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The University of Freiburg, founded in 1457, is one of the oldest universities in Germany and looks back on a long tradition of excellence in teaching and research. Whether in the humanities, the sciences or engineering, Freiburg's students and faculty have made a significant impact on the academic world. The 11th and newest faculty of the university is the Faculty of Engineering which was established in 1995. It comprises the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Microsystems Engineering offering undergraduate and graduate programs to approximately 1, 200 students.

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Freiburg - A Vibrant University City:

Most evenings it becomes clear that this is a college town, with The University of Freiburg (22, 000 students) strongly integrated into the city. Located in southwest Germany at the foothills of the Black Forest, Freiburg benefits from a mild climate and its proximity to France and Switzerland. Freiburg offers Mediterranean style flair, open air cafés, lots of sports activities in the nearby Black Forest and great cultural diversity.

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Situated on a new campus at the edge of Freiburg, both departments feature modern facilities for research and teaching including a cleanroom, electronics, optics and chemistry laboratories, robotics laboratories, facilities for tele-teaching, mobile computer pools for students and an engineering library. The Faculty offers three international Master's programs.

International Master's Degree Programs (2 years):

- Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Computer Science: This program is designed for German and international graduates of a bachelor in computer science program. Although some subjects are taught in German, it is perfectly possible to study the whole programme in English. Therefore, German proficiency is not a pre-requisite for admission.

- Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Embedded Systems Engineering - Taught in English & German: This program is open to graduate students who have obtained a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in computer science, embedded systems, electronic or electrical engineering, physics or in a closely related engineering field.

- Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Microsystems Engineering - Taught in English: This program is designed for highly qualified graduate students holding a Bachelor's degree in engineering or science.

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The American Way of War

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THE AMERICAN WAY OF WAR
By Walden Bello
By Washington's logic, firecrackers should now be going off everywhere, as the counter-terror crusaders zero in on Osama bin Laden's hideout in Tora Bora. However, Europe is cool, there is apprehension throughout the South, and outright despondency blankets much of the Arab and Muslim world.
The reasons are obvious: at least 4000 dead, a large number of them civilians, four million refugees, a return to tribal chaos with the dismemberment of central authority. What bin Laden and his organization did was horrific and inexcusable--but to do this to a country in the name of justice? Once again, the Americans have destroyed the town in order to save it

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