Flensburg University of Applied Sciences’ (FUAS) roots in our region date back to 1852 when the Royal Danish School for Navigation was founded. This lay the foundation for what is a firm part of our identity still today: There was and still is a close connection between our university, our region and its people.
At Flensburg University of Applied Sciences you can study at both undergraduate and graduate level.
FUAS offers a broad range of bachelor's degree programmes. Our School of Business teaches a number of modules in English, the curriculum for International Technical Communication also includes classes taught in English.
Our research institutes and centres are connecting links between our university and industry and business from our region and beyond. Between our students and their future employers. Between theory and practice Between Flensburg and the world.
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Our university is located on a beautiful green campus. Lecture halls, labs and the library; the cafeteria, a stationary shop and the sports centre are all right here and we're sure you will find your way around in no time.
As the student residences in Flensburg are not run by the universities, admission to a course of study does not automatically come with a room. You will have to submit your applications for a room or an apartment in one of Flensburg’s four halls of residence with the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein (the Association for Student Affairs here in the region).
Being a student shouldn’t be about studying only. Student life is also there to make friendships that will last a lifetime and enjoy life. It is easy for FUAS students to have the right work-life balance thanks to regular events on and off campus. This means campus cinema as well as parties and the legendary annual Kohl and Pinkel tour (you’ll have to come here to experience it).
One of the advantages is the interaction between the student and the professor. The lecture hall has about 25 students, which gives a chance the discuss lecture content with professors.