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The Education of Civil Engineers in Germany

The plan of study in Kadsruhe Who is studying civil engineering? To enter university pupils have to attend primary school for 4 years and high school for 9; they therefore come to university at the age of about 19. Most (ca. 70 %) of the students come this way-the rest are studying at special high schools, technical schools and so on. Our university today has about 1100 students of civil engineering, mostly boys. The overall number of students in this subject has dropped in recent years: 5 years ago there were about 180 new students in Karlsruhe each year; now there are ca. 145. Professor Dr. Ing. F. Wenzel