University of Applied Sciences Fresenius

  • Private (non-profit)
Idstein, Germany
The University of Applied Sciences Fresenius, with its parent house in Idstein, can look back on a scientific tradition of a more than 158 years. Founded as a school of chemistry in 1848, it gained recognition in 1971 as a state-approved, private university of applied sciences.

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The University of Applied Sciences Fresenius, with its parent house in Idstein, can look back on a scientific tradition of a more than 158 years. Founded as a school of chemistry in 1848, it gained recognition in 1971 as a state-approved, private university of applied sciences.

The University of Applied Sciences Fresenius parent house is located in the picturesque town of Idstein, with its historical town centre, at the edge of the Taunus Mountains. Wiesbaden and Frankfurt are accessible in a thirty-minute drive from Idstein. The main building of the University of Applied Sciences Fresenius is situated in the centre of Idstein. Approximately 850 university and 400 vocational students are at present being educated in the main building, as well as in three additional buildings in the town. 14 full-time and 6 part-time in-service training courses, as well as 6 occupational training courses and 4 courses for advanced and further education in the Faculties of Chemistry and Biology, Health and Economics and Media are currently offered at the University of Applied Sciences Fresenius Idstein and at the associated University of Applied Sciences Fresenius institutes in Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Zwickau in Germany and Vienna, Austria.

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