4. Incoming

4.1 Curricula und course catalogue

Information concerning curricula and course catalogue, module descriptions, details about teaching language, place of study etc. of individual study programmes can be found under the following link: Course catalogue Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences.

4.2 Application procedure for international exchange students

International students who wish to study at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences for one or two semesters within the framework of an exchange agreeement have to apply for a nomination at their home institution´s international office. The nomination has to be sent to the international coordinator for incoming students (Jochen van Bentum) within the nomination period of the respective semester (1st November for the following summer term, 1st May for the following winter term). Further information can be found in the „Fact Sheet For Incomings Students“.

4.3 Language requirements

Language skills for the particular study programmes (English or German) are required to be at least at level B2 (Bachelor programmes) or at level C1 (Master programmes) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

4.4 Contact at the International Center

Contact for international exchange students („incomings“) at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is the International Center, Jochen van Bentum. We will gladly advise you concerning all administrative aspects of the exchange (e.g. application and enrolment, Learning Agreement, health insurance and search for accommodation, exam registration and transcript of records).

The International Center manages the enrolment and orientation day for incomings and furthermore, offers events for incoming and outgoing students during the semester. During the whole stay at Rhine-Waal University, the International Center is the first contact for incomings in questions of organization of all kinds.

4.5 Contact at the faculties

Questions regarding academic issues please contact the international coordinator of the respective faculty:

Technology & Bionics: Doris Gerland
Society and Economy: Dr. Anne Tempel
Life Sciences: Anna Eliseeva
Communication and Environment: Prof. Dr. Waltraud Kofer