Study Orientation Days

Faculty of Communication and Environment

The Faculty of Communication and Environment is looking forward to your visit on January 19, 2023 and will inform about the various degree programms on offer in Kamp-Lintfort.

Professors and students will be on-hand to answer any questions you may have.
Just drop in any time during the scheduled event. We are looking forward to seeing you.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Building 4 | 1st floor | room 04 01 305
Kick-off event and information by our student advisory service
Are you thinking about studying? Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences could be the right choice for you. We will provide you with general information on study orientation, the application process, prerequisites and our degree programmes.

3.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Building 2 | 1st floor | room 02 01 310
Information point on individual student advisory topics and "Meet a student"
What is the best, what is the most difficult thing about student life at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences? Talk to our students and get individual insights into everyday student life!

3.00 pm – 3.30 pm
Building 4 | 1st floor | room 04 01 305
Welcome to the Faculty of Communication and Environment
Reception and event information

360°Campus tour
Join us on a virtual tour

Visit our modern laboratories and see how practical teaching and research is done

4.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Building 1 | Foyer and Audimax
See how theory becomes practice! Students' projects
In the 5th semester, our students prove that they have not only learned theory. In interdisciplinary teams, they share their knowledge, investigate exciting current issues and cooperate in developing innovative solutions. Each year, the individual projects are presented at a poster session and judged by a jury. Come along, take a look at the numerous project stands and talk to our students to find out how they have applied their knowledge in practice.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | ground floor | room 02 00 110
Environmental lab
We'll show you how we learn and do research in the Environment and Energy course. Take a look at our demo set-up and learn how electricity can be produced from renewable energy and stored to secure the supply in the years to come. Get an insight into the field of environmental analysis and assessment, by looking at and photographing biological specimens with the light microscope.

Start of tour at 4.00 pm
Building 3 | 1st floor | FabLab
FabLab tour
Our FabLab is one of the largest and best-equipped open high-tech workshops in the world. With over 600 m² of space, it offers students not only the room, but also the necessary machines to turn their own ideas into real products using the latest technologies, such as 3D printers, milling or self-developed electronics. Come by and we'll show you what's made possible here.

Anytime between 4.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Building 3 | 2nd floor | room 03 02 135
Learning by playing - Serious gaming in logistics teaching
Even in technical studies, you can learn by playing. Our logistics experts show you playful methods to learn about "Lean Management" and "Strategic Management".
If you visit the exhibition of our interdisciplinary projects, you will also find out which games for "technical logistics" our students have developed themselves.

Anytime between 4.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | 2nd floor | room 02 02 330
Psychology labs
Understanding the people of today, shaping the world of tomorrow - that is the motto of industrial and organisational psychologists. In our modern labs, we'll show you how psychologists can capture people's behaviour and personality.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | 1st floor | room 02 01 120
Labs for media communication and computer science
Do you enjoy programming and are you interested in modern web technologies, virtual reality, media conception and design? Then visit our labs and learn more about the exciting field of digitalisation of business and society.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | ground floor | room 02 00 110
For those who see "sustainability" and "climate protection" as calls to action
Environment and Energy, B.Sc.
Do you want to help protect the environment? Are you fascinated by the natural sciences? Then consider a degree in Environment and Energy. In this degree programme you’ll study and do research in a deeply interdisciplinary environment that weaves together environmental sciences, energy technology, economics and more. Against this backdrop, the focus of your studies will be on renewable energy, sustainability and effective environmental protection measures.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 5.00 pm
Building 1 | ground floor | room 01 00 110
For globally conscious leaders
International Business Administration, B.A
Are you interested in global economics and international issues? Do you want to study in English and have a knack for analytical thinking and problem solving? Then study International Business Administration! In this degree programme you’ll learn how to navigate incredibly complex national and international markets and lead companies to economic success.

Starts at 4.00 pm
Building 3 | 2nd floor | room 03 02 135
For those wanting to optimise transport and production

Mobility and Logistics, B.Sc.

Are you the kind of person who wants to move not just the little things around, but the big things, too? Then study Mobility and Logistics. Learn how to improve the transport of freight and people and explore innovative ways to enhance production and distribution processes! Imagine using the latest, sustainable technologies to make travel easier and more comfortable or manufacturing and transportation processes more robust and resilient. We’ll teach you how to plan and manage modern logistics systems, supply chains, and transportation effectively so that, as a graduate, you can not only help ensure regional logistics centres thrive in the future, but also contribute to solving thrilling and complex logistical puzzles of global importance.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 4 | 1st floor | room 04 01 305 or online/hybrid
For IT specialists with an eye for administration and commerce
E-Government, B.Sc.

Ever wondered who made it possible for you to apply for a new ID card online from home? Or pay for parking with an app? Or cast your vote online? E-Government specialists are the developers behind the innovative and functional software solutions, products and services used by government administrations, companies and the public around the world. In this degree programme you will study not only computer science but also public administration, project management and strategies for effective intercultural teams. As a graduate, you will be trained and ready to contribute to the digital transformation of society.

Anytime between 3.30 - 4.45 pm
Building 3 | 2nd floor | AIS-Lab 03 02 120
For tech-savvy problem solvers
Infotronic Systems Engineering, B.Sc.

If you’re interested in the cutting edge and enjoy solving complex puzzles involving technology, then
Infotronic (= informatics + electronics) Systems Engineering is for you. Here you’ll cut your teeth on a wide range of data collection systems and their uses, studying computer science, data processing, electrical technology and signal processing technology along the way. At the end of this challenging path stands an engineer who can effectively plan and build complex, interconnected systems.

Anytime between 4.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | 2nd floor | room 02 02 330
For sharp and insightful analysts of human behaviour
Psychology, Specialization Industrial and Organizational Psychology, B.Sc.

Understanding the people of today to shape the world of tomorrow: this is the creed of occupational and organisational psychologists. In this degree programme you’ll learn how to reduce stress and improve motivation in the workplace, how to turn a group of individuals into a cohesive team, how to find and choose the best new employees, and how to nurture their unique personalities, train leaders and shape company culture.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 2 | 1st floor | room 02 01 120
For future software developers and data visualisers
Media Communication and Computer Science, B.Sc.

Do you really like programming and learning about modern web technologies, virtual reality and media design? Then why not study Media Communication and Computer Science? Modern information technologies affect nearly every aspect of our lives. Experts in these technologies are highly sought after as project managers for companies, developers of software, websites, apps, virtual reality and video games, data visualisation experts and more.

Anytime between 3.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Building 3 | 2nd floor | room 03 02 130
For the passionately creative
Information and Communication Design, B.A.

Do you love developing ideas and making them come alive? Then Information and Communication Design is the right choice for you. Here you’ll study not only fundamental visualisation techniques such as illustration and photography, but also advanced subjects like interaction design, editorial design and identity design. Our greatest passions are the new and the visionary. During your studies, you’ll be tasked with numerous personal design projects, each one an opportunity to take your ideas from the drawing board to reality using your growing skills and know-how. This type of approach provides the perfect preparation for a later career in the design world, whether at an agency or as an independent designer.