Fulda University of Applied Sciences is a practice-oriented university with an international profile. The special focus on applied research includes the independant right to confer the doctorate. The university offers a broad spectrum of academic and professional education with a special focus on "health, nutrition and food".

Top reasons to study here

  • Right in the centre of Germany
  • No tuition fees: education is funded by the state
  • Practice-oriented education with a strong focus on applied research

Master's Programmes

Business & Management (2)
Computer Science & IT (2)

About

History

Founded in 1974, the university encompasses, at present, eight departments with 55 study programmes, approx. 8,300 students and almost 1,100 international students from more than 100 countries, 170 professors, 125 academic and research staff, plus 250 administrative staff. 

Education

We offer a wide range of different programmes, including short-term and summer programmes, semester and academic year exchange programmes, full-time degree programmes, international Master’s programmes and preparatory programmes, as well as a career service for international students.

Research

Numerous research and development projects are undertaken in cooperation with private business and industry. Fulda University cooperates with ca. 100 universities around the world.

Centers and Institutions:

  • CeSSt
  • CINTEUS
  • Fulda Public Health Centre

Career

The Careers Service exists to help all international students and alumni of Fulda University to develop successful job search strategies and to reach their career goals. 

The Careers Service provides:

  • Career advice
  • Workshops and skills training
  • Coaching and networking
  • Internships and job search
  • Internal and external partners

Services

Student services

The International Office is responsible for initiating and implementing international cooperation programmes. The University has cooperation agreements with numerous other universities worldwide.The International Office provides an all-round service for international students – from information on admission requirements to help in finding accommodation, advice on all aspects of the student’s study programme and assistance in preparing the return home. The International Office also organises Orientation Weeks before the semester begins as well as cultural events and excursions.

Housing services

Are you going to be travelling straight from your home country to Fulda? If you are, you will probably find it reassuring to have reserved accommodation before you set off. The International Office can help you to find rented accommodation at special terms and conditions – in publicly owned halls of residence or private apartments.

This accommodation is fully furnished and equipped with bed linen, towels, cooking utensils and cutlery, etc, so you do not need to bring anything like that with you when you move in. You can only rent this kind of accommodation through the International Office.

Medical services

All students must have health insurance coverage in Germany.

  • If you come from an EU country, your home country health insurance coverage may be valid in Germany. 
  • If you come from a country outside the EU, you must purchase compulsory medical insurance in Germany to cover the duration of your studies at Fulda. 
  • If you are 30 years old or older, you need to take out private health insurance.

Student Life

Campus life

The University has a pleasant campus, with attractive buildings grouped around a central plaza. Everything is just minutes away from everything else. The city centre is in walking distance, about 20 minutes away.

Student Reviews

A Good Choice
Swetaketu Majumder rated 4 out of 5 stars
The study program offers good courses but they could have been planned better. The mandatory internship is a huge advantage and it encourages students to work harder for the credits. But the University (also the department) should do a better job if they want to be truly considered as an 'International' University. Language is a huge barrier for new students.
A Good Choice
Swetaketu Majumder rated 4 out of 5 stars
The study program offers good courses but they could have been planned better. The mandatory internship is a huge advantage and it encourages students to work harder for the credits. But the University (also the department) should do a better job if they want to be truly considered as an 'International' University. Language is a huge barrier for new students.
Fell in love with the Uni, but...
E-Business Master rated 2.5 out of 5 stars
The university itself has a very modern equipment, friendly students, SSC staff and environment in general. I was studying master E-Business and finished successfully in 3 years. (Years and names can be different from the reality to remain anonymous) From the beginning of the study it was clear that no one can finish it in 1,5 years as it was written in the official page of the master degree. ...