As the most important educational institution in south-eastern Bavaria, Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences combines a multifaceted and innovative profile with solid regional roots and an international reputation. Close contacts to industry in one of Germany's strongest economic areas provide 6,000 students with an education oriented around the practical skills necessary for a successful career. A friendly atmosphere, close contact between students and faculty and the modern campus setting provide an ideal learning environment.
Small but great - excellent learning environment
Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences is known for its open and friendly atmosphere. Whether it be the students, the lecturers, or the staff: everyone is very committed to working together to shape the university. Intensive and individual support provided by lecturers, small group study settings, application-focused teaching and training, and the interdisciplinary exchange between the subjects and faculties are just some of the many small but great aspects that characterise everyday student life and the university campus. Added to this are the many well-equipped workshops and laboratories, which offer broad technical as well as creative scope for course-specific projects in all subjects.
Ready to jump up the career ladder - solid practical connection
The students gain important experience that extends far beyond the boundaries of pure specialist knowledge by taking part in practical projects with partners from diverse industries. From project management to specific research assignments, the concept of theory-practice transfer forms the focus of study at Rosenheim. Learning through actual projects encourages the development of elementary skills like the ability to work in a team and solve problems and prepares students for the challenges of the real working life in the best possible way.
In the network of the future - industry and research
Rosenheim has a long tradition of inspirational innovative strength and a solid market-oriented practical connection. As the number one university partner in one of Europe's strongest economic areas, the students of Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences have the best regional, national, and even international links with industry and research. Through study projects, theses, executive education programmes and applied research, the university works intensively with industry, including small and medium-sized companies, and acts as forum, initiator, partner and catalyst for positive economic development within the region and beyond.
Rosenheim is located in the south-eastern part of the German state of Bavaria. Close to the Alps, it is an area rich in scenic beauty and with an impressive cultural heritage. About half an hour's drive from Germany's "high-tech capital", Munich, it is also the centre of a prospering economic region with a population of about 100,000 inhabitants.
The city of Rosenheim is an attractive place to live and study, with its unique Mediterranean flair and beautiful location in a unique landscape of mountains, forests, and lakes. Why not take a short three-hour trip to Italy and enjoy the Lago di Garda or the stunning town of Merano? Additionally, the ski and snowboard resort of Sudelfeld is just 30 minutes away. The Alps and the idyllic Lake Chiemsee - near one of the most famous castles built by the "fairytale king" Ludwig II - await you with year-long recreational activities like winter sports, water sports, and spas. Rosenheim and its surroundings also feature a full calendar of entertaining cultural events. From classical to jazz, pop, and rock, the Culture and Congress Centre in Rosenheim regularly hosts music concerts, guest theatre performances, and social events - there's something entertaining for everyone.
Popular meeting points are small art events, of which there are plenty in Rosenheim. ASTA pub, Theater am Markt, or the Hofbräu are some of the most well-known locations to meet up with friends. Rosenheim's range of events is significantly broadened by the attractions at the Ballhaus, and the Citydome cinema complex shows a wide range of films. The newly built municipal library in Rosenheim serves not only as meeting point for young people, it also promotes learning with its large and sophisticated collection of books, CDs, and DVDs.
Two contact persons (Head of Master's/Programme coordinator)
German courses for foreigners
Subscribe to our email newsletter to be aware of the best opportunities of study abroad!