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HAW Hamburg, Manchester Metropolitan University, HU Utrecht, Turku UAS and Universitat Polytècnica de València, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University and the University of Debrecen. CARPE is the first European consortium of universities of applied sciences and a strategic alliance for applied research and professional education.

CARPE - the Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education was founded in 2011 by Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg), HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Turku University of Applied Sciences and Universitat Polytècnica de València. Manchester Metropolitan University (member from 2012 - 2018), Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University became a partner in 2013 and the University of Debrecen joined in 2017. 

All members are universities of applied sciences with a focus on their students’ future world of work. Research and education is demand-driven and contribute to innovation in industry. CARPE universities have strong links with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as with large companies, with local and regional governments and with the public sector. All embrace the themes of entrepreneurship, social responsibility, sustainability and internationalisation and excel in providing added value to the regions they belong to. 

Globalisation is a strong trend that offers new opportunities and students at CARPE universities are prepared for the rapidly developing global world as the international perspective is an essential part of the educational and research programmes.  CARPE Website

CARPE Steering Committee Member for the HAW Hamburg

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Netzel
Vizepräsident für Forschung, Transfer und Internationales
Berliner Tor 5
20099 Hamburg
T +49.40.428 75-9004

CARPE Steering Committee Support Group Member for the HAW Hamburg

Kathrin Rath
Forschung & Transfer
CARPE Support Group Member & Koordination Forschung International im International Office
Steindamm 103
20099 Hamburg
Raum 15
T +49.40.428 75-9897

Letzte Änderung: 28.06.18

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