DCAD is located at the 9th floor of Sino German Hi Tech Tower in Heidelberg Germany
A Heidelberg landmark with 21 floors with commanding view of the Rhine Valley;
Training, conference and event floors;
Located at less than a 1 hours driving from Frankfurt International Airport.
HEIDELBERG is a city of science and home to Germany's oldest university (founded in 1386), as well as to numerous other internationally renowned research institutes
and research-based companies. As Germany’s oldest university city, Heidelberg has ten higher education establishments adding up to more than 20% of the city’s total population. Its universities are
also world-beaters: academic staff based here have won no fewer than 56 Nobel prizes. As recently as June 2012, Heidelberg University was again awarded ‘elite establishment’ status under Germany’s
Excellence in Higher Education initiative. An impressive one third of all Heidelbergers have a university qualification.
HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, the oldest university in Germany, sees itself as a research university with a strong international orientation. Besides enhancing its
disciplinary strengths, the University places special emphasis on maintaining the dialogue across traditional subject boundaries. It has twelve faculties with a total of more than 30,000 students and
a research and teaching staff of more than 5,000 scientists - among them 450 professors. Numerous great minds have learned, taught and conducted research at Heidelberg University. The oldest German
university has thus played an important part in shaping science and society since its founding in 1386.
56 Nobel Laureates share a connection with Heidelberg University or the city of Heidelberg. 11 Professors of Heidelberg University have been awarded a Nobel Prize
since the award has been established.