Founded in 1996, Ansbach University of Applied Sciences is a modern, young university in the centre of Franconia. Highly motivated academic staff, mentoring in small groups, a technically well equipped working environment and a neat campus that is centrally located provide the foundation for the successful graduation of our students.
At Ansbach University of Applied Sciences our students studying in the Faculty of Engineering Sciences complete their studies with a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc.). Those studying in the Faculty of Business and General Sciences will complete their studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.).
The Institute for Applied Sciences is a core facility at Ansbach University and offers a platform to businesses, institutes and universities in the field of applied research and development. Our fields of expertise take account of future tendencies in both market and technology but are also geared to the fields of expertise within the Metropolitan Region Nuremberg.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Ansbach University of Applied Sciences offers a variety of facilities and services across the campus. You will also find here useful information on your studies.
We offer you books, journals, daily newspapers, videos, cassettes, CD-ROMs, DVDs, Audio-CDs, E-Books, databases and electronic journals. The scope of our collection is literature for economics, natural sciences, engineering, computer sciences and law.
At present we are a group of 40 students. We represent students from both faculties. We represent your interests outside of the University, towards the professors, the University Board and different councils.
Practical orientated, familiar university, with up-to-date facilities
I mostly took language courses. This being a University for Applied Sciences, language courses weren't very advanced; they were good enough for my home university, though, which accepted all of them as curricular (non-optional) credits.