In 1994 an agreement was reached to compensate Bonn in various ways for this loss of status and income. The Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg was founded in 1995.
The H-BRS was founded on the joint initiative of the federal parliament of Germany and the federal government of Germany, the parliament of the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the federal state government of North Rhine-Westphalia.
At Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg you can currently choose from 36 practically-oriented study programmes on the basis of the latest research findings (20 Bachelors and 16 Master programmes).
The Centre for Science and Technology Transfer (ZWT) is Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University’s central service and contact point for scientists in the area of applied research.
It helps scientists with project acquisition and project management for public funding. In addition, it promotes cooperation with companies, associations and organisations by establishing contacts and by providing advice on relevant funding programmes as well as legal issues and aspects of commercialisation. It supports scientists and companies with the implementation of joint research and development projects.
The Centre carries out patent reviews and patent commercialisation within the framework of the legal provisions.
Discover new things, drive projects forward, take responsibility: At the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS), we count on colleagues who do just that. Together with our around 1,000 colleagues, we find new solutions to master the challenges of our time. We do this to make the H-BRS even better with its 9,000 students from more than 100 nations in 36 courses. Do you accept the challenge?
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The Central Study Guidance Service is our university's central contact point for all questions revolving around the study programmes in general - especially the bachelor programmes.
The Studierendenwerk Bonn (Bonn Student Administration Service) offers good value lodgings in its 33 halls of residence. All rooms are connected to Bonn University´s computer centre and are provided with internet access, included in the rent.
In 2004, work was completed on new halls of residence in Rheinbach (Keramikerstraße 38) and in Sankt Augustin (Europaring). They contain furnished studio flats for university employees and students, right on the doorstep of Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University. Each flat is 20 - 30 m² in size and is furnished in modern style, with a kitchenette, bathroom and high-speed internet access.
Applications for accommodation are dealt with by the Bonn Student Administration Service.G
The Library offers a wide variety of electronic resources including databases that can be searched for literature or bibliographic information as well as electronic books and journals that you can read directly on the screen.The Digital Library (DigiBib) is the gateway to all our electronic resources. Under the heading "Additional E-Media", you will find the electronic holdings that are acquired by the University and District Library for use within the entire Campus Area Network (CAN) of the University of Applied Sciences. You can choose whether the display of databases is sorted by subject or by alphabet.
The buildings in Rheinbach and Sankt Augustin are new, having been erected between 1997 and 1999. Since 1999 they have been extended and further equipped, so that the laboratories and studios are very modern and represent the latest in technology. The students at our University learn in technical surroundings very similar to those found in the workplace, and very up-to-date.
The aim of occupational healthcare is the early detection and prevention of work-related diseases. Preventive occupational healthcare should also help maintain employee performance and further develop health and safety standards at work.
Sankt Augustin Campus, which is home to the Departments of Computer Science, Management Sciences, Social Policy and Social Security Studies as well as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering & Technical Journalism/PR, comprises around 6,000 students.
The Rheinbach Campus, with the Departments of Management Sciences and Natural Sciences, comprises around 2,400 students.
Hennef Campus offers living accommodation for students in its building. The 214 single rooms are each equipped with a shower, WC, television, phone and internet access.
Very good environment for international students
At my university they are focused more on industrial field rather than laboratory and research.
Opportunity to meet people from multiple countries Technologically advanced labs and library Average organization of courses Not much help for international students