Bauhaus University, Weimar
The Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany is a renowned institution for design and architecture education. Founded in 1960, the university is a successor to the famous Bauhaus school of art, design and architecture, which was established in 1919 and closed in 1933. The university’s curriculum focuses on design, architecture, media and art, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary studies and research. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as PhD programs in various fields. The Bauhaus University is known for its strong emphasis on innovation, experimentation, and collaboration, and for its outstanding faculty, who are active professionals in their respective fields. With a diverse student body and a wealth of opportunities for international exchange and collaboration, the Bauhaus University is a highly sought-after institution for students looking to study in the field of design, architecture, media and art.
- Country Germany
- Degrees Awarded Bachelor's Degree