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Offenburg University of Applied Sciences

4.3 out of 5 (18 ratings / 14 reviews) Offenburg, Germany
The Graduate School of the University of Applied Sciences Offenburg is offering four international Master Programs with focus ranging from Communication and Media to Energy Conversion and Business Consulting. It coordinates all international activities related to the Master Courses.

About

History

Founded in 1964 as a "National School of Engineering" Offenburg University of Applied Sciences quickly established itself as a high-performance educational institution with a practical orientation. Today our University forms a thriving community, with more than 4,500 students on two campuses. 

Education

We offer Bachelor's and Master's degrees in these four departments: Business and Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Mechanical and Process Engineering, and Media and Information.

Today, we offer five English-taught programs which cater especially to international students, who comprise about twelve percent of the total student body.

Research

The Institute for Applied Research (IAF) heads the University's technology and innovation work in the fields of solar energy, medicine, robotics and electric mobility, among others.The close collaboration with industry partners benefits all sides – application-oriented research and technology transfer, up-to-date laboratories and concentrated, interdisciplinary expertise in different technological fields all provide major draws for prospective students.

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Services

Student services

Students at Offenburg University benefit from the advantages of a more intimate campus environment - smaller classes, individual supervision and support by faculty and staff, hands-on teaching, and close integration with the regional economy. It enjoys consistently high rankings and as a reformed technical college has been awarded by the Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities in Germany.

Housing services

New incoming students will be fully assisted with finding accommodations in Offenburg. Depending on capacity, students will be placed in a student residence or in private housing. For students at the Gengenbach campus, there are no student residences available, so private housing will be arranged.

Accommodation services for the student residences are provided by the Studierendenwerk Freiburg, or SWFR. The SWFR is responsible for 247 bedrooms in three different locations in Offenburg:

  • Zähringerstraße: 59 bedrooms
  • St.-Martin-Straße: 151 bedrooms
  • Goldgasse: 37 bedrooms

Student Life

Campus life

  • Offenburg Campus
  • Offenburg-Nord Campus
  • Campus Gengenbach
  • Technologiepark Offenburg

Student Reviews

wonderful
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

good environment for foreign students

Biotechnology at Hochshule Offenburg
Anonymous rated 2 out of 5 stars

The overall experience at the city of Offenburg Germany as a whole has been quite pleasant. But, as far as the academic experiences alone is concerned, it has left a lot to be desired. The MBT program is aimed at international students, however, it fails at catering international needs. The courses are not structured properly. There is a language barrier with some of the...

Studying at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

Relative smaller though, Offenburg University is one of the most student friendly universities in Germany, our coordinator and other members of the management inform us about all the current activities going in and around Offenburg. The Job Fair at the University is attended by 100+ companies. The professors are good, however its typical German Curriculum. Grading is based...

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