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The Corporate Partnerships Team at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) is the first point of contact for business partners who want to develop strategic and sustainable relationships with our university, programmes and students.
The team works with you as a business partner and develops comprehensive, meaningful and strategic opportunities in the areas of research and innovation. We are cooperating with companies of all sizes and therefore want to understand your needs and goals to connect you with the right staff, programmes and students.
We want to work with you to overcome your challenges by identifying the right talent. Our aim is to ensure the long-term success of your business through the right training as well as retaining your existing employees. Education will play an even greater role in finding and retaining talents and experienced employees in the future.
In line with its interdisciplinary concept, University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) relies on collaboration with renowned corporations and institutions. In this way, our students profit from cooperating partners who, for instance, are specialized in spatial communication solutions, media presentations in spaces, or 3D applications.
A practical approach based on working together on projects: This is one of the core principles of University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE). The cooperative arrangements in place with our partners create synergies for both parties – students and firms.
We help our partners finding strategic partnerships to connect with UE's 3,500+ students, 30+ study programmes and alumni across our four campuses in Germany.
We can advise you on strategic attributions, sponsorship activities, and scholarship opportunities. We also help you to identify opportunities to commercialize and license intellectual property to drive innovation.
Career Service at UE
Our Career Service will help you to build a talent pipeline, through on-campus recruitment activities and events, as well as via internships and scholarship schemes.
We work with our partners to develop professional growth and educational opportunities for your applicants, talents and employees. Together we are offering numerous upskilling courses across a broad range of professional areas.
We help develop talent pipelines that meet your hiring needs for internships, student helpers and graduate schemes.
Career Service Support
Our Career Service supports you creating employer branding activities as well as recruiting students and young professionals. We are happy to design practical presentations and projects, workshops, mentoring, excursions and recruiting events according to your needs - or involve you to existing formats.
A partnership with the University of Europe for Applied Sciences also provides an access to our alumni network and our large pool of knowledgeable professors, lecturers and staff.
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We are open for conversation
Contact us or make an appointment with one of our experts. We can advise you on possible partnerships with the UE or Global University Systems – tailored to your needs and goals.
We adjust to your needs
Together with our product experts and academic members of staff we can develop existing programmes or – in collaboration with you – develop and accredit customized, innovative study and sustainable new courses.
We offer upskill training
In addition, our dual programmes help us to support the development of new talents or upskill your senior level employers through our international MBA or Master’s programmes.
We offer collaborations
We are also offering the opportunity to collaborate with Global University Systems (GUS), one of the largest global education providers.
Our Career Service
Become a part of the exclusive career portal of UE – Jobteaser. Present yourself and your brand as a potential employer to all our students and large alumni network across all UE locations.
Step 1: Create a company profile
Step 2: Publish as many job offers as you like
Get in touch with the team
You have questions - we provide answers!
You can speak to us about a broad range of topics - whether you have a complex research problem, you’re developing a new product, recruiting professionals, presenting your brand at an UE event, exploring fundraising opportunities, looking for professional development or just have a question about UE or our study programmes.
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Mirjam Honisch, Key Account Manager Corporate Partnership
Key Account Manager Corporate Partnership since August 2021
Mirjam studied Adult Education with a focus on German as a Foreign Language at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and completed an additional qualification in Marketing & Sales after several years abroad. She has 15 years of experience in higher education, most recently as Key Account Manager for Carl Duisberg Centren in Berlin. Before returning to the education industry, she made a detour as Sales Manager in the hotel industry.
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Our corporate partners
Find out about the organizations and companies we at University of Europe for Applied Sciences work with!
3D Innovation Center
The 3D Innovation Center at Frauernhofer Heinrich-Hertz Institute in Berlin offers a common, precompetitive platform to all players who do research and work in 3D production, 3D contents and 3D distribution. The aim is to exchange views, socialize, test products together and present them to different target groups. This way new synergies are created in product development, in marketing and sales as well as in positioning of new 3D ideas.
3D lab at TU Berlin
The 3D lab at the Technical University Berlin is the ideal place for BTK students who have heard or read of rapid prototyping, 3D digitalization and similar, but who have never seen or used the machines for these before. It is also ideal if you who would like to speed up processes in product development, or research new ways to do so. TU Berlin’s 3D lab develops new types of visualization of three-dimensional content or objects for product development and presentation. BTK’s students can also receive support in generating a three-dimensional dataset for a real object, among others.
Since February 2016 BTK with its study programme Game Design has been member of BIU.Dev & BIU.Net, the German Trade Association of Interactive Entertainment Software based in Berlin. With BIU.Net, BIU offers a network platform with the aim of better networking all members of the German computer and video game sector and supporting the interchange of all players. We are glad to be part of it and to shape the future of the gaming location Germany.
Center for Computer Games Research
Computer games are the new mass media of our present day. The scientific studies of this medium, however, are still in their early stages, especially in Germany. Founded in 2008, the research center at the University of Potsdam is laying the foundation for research in this field. DIGAREC is a pool of interdisciplinary researchers, who bring together the knowledge and resources of its members in order to use these productively. With subjects in Media Science, Pedagogy, Psychology, Design, Media Rights, Computer Science, and Culture History, unique synergies are made possible and can optimally unfold at the center.
Since 2012, BTK has been a collaborating partner of dpa-inforgrafik for the annual dpa-infografik award. This award honors graphical artists whose work stands out in design and content; is vivid, easy to understand, and aesthetically appealing. Professor Thomas Noller is a member of the jury, and the awards ceremony has taken place at BTK’s campus in Berlin since 2013.
Fab Lab Berlin
Fab Lab Berlin is an open digital fabrication studio where you can learn how to use 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers, design software, and electronics to make nearly anything you want, such as models and prototypes. We are part of the international Fab Lab network and offer access to a professional DIY studio. We offer BTK the chance to use our infrastructure for individual study projects and joint beginners and advanced prototyping workshops. We also offer a 15% discount on our workshops and machine usage (e.g. laser cutting or 3D printing) to all BTK students.
Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute
The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute Interactive Media – Human Factors supports students of BTK with numerous innovative solutions in the area of interactive media technology. Many successful projects have meanwhile created a strong basis of hardware and software components that can be deployed in new solutions.
Virtual reality is an important tool for product development and presentation today. That’s why, in 2001, the Lab for Virtual Reality was launched. At this center for excellence, innovative basic technologies – such as projection-based 3D visualizations, 3D interaction technology, haptic interactive solutions, or applications in the traditional fields of CAD and CAS – are developed further. What’s more, new virtual reality applications in the areas of fly- and walk-through for technology and architecture, assembly and disassembly, coaching platforms, prototype development, as well as telepresent machine control are generated.
KREUZBÄR combines a refreshing drink of the 20th century with todays elixir of life: Fassbrause with caffeine. That’s how they bring back a typical Berlin speciality, brewed according to the original recipe from 1908. The result is a down-to-earth and not too sweet alternative to the fancy drinks on the market.
Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
Established in 1982, the German Technology Museum continues Berlin’s long tradition of collecting numerous historical technology exhibits, which have called the city home for over 120 years and have found a new home here. At BTK, for the permanent exhibition “Pills and Pipettes”, students generated a 3D animation. Nine students, under the direction of Achim Bahr, continually worked on this project over the course of three semesters; the five-minute animation is shown at the central area of the exhibition on an autostereoscopic 3D display, which does not require 3D glasses. Likewise, an interactive exhibit piece was created by Digital & Interaction Design students at BTK; it enables visitors to create their own colorful display of fireworks.
Welcome Center Germany
Welcome Center Germany is established with the core mission of helping people make an effortless move to the country. This information site aims to reduce the challenges of relocating to Germany by providing an excellent guidance to apply for a visa in Germany along with the best practices to get enrolled for German health insurance. Beyond these essential topics the site also gives great insights for expats to issues like housing and rentals in Germany or taxation as well as useful ideas for higher education in Germany. Welcome Center Germany has become the number one page designed for expats in Germany.
Between a large selection of evening dresses, everyone will find the perfect dress for the most important day at the end of school. With personal advice in-store, deinBallkleid makes the prom experience special from the moment you choose your dress. The highlight is that each dress is only sold once per color and prom. A unique appearance is guaranteed. www.deinballkleid.de
Abiconnection realizes the perfect prom! Between exams and all stress, organizing such a big event can be stressful. Abiconnection will help you find the right location and plan and organize the entire prom. We guarantee an unforgettable evening. www.abiconnection.net
Learn more about what we do to support both the idustry and the academic area. Attend our events, webinars and key note speaker rounds. This will allow you to explore partnership opportunities and learn more about how our partners are working with the UE Community. Thus, bringing us closer to our overarching goal.
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