The research focuses illustrated here contribute significantly to the national perception and thus to the profile definition of the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. They do not represent the entire research landscape of the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences whose research strength is based on the commitment of a number of scientists and scholars in many disciplines. But still. The above-mentioned areas give a deep insight into the research work at the university as an example.
Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences has a strong international orientation which is for example expressed in study programs with mandatory semesters abroad, or windows of mobility that allow students to do part of their study program abroad on a voluntary basis. In addition, there are study programs that are taught partly of entirely in English.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Hochschule Osnabrück!
In recent years, many large construction projects with a volume of approx. €80 million have been built at the Westerberg Campus. In addition to the new cafeteria with up to 5,000 meals per day, the new modern lecture hall attracts attention due to its striking architecture and coloring. In 2015, the new 8,500-square-meter library was inaugurated. In contrast to these, there are also the over 100-year old historical buildings which are used by the university which achieved great military importance particularly during the first world war and during the period of the British occupation in Osnabrück.
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