Opportunities of digitalisation in tourism
Students at the RWU collected data on changed travel behaviour under the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic. The focus was on innovative IT applications for tourism and the willingness of travellers to include them in planning and holidays.
At home and in the robotics lab
70 students successfully completed the industrial robotics laboratory despite the corona restrictions. This was possible because Professor Dr. Konrad Wöllhaf brought a virtual copy of the laboratory and the robots to their computers and thus to their homes.
Application period & application procedure
In the course of the Corona measures, the application period for the winter semester 2020/2021 has also been postponed. The application portal for RWU programs participating in the local admissions process has been open since May 5.
"The basic orientation of our health system is right"
Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, the German healthcare system is facing great challenges. Professor Dr. Jan-Marc Hodek is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Work, Health and Nursing at RWU, and heads the course in Health Economics.
Fiddling about for a good cause
The House of Makers and Engineers at the RWU wanted to put its skills at the service of the general public. Now they produce protective shields for old people's homes and nursing services at HOME.
Digital solutions for challenging times
Together with computer scientists from all over Germany, RWU student Bianca-Maria Braun took part in the federal government's nationwide hackathon #WirVSVirus.
Semester start in online mode
The start of lectures for the summer semester was postponed during the corona crisis, but on April 20, lectures will now officially begin, albeit still by distance learning. 337 first-year students start at the Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences.
Between digital consultation and window consultation
Shortly before the coronavirus spread in Germany, many students travelled to Germany and abroad for the actual start of the semester. The International Office takes care of those who are currently having a hard time.
Professor in the home office
The coronavirus also makes a big sting due to the well-rehearsed scenery that university teaching takes place in the lecture hall. An experience report from the home office of Professor Dr. Markus Pfeil.
Pan flute for the postman
Who actually looks after the many RWU buildings? What about the post office, the workshops or the print shop? Questions for Tillmann Pfaue, the head of Technical Operations at RWU.
Pioneer’s Trip to Singapore
The first international study week of the MBA program International Business Management to Singapore took place from 14 to 23 February, 2020 - just before the corona crisis was about to change everything.