- Public Private Institution Type
The Fresenius University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest and most renowned private educational institutions in Germany. Some of the many advantages which Fresenius University has to offer are its practical orientation, its innovative and market-orientated training and study courses, as well as small learning groups. With its parent house in Idstein, near Wiesbaden, the University can proudly look back on over 160 years of scientific experience in the educational sector.
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.
Carl Remigius Fresenius established the Chemisches Laboratorium Fresenius in 1848, which from the very beginning concentrated on both laboratory practice and educational training. The University of Applied Sciences Fresenius is accredited as a state recognized, private university and offers training programmes, university and further education courses at seven sites throughout Germany in the departments of Chemistry & Biology, Health Sciences and Economics & Media.
In the faculty of Chemistry & Biology a full time Bachelor programme and a full or part time Masters programme are offered.
In the Economics & Media departments at the campuses in Idstein, Cologne, Hamburg and Munich, both Bachelor and Masters degree programmes are offered as full-time or part-time options.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Fresenius University of Applied Sciences - Zwickau Campus!
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