Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln

Cologne, Germany
Small class sizes with between 20 and 50 students, compact courses with tight study schedules and tutorial style lectures characterise study at the University of Applied Sciences / Cologne (… read more) The university, which was established in 1971 and operates as a non-profit limited liability company, currently has 4,900 enrolled students. Personal contact with the professors and lecturers is ensured.

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Small class sizes with between 20 and 50 students, compact courses with tight study schedules and tutorial style lectures characterise study at the University of Applied Sciences / Cologne. The university, which was established in 1971 and operates as a non-profit limited liability company, currently has 4,900 enrolled students. Personal contact with the professors and lecturers is ensured.

They accept enrolments twice a year for both the full-time and the continuing undergraduate studies.

  • In the field of engineering, courses are offered in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Production & Management (Industrial Engineering)
  • In the field of media studies, you can enrol in Media Design and Media Economics.
  • The Healthcare Management department offers studies in Healthcare Management
  • In the fields of business and law, courses in Business Administration, Business and Information Systems, Business Psychology and the Bachelor of Laws are on offer.

At the postgraduate level, a number of Masters courses are offered, both independently and in co-operation with British universities.

Master's Programmes

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln!

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