- RWTH Aachen University
RWTH Aachen University
The Ọkasị Initiative nke German gọọmenti etiti na onodu ọchịchị nyere a nnukwu agbam ume ka n'ihu
mmepe nke RWTH Aachen University. The institutional atụmatụ nke ọma Ọkasị Initiative ngwa dabeere nwere, ma ugbu a, e gbasaa na-etolite a ogologo oge atụmatụ iji ike nile ebe nke University na ha kakwuo mma profaịlụ. Na usoro ya nweela oké ọkụ, nke a pụrụ hụrụ, ihe ndị ọzọ, na ọtụtụ ụlọ eme.
Anya na-egosi nke a bụ RWTH Aachen Campus nke a na-mepụtara na imekọ ihe ọnụ dị na ụlọ ọrụ na nke bụ na-etolite otu n'ime ndị kasị ibu research campuses na Europe. Ụmụ akwụkwọ na ọrụ nke RWTH Aachen ga-erite uru dokwara si omume ndị a na na-expressly kpọrọ etinye aka n'ịkpụzi onye atumatu.
The ọtụtụ na-akpali akpali echiche na-ama nwere mmetụta na dum obodo mepere emepe na mpaghara nke Aachen na dum oria-ókè-ala ebe nke Germany, Belgium na Netherlands. Otutu ihe ọmụma obodo na-evolving na chiri anya networked na ụfọdụ nke ụwa si eduga nnyocha na ụlọ ọrụ ndị mmekọ.
RWTH Aachen bụ isi na-anya ụgbọ akpali a development. na Aachen, dị ka a liveable na-akpali ịhụnanya obodo dị crossroads nke atọ omenala, -enye onye na mma ebe a kee ihe usoro mmepe.
na ya 260 institutes na itoolu ikike iche, RWTH Aachen bụ n'etiti ndị na-eduga European ọkà mmụta sayensị na-eme nnyocha oru. 43,721 ụmụ akwụkwọ na 152 ọmụmụ nke ọmụmụ na-aha maka oyi ọkara afọ agụmakwụkwọ nke 2015/16, na nsonye 7,904 mba ụmụ akwụkwọ si 125 mba. -Ezi na RWTH Aachen bụ mbụ ngwa na-abara. Gụsịrị akwụkwọ na ya na-Ya mere chọọ-mgbe dị ka keobere uloru na ndị ndú ahịa, ụlọ ọrụ.
National rankings (nke) na mba na nnwale gosiri na ndị RWTH agụsị akwụkwọ n'ọkpụite-enwe ike ịnagide mgbagwoju aga-eme, na-edozi nsogbu constructively na otu ọrụ na-na-edu ndú n'ọrụ. Ọ bụ ya mere bụghị ihe ijuanya na ọtụtụ osisi ndị òtù nke German ụlọ ọrụ dị iche iche na-amụ na RWTH Aachen.
RWTH Aachen emenịm maka onwe ya n'ụzọ doro anya ihe mgbarụ ọsọ. -Erule afọ 2020, ya Aims na-kacha mma German University of technology na otu n'ime ise ndị ahụ kasị na Europe dị ka tùa site agụmakwụkwọ mmepụta, site na àgwà nke ya na-agụsị akwụkwọ, na site mpụga ego. Ọ na-agbalịsi ike ịbụ a na-eduga player ke interdisciplinary nnukwu-ọnụ ọgụgụ nyocha oru ngo. Ọ Aims na-otu mba dị mahadum na-adịgide adịgide mma na nnyocha na izi na-azụ ndị pụtara ìhè ọmụmụ ha na mma-ruru eru na-eto eto isi n'ihi na ụlọ ọrụ na-eme n'ebe ma ndị mba na mba na-ekwu.
Na nke a buu na mgbagwoju usoro nke reorientation, RWTH Aachen na-ahụ ya dị ka a mahadum mgbe ndị niile dị iche iche ifịk ifịk eme ka a na-adịgide adịgide na-emeghe nkwurịta okwu omenala. All ndị òtù nke mahadum, gụnyere ụmụ akwụkwọ, nkwa-akwado a nkwonkwo elu-arụmọrụ omenala: mpi Ẹda dị ka a constructive akụkụ nke agụmakwụkwọ ndụ. RWTH Aachen-ewere ya kee ihe omenala mgbanwe otu ụkpụrụ bụ isi maka ọhụrụ na societal ọganihu.
Schools / Colleges / Departments / ọmụmụ / ikike iche
- Mgbakọ na mwepụ, Computer Science na Natural Sciences
- Mmụta sịvịl injinịa
- Mmụta mekanịkal injinịa
- Georesources and Materials Engineering
- Ọdụdọ Engineering na Ozi Technology
- Arts na Humanities
- School of Business and Economics
on 25 January 1858, prince Frederick William of Prussia (later German emperor), was presented with a donation of 5,000 talers for charity, raised by the Aachener und Münchener Feuer-Versicherungs-Gesellschaft, the precursor of the AachenMünchenerinsurance company. na March, the prince chose to use the donation to found the first Prussian institute of technology somewhere in theRhine province. The seat of the institution remained undecided over years; while the prince initially favored Koblenz, the cities ofAachen, Bonn, Cologne and Düsseldorf also applied, with Aachen and Cologne being the main competitors. Aachen finally won with a financing concept backed by the insurance company and by local banks. Groundbreaking for the new Polytechnikum took place on 15 Ka 1865 and lectures started during the Franco-Prussian War on 10 October 1870 na 223 ụmụ akwụkwọ na 32 nkụzi. The new institution had as its primary purpose the education of engineers, especially for the mining industry in the Ruhr area; there were schools of chemistry, electrical and mechanical engineering as well as an introductory general school that taught mathematicsand natural sciences and some social sciences.
World War I, Otú ọ dị, proved a serious setback for the university. Many students voluntarily joined up and died in the war, and parts of the university were shortly occupied or confiscated.
While the (then no more royal) TH Aachen (Technische Hochschule Aachen) flourished in the 1920s with the introduction of more independent faculties, of several new institutes and of the general students’ committee, the first signs of nationalist radicalization also became visible within the university. The Third Reich’s Gleichschaltung of the TH in 1933 met with relatively low resistance from both students and faculty. Beginning in September 1933, Jewish and (alleged) Communist professors (na site 1937 on also students) were systematically persecuted and excluded from the university. Vacant Chairs were increasingly given to NSDAP party-members or sympathizers. The freedom of research and teaching became severely limited, and institutes important for the regime’s plans were systematically established, and existing chairs promoted. Briefly closed in 1939, the TH continued courses in 1940, although with a low number of students. on 21 October 1944, when Aachen capitulated, karịrị 70% of all buildings of the university were destroyed or heavily damaged.
After World War II ended in 1945 the university recovered and expanded quickly. In the 1950s, many professors who had been removed because of their alleged affiliation with the Nazi party were allowed to return and a multitude of new institutes were founded. By the late 1960s, the TH had 10,000 ụmụ akwụkwọ, making it the foremost of all German technical universities. With the foundation of philosophical and medical faculties in 1965 na 1966, karị, the university became more “eluigwe na ala”. The newly founded faculties in particular began attracting new students, and the number of students almost doubled twice from 1970 (10,000) ka 1980 (karịrị 25,000) na site 1980 ka 1990 (karịrị 37,000). ugbu a, the average number of students is around 42,000, with about one third of all students being women. By relative terms, the most popular study-programs are engineering (57%), natural science (23%), economics and humanities (13%) na nkà mmụta ọgwụ (7%).
na December 2006, RWTH Aachen and the Sultanate of Oman signed an agreement to establish a private German University of Technology in Muscat. Professors from Aachen aided in developing the curricula for the currently five study-programs and scientific staff took over some of the first courses.
na 2007, RWTH Aachen was chosen as one of nine German Universities of Excellence for its future concept RWTH 2020: Meeting Global Challenges, earning it the connotation of being an J.Randall mahadum. Otú ọ dị, although the list of universities honored for their future concepts mostly consists of large and already respected institutions, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research claimed that the initiative aimed at promoting universities with a dedicated future concept so they could continue researching on an international level.Having won funds in all three lines of funding, the process brought RWTH Aachen University an additional total funding of € 180 million from 2007-2011. The other two lines of funding were graduate schools, where the Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science received funding and so-called “clusters of excellence”, where RWTH Aachen managed to win funding for the three clusters: Ultra High-Speed Mobile Information and Communication (UMIC), Integrative Production Technology for High-wage Countries na Tailor-Made Fuels from Biomass
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