University of Applied Sciences Potsdam – interdisciplinary & familiar
The University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP) was founded in 1991 and is located in the north of Potsdam. The range of subjects includes information science, engineering, socio-cultural and design courses. In addition, there is a broad portfolio of transfer and continuing education programs. As an employer, the university offers attractive employment opportunities and development prospects.
Departments & Degree Programs of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Social and Educational Sciences
Department 1 was the first department at University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and is also the largest department with approximately 1,000 students.
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The different courses of study and focal points of Department 2 are interlinked by a cultural and (cultural) design claim.
Faculty 3 has been training young people as civil engineers for 25 years and has seven laboratories that are used for research and study.
Department 4 is characterized by the close integration of its interface, communication and product design and European media studies programs.
Department 5 is known for its study concept of partially integrative training of archivists, librarians and documentalists - also called the "Potsdam Model".
Find out more about our more than 30 bachelor's and master's degree programs and the various study options – from full-time face-to-face studies to dual degree programs and part-time programs.
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Call for Applications: Master Childhood Studies and Children's Rights
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to study Childhood Studies and Children's Rights in an international and interdisciplinary environment. Applications are open until 15 May!
Successful conclusion of the Summer School in Bukhara with final presentations
After almost two weeks in Uzbekistan with documentation work in the Medrese Kukeldash in Bukhara, the Summer School 2022 ended successfully with presentations of the interdisciplinary working groups.
Successful start of the German-Uzbek Summer School 2022 in Bukhara
From 12 - 23.09.2022 a German-Uzbek Summer School in the project "Interdisciplinary at the Monument - Transfer, innovative methods and research-based learning in practical projects for the preservation of the cultural heritage of Uzbekistan" will take place at the Kukeldash Mederese in Bukhara.
Students from the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt develop the exhibition "Von Sinnen. Multisensorische Erkundungen der Stadt".
Over the course of a semester, students of arts management and cultural work and communication and industrial design developed formats for a multisensory exhibition. The results will be presented in the project room 207 m² of the Berlinische Galerie from July 22.