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Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

About the University

The Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is a young and fast-growing German public university that first opened for the winter semester of 2009/10. Its two campuses are located in the cities of Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort. It offers a variety of both English- and German-languaged study programs.

 

Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

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Overall ranking- Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

According to the current analysis, the university is on rank 3951 of 14,160 in the World, 1093 of 2,789 in Europe, 160 of 370 in Germany, 30 of 65 in North Rhine-Westphalia. Along with this, it has positioned on 1531 of 1,558For Agricultural Science, 3590 of 4,129For Environmental Science, and 3845 of 4,578For Biology.

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Courses offered- Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

The university provides courses in various faculties:-

  • Technology and Bionics
  • Life Sciences
  • Society and Economics
  • Communication and Environment

Search more than 25+ English courses offered by the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

 Jobs and internships

Students can finance their studies and lifestyle by doing any job or internship. They can work at the university as students assistant or can choose to work in the outside market. Students can work in nearby stores, shops, or call centers or can find a job online. Vacancies can be searched through online portals in organizations such as Randstad Germany, muk PERSONAL OHG and many more.

House and accommodation

Students have to arrange their accommodation before arrival. University services can help students to find accommodation. Single or shared rooms or flats are available as private accommodation. The average amount of rent is around 260 EUR/month.

Cost of living

The expenses of living are upon the lifestyle of students. However, it also may vary according to distinct places. The average amount of living is around 850 EUR/month including rent, health insurance, and other utilities. Students have to pay a mandatory amount of semester contribution which is around 310 EUR/semester (including a semester ticket for local transport).

Places to visit

Some popular places to visit in Kleve are:-

  • Museum Schloss Moyland- It is a Castle with modern & contemporary art.
  • Zoo Kleve- It is a Small zoo with animal petting & feeding.
  • Schwanenburg- It is a Famed hilltop castle with a history museum.
  • Museum Kurhaus Kleve- It is a spa in the theme of the historic art of the 19th century.

The university strives to promote an international academic discourse and value-driven, cultural exchange. It prepares its individuals with varying capabilities for the future

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