Sustainable Tourism students present their business ideas
From a camping app to ideas for plastic reduction in the tourism sector to proposed solutions for the numerous stone and gravel front gardens - around 50 students from the Sustainable Tourism course presented numerous start-up ideas as part of the "Business Start-up and Financing" module.
From the Lower Right to Nairobi: The Future Engineers School inspires young women for the world of engineering
In late 2021, 30 young technology enthusiasts from the Kenya High School in Nairobi took part in Rhine-Waal University’s first digital workshop series. Joining the livestream hosted on the Lower Rhine in Germany, the young women in Kenya learned about how machine components are produced, how the Internet of Things (IoT) and automation work, and how to build their own soft robots. More
Study Orientation Weeks at the Faculty of Society and Economics
Finding the right study programme can be challenging for young people. Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences will help during the Study Orientation Weeks from 19 to 27 January 2022. The four faculties in Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort, as well as the Central Student Advisory Service, will offer all prospective students a wide range of advice and information on choosing a study programme, study organization, and other topics. Read more
Our university is a fabulous environment for prototyping:
Although it is not well known (yet), our university runs three FabLabs at the two campus locations and offers various ways to create prototypes or minimum viable products.
FabLabs are a global network of local labs, enabling invention by providing access to tools for digital fabrication.
In this workshop you will get the chance to create a real prototype with the help of our coaches.
Everybody can learn the required skills to prototype physical products. No preparation needed.