The German University Construction Award is presented every two years by the University Foundation with the Eberhard-Schöck-Stiftung providing the prize money. This year, the first prize went to Zeppelin University, a private university in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Luebeck University and Stuttgart Media University were runners-up. The Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning is the patron […]
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The Higher Vocational School for Building and Design in Kiev, Ukraine, our partner in the model project to modernize painter training, is making good use of the newly equipped workshops and their new knowledge to further international collaboration. During a project-related visit by board member Peter Moeller, vocational school principals from Warsaw, Poland and the […]
In addition to the Schöck Award for Innovation in Building and Construction (Schöck-Bau-Innovationspreis), which was presented on February 19 (see this video with this year’s award recipients), Ulm also hosted the presentation of the award for up-and-coming precast concrete parts makers (Nachwuchspreis Betonbauteile). This award was created in 2017 and is presented to the best […]
Three apprentice painters from the Ural College of Technology and Entrepreneurship in Russia had the opportunity to participate in a weeklong preparation course for aspiring Master Painters through the school’s exchange partnership with the vocational painters‘ school in Lahr, Germany (Badische Malerfachschule Lahr, BAMALA. During the one-week workshop, the students were tasked with processing a […]
Congratulations! Caecilia Karge, Dipl.-Ing., TU Dresden, Patrick Eble, M. Sc. , KIT and Henrik Matz, M. Sc., TU Braunschweig are the recipients of this year’s award for their outstanding final projects and theses. The awards will be formally presented at a ceremony on February 19, 2018 in Ulm, Germany.