Stuttgart Technology University of Applied Sciences

The Stuttgart Technology University of Applied Sciences – Hochschule für Technik (German: Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart, HFT Stuttgart) is one of ten institutes for higher education in Stuttgart. It was founded in 1832 as a school for construction craftsmen (Winterschule für Bauhandwerker) and was inaugurated as a University of Applied Sciences in 1971.

Stuttgart Technology University of Applied Sciences
Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart
PrincipalRainer Franke
Students3.800 (Winter Semester 2013/2014)
Location, ,

The campus is located in downtown Stuttgart.

Faculties and programmes

There are three faculties offering the following programmes:

  • Faculty of Architecture and Design:
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering, Building Physics and Business Management
    • Building Physics (Bachelor)
    • Building Physics and Business Management (Bachelor)
    • Business Management (Bachelor)
    • Business Psychology (Bachelor)
    • Civil Engineering (Bachelor)
    • Civil Engineering / Tunnel Building (Master)
    • Environmental Protection (Master)
    • General Management (Master)
    • Infrastructure Management (Bachelor)
    • Structural Engineering (Master)
    • Sustainable Energy Competence (Master)
  • Faculty of Geomatics, Computer Science and Mathematics
    • Computer Science (Bachelor)
    • Information Logistics (Bachelor)
    • Management Information Systems (Bachelor)
    • Mathematics (Bachelor and Master)
    • Surveying and Geoinformatics (Bachelor)
    • Surveying (Master)
    • Software Technology (Master)
    • Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics (Master)


As part of the FH-Impuls project i_city, which is funded by the Federal_Ministry_of_Education_and_Research_(Germany), an explorative project on smart public buildings has been started in October 2017. As the project is based on openHAB, the HFT Stuttgart became a member of the openHAB foundation[1] and also regularly hosts meetings and conferences about openHAB and related smart home topics.


  1. "openHAB foundation - HFT Stuttgart". Retrieved 24 October 2018.

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