University of the Future
Practice- and application-oriented, we keep our finger on the pulse of time.
As one of the ten largest universities of applied sciences in Germany, Fachhochschule Dortmund offers an excellent infrastructure with diverse laboratories and lecture halls. We aim to provide academic education to young people through quality of our teaching, personal support and an open-minded approach, to guide them while they develop their potential and to make them Future Makers of tomorrow.
The world is constantly changing and so does Fachhochschule Dortmund. Strategic planning and the ability to continuously adapt are therefore the key to success. Based on the four focus topics Digital Transformation, Internationalization, Project Orientation and Social Responsibility, Fachhochschule Dortmund is developing a future version of itself. As a dynamic process that constantly adapts to what is ahead and what is to come in the future.
Our main focus is the well-being and satisfaction of our Future Makers.
We will show you perspectives !
After all, our employees are the foundation that makes our Fachhochschule Dortmund what it is - a place that creates knowledge and a place where we can shape the future together.
Appreciation and collegial interaction form the basis of our working environment at Fachhochschule Dortmund - University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
We challenge and support
We focus on initiative and commitment. For that, we provide a scope for development and support. This starts on your first day of work: you will receive an introduction, will be integrated promptly and extensively supported in your personal growth. Experienced and new staff members learn from each other and benefit from exchange of experiences.
We are good at working together. At Fachhochschule Dortmund, teachers and students cooperate constructively as equals, and so do our staff members and their superiors. The good working atmosphere at our University is characterized by mutual trust.
Living equal opportunities
WWe are driven by international and cultural diversity. We regard gender equality and equal opportunities as a central responsibility of our University. We are striving to increase the percentage of female staff members and are looking forward to applications from female candidates. The tendered positions can be generally split among two employees. Furthermore, in accordance with Section 2 of the German Social Code (SGB IX), severely disabled persons and persons with equivalent status receive preference in the application process, provided they meet the essential qualifications.
Assuming social responsibilities
We bear social responsibility for education and science in our region. According to our principle “we focus on students”, we focus on practical teaching, innovative research and regional collaborations.