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REM International - Master of Science

Student Representatives

About us

We are a group of up to 5 students of the ITT master programs at the ITT, democratically elected and responsible for the student’s representation towards the institute board. Our main task is to be the voice of the students and communicate our opinions regarding lectures, contents, schedule, exams and professors among others in order to improve the master programs not just for our benefit but for future generations. Our team attends meetings called, makes decisions that seek the welfare of the student community and communicates the important results of these meetings.

On the other hand we organize some parties to bring everyone together and additional courses that may be of interest to the students.

As a team we appreciate the support of students and professors. Our tasks would not have significant impacts if not everyone is interested in improving our program.  So please let us know at any time if you have a problem, if you have constructive criticism or if you have good comments regarding our master programs at the ITT.  We are there for you!!!

Contact Information:

Technische Hochschule Köln – Deutz
Betzdorfer Straße 2
50679 Cologne, Germany
Room ZO 4-13

E-Mail: fachschaft(at)itt.th-koeln.de

Office Time: Send us and e-mail and we can arrange a meeting!

Q&A Chat – February 15, 2023

For international applicants

When: February 15, 2023
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Time Zone: German time

We invite you to join our Zoom Chat for a Questions & Answers session addressing potential international applicants.

Target group: Foreign applicants with a non-German bachelor degree, who wish to apply by March 31, 2023 to one of the three Master Programs (REM, NRM or IWRM).

You will be able to enter the Zoom chat room via the following link:

https://th-koeln.zoom.us/j/84773785402
Meeting ID: 847 7378 5402
Passcode: ITTadvice

In advance, you can test your system (camera and microphone) here: https://zoom.us/test

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