Society and Economics

Important Information for all students!

The faculty of Society and Economics will  offer all compulsory courses online in the winter semester to enable pure distance learning if necessary.

The courses are accessible via the moodle portal of the university

We offer the oppertunity to use the PC Pool.

Otherwise we kindly ask you to continue to stay at home and settle your affairs as far as possible by email or phone.

Take care and stay healthy.

We will keep you informed.



Events at the Green FabLab

Rhine-Waal University`s Green FabLab on the premises of the Horticultural Show (Landesgartenschau) in Kamp-Lintfort offers an interesting series of events. Visit us for lectures, talks and guided tours to get an exciting insights into diverse topics related to the environment and the sustainable use of resources. Infos


Virtual Question / Answer Session for our Master´s Programmes at the Faculty of Society and Economics

Are you still uncertain which master would suit you best? Our Course Coordinators (Huyhn Bich Ngan Le / Economics and Finance, M.Sc. and Lena Gutheil / Sustainable Development Management, M.A.) for the master´s programmes at faculty of societyand economics will provide you information on the course outlines and will give you answers on your questions. Prof. Ralf Klapdor, Dean of the Faculty of Society and Economics, will join the session as well and provides information on the faculty of society and economics in general.


Study program Gender and Diversity B.A. has a new head of studies

Prof. Eva Maria Hinterhuber takes over as head of study program Gender and Diversity B.A. by Prof. Dr. Ingrid Jungwirth, who previously held the position of head of the study programm.


New Head of the degree program International Relations B.A.

At the side of Prof. Dr. Jakob Lempp, Prof. Dr. John Henry Dingfelder Stone takes over now as head of the degree programm International Relations B.A. He succeeds Prof. Dr. Alexander Brand, who after 5 years passed the tasks on to his colleague.


What does the future hold for transatlantic relations?

Students and researchers at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences and its partner university Fitchburg State recently conducted a survey among students at their respective universities to learn more about how younger generations view transatlantic relations between the United States and Germany. The overwhelming majority of polled students value the ties between the two countries and strongly believe in strengthening their transatlantic partnership for the future. Read more