Standbein und bilden die Schnittstelle zwischen Bundeswehr, Industrie und Weiterbildung.

Wir bieten akademisch hochwertige und innovative Weiterbildungsprogramme für

_Fach- und Führungskräfte aus Industrie und Wirtschaft
_ausscheidende Zeitoffiziere und -soldaten sowie
_Fach- und Führungskräfte in Behörden auf Bundes-, Landes- und kommunaler Ebene.

Unsere Angebote richten sich gezielt an Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer, die Berufstätigkeit und praxisnahe wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung verknüpfen wollen.

Mit unseren maßgeschneiderten und berufsbegleitenden Programmen können Sie Ihre Qualifikationen gezielt weiterentwickeln und Ihre erworbenen Kompetenzen direkt in den Berufsalltag einfließen lassen.

Contact Person
Dr. Nicol Matzner-Vogel

Telephone: +49 89 60044530

Promotionsberatung für Studierende und Absolvent*innen an der Bundeswehr University Munich

Contact Person
Elzbieta Hamerski

Telephone: +49 89 - 60042016

Address

Universität der Bundeswehr München
Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39
85577 Neubiberg

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