Young and dynamic - that is the profile of the University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund. Since its foundation in 1991 the student body has steadily increased. At present 3000 students are enroled.
The three schools Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Business Studies, Mechanical Engineering offer the following courses: Leisure and Tourism Management, Baltic Management Studies, Business Administration, Business Informatics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Master of Business Administration, Medical Informatics and Biomedical Engineering, as well as Business Administration and Engineering (also in the form of womens studies, sandwich and supplementary courses).
In addition to teaching, Research has been continuously developed. Research in engineering mainly focuses on the interdisciplinary topic of "The use of renewable sources of energy/hydrogen technology".The establishment of contacts to more than 70 universities abroad, the international study programmes of Baltic Management Studies and Leisure and Tourism Management as well as the European Project of International Engineering point out the international character of our university.The Fachhochschule Stralsund - University of Applied Sciences helps students to find jobs, internships, project works or topics for Bachelor theses or diploma theses.
In the Job exchange online you can find the latest job offers or you can find out your personal requirements.Furthermore we have composed a range of Job exchange on the internet.We are able to arrange personal contacts between businesses, trainees and graduates on the grapevines of the association of middle classes in Stralsund, on exchanges of the Fachhochschule Stralsund - University of Applied Sciences and of the Department of Trade and Economy. Job exchange of the FH Stralsund
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Our university is a campus university. That means that all lecture halls, seminar rooms and laboratories as well as the refectory, library, sports facilities and many places in student accommodation are situated in the park-like area of our university and near the Strelasund offering a marvellous view of the Isle of Ruegen.
Whether in student halls of residence, a shared flat or your first own flat, this decision has to be made by you and should be made according to your own desires and available funds. Stralsund offers exceptionally good conditions and is not affected by overly expensive rental prices and a highly competitive property market like in other study locations and cities.
The university library was founded in autumn 1991. The inventory currently comprises 120,000 media. The main focus is on the fields of economics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science.
Student life on the campus offers a wide range of recreational facilities. You may go in for different kinds of sports in the sports clubs of our university and watch films organised by our universitys film club.
Whether you attend cultural events or go to student parties there is always something going on on the university campus.
Due to its favourable location directly at the Strelasund and the sailing harbour, there are very good facilities for watersport activities.
As a campus university, HOST offers one of the most charming accommodation options: in a small village in Scandinavian look and feel, located on campus – just a few steps from the Mensa (Cafeteria) and the schools.
Apart from the University’s sports club, there are also other sports clubs in Stralsund that offer a wide variety of sports. Membership in a sports club is not very expensive. Members have to pay an annual membership fee and can then take part in all sports activities. The sports clubs in Stralsund offer a huge array of sports, ranging from basketball, handball, football, volleyball to martial arts, gymnastics and athletics.
Small university with close contact to professors. The studies of LTM are internationally oriented but the variety of partner schools is very low. Campus life needs improvement and more involvement of students. Offered lectures are interesting and professors are usually available for questions after classes. Stralsund is a sleepy town, especially in winter and students are...
well it was a tough journey from applying to various universities to getting selected and then the hardest thing ; getting an afforadable accomadation . but evrything is worth it thanks to the advanced teaching methods given here and so much flexibility in choosing the courses and classes.
The study course Leisure and Tourism Management is an eight-semester bachelor├é┬┤s degree course with international orientation. Students of Leisure and Tourism Management do not only attain fundamental business knowledge, but also specialized skills and experience in the field of tourism and leisure. The modular course structure allows students to gain a broad,...