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Winter Semester 2012/201328 degree programmes (25 bachelor’s and 3 master’s) are now on offer. The bachelor’s programmes Bioengineering, Industrial Engineering, Journalism and Bionics, Gender and Diversity and Early Childhood Education are launched. A total of 2,700 students are now enrolled at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences.
How is that possible? It’s the young cadre of professors and lecturers, who are enthusastic, approachable and enjoy working closely with students at every opportunity. It could also be the 33 degree programmes – 25 of which are taught 100% in English – which were meticulously designed by professors to be modern, practice-oriented, interdisciplinary and multicultural so that you leave our institution with a professional profile that is in high demand both in Germany and in many other countries worldwide.
As a young, dynamic institution, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is naturally drawn to innovative, application-oriented and interdisciplinary research efforts across the entire spectrum of scientific disciplines. But we view ourselves as more than researchers; we’re also partners in research for regional, national and international companies. We’re especially proud that our research directly benefits the Lower Rhine region, keeping it on the cutting-edge and pushing its potential for innovation to new competitive heights.
Career ServiceInternship, student job or first steps in a new career – Rhine-Waal’s Career Service is here to help with a broad range of useful services.They Offer
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences!
The Student Advisory Service can help students in a number of different ways:
With around 2,000 hospitals nation-wide, residents of Germany enjoy a comprehensive and locally-available access to health care services. Nevertheless, the health care and hospital sectors in Germany are in a constant state of flux as they adapt to changing political and social demands and new requirements arising from fundamental shifts in population demographics.
The campuses are located in the heart of Europe, in the idyllic Lower Rhine region of Germany. Here you’ll find beautiful landscapes, safe cities and countless leisure and sport activities for students and families all year round. What's more, They’re located very close to three international airports in Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and Weeze, which means they’re easily accessible by air from nearly every continent.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.