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International Business Management

South India and all its facets

RWU MBA students gain a wide range of impressions in India. The international study week shows the economic dynamics of an up-and-coming country.

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Digitaler TestDaF an der RWU: Digitale Prüfung Deutsch als Fremdsprache am CLIC, dem Sprachenzentrum der RWU


Digital test German as foreign language

International Language Certificate German as a Foreign Language / On 6th February, RWU offers the opportunity to take the TestDaF as a digital exam.

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Steel parts from the printer

Three RWU Master's graduates have built a metal 3D printer. They have now gained plenty of experience with it and are looking for partners.

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RWU Kompetenzzentrum Arbeitsforschung im Sozial- und Gesundheitswesen (KompIGA)

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Labor research in social services and health care

Funding commitment: RWU is part of the "Competence Center for Innovative and Healthy Work in the Social and Healthcare Sector in the Alb-Bodensee-Iller Region".

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TAKEoff@RWU – Your preparatory semester

Are you interested in studying in an english-speaking Bachelor's degree in a STEM field? But you don't feel well enough prepared for it yet or even have a semester to bridge before you start your studies? Then TAKEoff@RWU is just the fit for you!

  • You can study in English for one semester at RWU without having to decide on a specific Bachelor's degree program and without having to pay tuition fees.
  • Your chances of academic success will improve significantly! TAKEoff@RWU teaches you not only academic and subject-specific skills, but also language and cultural skills. This way, you will be perfectly prepared for living, studying and working in Germany.





KONZEPTE - the magazine of the RWU!

The new university magazine is now free and available everywhere on campus and online.

"Dear readers,

what makes us special? This is the question people ask themselves in view of the incomprehensible superiority of neural networks. It's the question companies are asking themselves in the face of global competition. And it's the question we ask ourselves as a university of applied sciences.

After reading this magazine, apart from the quantitative facts - study programs, teaching, laboratories, practice, employability - a qualitative factor is part of my answer to the initial question:

A student collects voices about the war in the Ukraine with her media technology know-how. A professor digs deeper into a previously unexplained physical phenomenon until he can comprehend it mathematically. A staff member reports about her joy in supporting students on their way at the RWU. A mayor advocates mutual understanding in times of heated online debates. A student keeps a team together with her presence and many conversations in Corona times. A staff member invents a scholarship format that enables children and young people to take instrumental lessons.

Just a few examples. And it may sound like circular reasoning: What is special about the RWU is the RWU. Nevertheless, I am convinced that it is above all the people who make us special. It's searching and having ideas, questioning, speaking one's mind and listening, it's dialogue at eye level, respect and tolerance. That makes us special."

Professor Dr. Thomas Spägele, Rector

RWU Campus Tour

What is it like at RWU? In which building can I find what? And where is the canteen? Katherine and Ammar will take you on a walk around the campus and show you what you need to know to find your way around.

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