Owing to an excellent professor-to-student ratio, Chemnitz University of Technology (CUT) ranks among the top five universities in Germany with respect to the quality of teaching. This high staff/student ratio allows for more individual attention to be given to students, better enabling them to meet specific academic needs, and enjoy shorter course completion times than in most other German universities.
By receiving the spirit of globalisation enthusiastically, CUT has shown that it truly lives up to the tradition of innovation of the city of Chemnitz and its educational institutions. The university has adapted to market demands by introducing international degree courses and extended international student exchange programmes in order to satisfy the wishes of the growing international community.
Career prospects for Chemnitz graduates are among the best in Germany. The strong research profile of the university allows students to work with up-to-date equipment and methods. In addition, strong links with companies such as Siemens, Volkswagen, AMD, Infineon, and banks like Commerzbank - all of which have major centres in the Chemnitz area - enhance future employment opportunities.
Millions of Euros have been invested in Chemnitz University of Technology in recent years, both by the government and through research projects funded by industry, making it one of the most modern research-based universities in Germany. The computing resources are one of the best in Germany, and the research equipment is continually being updated and expanded. In addition to this, the university has been recognised as having one of the best designed campuses.