THM / BliZ

BliZ of Technischen Hochschule Mittelhessen THM supports blind and visually impaired students individually, in all aspects, in all programmes of THM. We offer practice-related disciplines, e.g. Information Science, Logistics, Business Management, Event Management, Architecture, Biotechnology and Healthcare. BliZ graduates are highly employable in the industry, academia, and public administration.

Logo of the Technical University of Central Hesse (THM) and the Centre for Blind and Visually Impaired Students (BliZ)

Contact

Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen – Zentrum für blinde und sehbehinderte Studierende (BliZ)
Wiesenstraße 14
D-35390 Gießen

Tel. +49 641 309 24 55
Fax +49 641 309 29 50
bliz@thm.de
www.thm.de/bliz


Products

Category: Vocational training, training courses

Andreas Deitmer vise director of the BliZ center, and Ali Gürler, employee of the BliZ center, nearby a roll-up of the BliZ with the slogan: "Four steps to an accessible academic degree". Both of them are holding a white stick.

Services for blind and visuallly impaired students
Your are looking for a modern University with practice-oriented programmes, comprehensive special services for blind and visually impaired students, strong international focus, and an attractive environment? Be thrilled by what we have to offer. Visit go.thm.de/bliz-sightcity for more information about our services and events during SightCity 2021.

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Category: Associations, institutions, organisations, societies

side view of a braile display and a keyboard

Services in digital accessibility
The inclusive IT future starts with us. Experienced experts of BliZ provide consulting in digital accessibility to the public sector and the industry. EU Directive 2016/2102 and COVID-19 pandemic have added a strong momentum to IT accessibility. On go.thm.de/bliz-sightcity we provide further information on our services and events during SightCity.

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An employee of the BliZ center feels a 3D-printed THM-building, designed by BliZ. On the table in front of him furthermore 3D-models.

Cooperation with assistive equipment manufacturers
The marketability of new assistive devices is determined by the underlying concept of use. BliZ is home to core competency in didactical development of aides for universities, school, and kindergarten as well as in testing of mobility systems. Visit go.thm.de/bliz-sightcity for more information about our services and events during SightCity 2021.

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