The history of the University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden dates back to the year 1902 when, on 1 July, the “Royal Technical College for Iron and Steel Industry Schmalkalden" was established.
After the Weimar Republic was formed in 1918, the college continued its work as “State Technical College for Iron and Steel Industry Schmalkalden" without any change to its duties.
About 3000 students in the Faculties of Business and Economics, Business Law, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering are currently enjoying the numerous opportunities which studying in Schmalkalden offers.
Furthermore, the Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences perceives itself as a regional competence centre for technology and innovation in Southern Thuringia and is, for many enterprises, a significant cooperation and network partner for research and technology transfer. As such, application-oriented research plays an important role. Enterprises can benefit from our services and contact us via the business portal.
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The International Office coordinates the international relations of the Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences (SUAS), and liaises with partner universities and other institutions involved in student and faculty exchange programmes. The office provides information on the possibilities of course-related stays abroad (either studying or internships) and advises on planning and preparation.
The Dormitories in Schmalkalden offer 540 rooms. The dorm Blechhammer is located on campus and offers single and group rooms in separate flats with kitchen and sanitary units. The Dromitories at the Martin-Luther-Ring ( 8 Minutes from the Campus) offer single rooms and shared flats for 2-4 people.Prices range from 180 - 217 Euro.
Residential Homes Schmalkalden
At the University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden sport serves as an active relaxation and to create a balance to study or work. Popular sports activities are offered in order to appeal to a large number of students and employees.
The Office of Student Services provides comprehensive assistance to prospective and current students in the areas of registration, renewal of matriculation, tuition fees, compulsory internship requirements and examinations. If you have questions concerning the content of any program or subject-specific questions please contact the Student Advisory Service at your faculty.
Small city, good university. Has lots of activity for international students
Courses were for international students only. There were very good offer to learn German in different levels, possibility to meet international teachers.
It sometimes differs from my local University teaching technics.