These varied School for a Day offerings for school-age children and youth are bundled in the University of Stuttgart’s Child Development Research Campus. They are tailored to different age groups that range from the first grade to the final school year. Nearly the entire discipline spectrum of the University is represented – be it by natural sciences like physics, chemistry, by mathematics or engineering sciences like mechanical engineering, by construction and environmental engineering, computer scinece, electronics and process technology.
Through these projects, the University of Stuttgart supports the course offerings of local schools. Many of our offerings provide teaching materials for classroom instruction, and the Fehling Lab, for example, also features continuing education for teachers.
Also centered in the Child Development Research Campus are numerous cooperative offerings with facilities outside the university, such as with AEROSPACE LAB, child development research laboratories, or the Fraunhofer Society.
BOGY internships at the University of Stuttgart
As part of career and studies orientation at general education high schools in Baden-Wuerttemberg, the University also offers pupils a chance for a Career Orientation at High Schools (German acronym: BOGY) internship.
Early admission for gifted pupils
With this program, the University of Stuttgart aims to give select pupils the chance to grow into studies starting earlier than usual, to find out about their future place of learning, and to make it easier to embark on their studies later on.