University of Education Karlsruhe

Welcome to Karlsruhe University of Education. With a long tradition as a higher education institution for teacher education, we engage in research and teaching on educational processes at school and outside the classroom. We are fully authorised to confer doctoral and post-doctoral degrees. 

Teach.

More than 3,600 students are supervised by around 220 academic staff members. 

Our range of degree programmes includes programmes in Teacher Education for the primary level and the secondary level I of the German school system, as well as bachelor's and master's programmes for other fields of education.

Our part-time continuing education programmes are developed on the basis of the competencies of our university and with a particular closeness to research. Our certificates of advanced studies (CAS) and master's programmes open up a variety of perspectives for broadening and deepening one's own professional skills and competencies. Our goal is to enable lifelong learning and to open up new fields of occupation and activity.

Live.

At the University of Education Karlsruhe, people from different cultural and religious backgrounds study and work together. Together, we contribute to the university's cosmopolitan atmosphere on campus. International collaboration partners and visiting students promote diversity and encourage intercultural exchange. Friendships are made across borders.

From our green campus featuring a Mensa, sports hall, and university library, it is just a short walk to the city centre or Karlsruhe Palace with its spacious parks and gardens. Home to a total of 43,000 students, the fan-shaped city of Karlsruhe boasts plenty of entertainment options, pubs, and clubs. The city offers a wide range of cultural and sporting activities, and shopping enthusiasts also get their money's worth. The city's location on the Rhine River, on the edge of the Black Forest, and in the immediate vicinity of the French Alsace region gives you plenty of variety and offers practically unlimited opportunities for leisure time activities.

Research.

Our research activities combine educational science, teaching methodology, and subject-specific research.

We explore the foundations of education from early childhood education to school and adult education to geragogics. We are continuously expanding our research activities while at the same time strengthening research in teaching methodology and empirical school and classroom research, in particular.