Study at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences!

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Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is a young, vibrant university in the Lower Rhine region of Germany which offers innovative and challenging degree programmes as well as first-rate research opportunities in the natural sciences, social sciences, economics, technology and engineering. We currently offer a total of 25 bachelor’s degree programmes and 11 master’s degree programmes, the majority of which are taught completely in English.

Our degree programmes aren’t designed to fill ‘academic ivory towers’, but rather produce graduates that can effectively apply theoretical knowledge to real-world contexts and meet the rigorous demands of the international job market. Through applied teaching and learning, small class sizes, a diverse atmosphere of intercultural exchange, and integrated internship/placement requirements, we train the specialists of tomorrow, who are well equipped with the skills to prosper in a globalised marketplace and make the jump from academia to a professional career.

Prospective Students

An overview of important information for prospective students with German academic qualifications.

Guest Auditors

For a nominal fee, non-students can enrol with Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences as guest auditors and attend a variety of interesting lectures otherwise closed to the public. Auditors can participate in lectures just like regular students, but don’t sit examinations or earn credit towards a degree.


A lot of new experiences await students at the beginning of their study. We collected some helpful informations and links for your orientation and help.

Studium Generale

Studium Generale is a series of lectures, scientific talks, discussions and exhibitions over the course of a semester, which explore areas of interest beyond the courses of study offered by the university. No registration is required, and all Studium Generale events are free to attend for both students and the public.

Kids’ Uni

Kids’ Uni is a lecture series for kids between the ages of 8 and 12. The goal is to encourage an early interest in science. Each lecture is around 45 minutes long and topics are presented in a fun and exciting way for kids.