RWU-Rover-Team successful in Calgary
The "Rover to Mars" team of RWU was the first German university to take part in an International Rover Challenge - and brought a remarkable success back to Weingarten.
SIIT as a guest at RWU
The university delegation from Thailand visited RWU in order to expand and deepen the cooperation options in the field of master programs, scientific projects and publications and to establish a bilateral exchange of lecturers.
Good Climate Camp
At the "Good Climate Camp" at Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences (RWU), students can find solutions together with experts to work constructively against climate change.
Peruvian university stops in Weingarten
A delegation from the Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria Lima visited the RWU. The two-week European tour included universities and colleges in Italy, Spain and Germany.
How can the mobility of the future be successfully implemented?
Around 150 guests come to the "Day of Electric Mobility and Sustainability" at RWU. The event highlighted the mobility of the future from different perspectives.
RWU goes international
"We dared to make a big step. That was courageous," said the rector of the Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences. The new logo will make the university more present and visible in the region.
Students visit the production of the company Kuka
The group was particularly impressed by the fact that Kuka robots are built by Kuka robots - as if a machine reproduced itself.
MBA students on pioneer study week in Thailand and Myanmar
The students of the part-time MBA program "International Business Management" (IB) of Ravensburg-Weingarten University (RWU) celebrated a premiere: The first week of study to Thailand and Myanmar.
Business informatics among the top ten again
In a current study of the magazine Wirtschaftswoche, the "Wirtschaftsinformatik" of the Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences is in the top ten nationwide, as it was last year.
Students from twelve countries present their native variation of the Swabian Dumplings (Maultasche).
"Binding two countries together"
Students from India make up the majority of foreign students in Weingarten. The Indian Consul General for Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, Sugandh Rajaram, visited them.
From all over the world to Weingarten
Around 90 young people from 22 different nations arrived at RWU during the traditional "Welcome and Orientation Week" in the summer semester 2019. For most it is the first time in Germany.