Hochschule Fulda - University of Applied Sciences

Fulda, Germany
Fulda University of Applied Sciences covers a broad spectrum of academic and professional education. The Departments of Applied Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Business, Food Technology, Nursing and Health Sciences, Nutrition, Food and Consumer Sciences, Social and Cultural Sciences and Social Work teach numerous first-degree programmes, graduate programmes and other educational offerings.

About

Education

Fulda University of Applied Sciences covers a broad spectrum of academic and professional education. The Departments of Applied Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Business, Food Technology, Nursing and Health Sciences, Nutrition, Food and Consumer Sciences, Social and Cultural Sciences and Social Work teach numerous first-degree programmes, graduate programmes and other educational offerings.

Research

Research Interests

  • Primary Health Care
  • Public Health and Health Promotion
  • Professional development of Nursing
  • Education in Nursing.
Student Projects
  • The meaning of the Munich Declaration of German nurses.
  • Compassionate care for recently deceased patients considering their cultural background.
  • Obtaining midstream urinary samples in the hospital. (This project won the Fulda award for nursing science.)

Career

The Careers Service provides:

  • A Mentoring Program
  • Numerous workshops, seminars and events
  • A job portal on Facebook
  • An individual Career counseling
  • Application Portfolio Checking Service
  • Job Shadowing

Master's Programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (5)
Business & Management (3)
Engineering & Technology (2)
Medicine & Health (2)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Education & Training (1)
Law (1)

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Hochschule Fulda - University of Applied Sciences!

Services

Student services

The Language Workshop is open to all students at Fulda University who would like advice on preparing written papers and presentations. Specially trained student tutors give you feedback on your written work in one-to-one discussions and help you to structure and formulate it correctly. Particularly if you still lack confidence in German, the Language Workshop is the place for you.Self-Study and Family CentreIn the Self-Study and Family Centre you will find rooms where you can study and relax. Whether you want to study alone or in a group, the Centre’s infrastructure is perfect. It has several meeting rooms, a quiet room and even a family room.

Housing services

Many students choose to live with other German and international students in a public or private student residence hall.Private landlords in Fulda also offer a range of rooms and flats around town. If you've not sure how to start looking for your new home, they've provided information on where to find adverts and how to understand the term used in them. Types of accommodation

  • Residence Halls
  • Private Housing

Library services

They offer a range of delivery services. They vary in speed and cost. In the case of some services the documents will be sent directly to you.

  • Inter library loan (Instructions)
Basic fee: 1.50€ Average delivery time: 2-5 weeks
  • Document delivery service
Costs: Basic fee per essay: from 6.50 € (delivery of printed or fax version)Basic fee per book: from 8€

Medical services

If you come from an EU country, your home country health insurance coverage may be valid in Germany. This must be documented by the European Health Insurance Card which you must bring with you to Fulda.If you come from a country outside the European Union, you must purchase compulsory medical insurance in Germany for the duration of your studies at Fulda University for a monthly fee of €80.

Student Life

Campus life

The University has a pleasant campus, with attractive buildings grouped around a central plaza. Everything is just minutes away from everything else. The city centre is in walking distance, about 20 minutes away.

Accreditation

The possibility of submitting an APEL application is categorically only for those students, who are already registered for a programme of study at the Fulda University of Applied Sciences. Prospective students and other interested parties are kindly requested to read the detailed APEL-information bulletin

The Global Study Awards

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