RWTH Business School
About RWTH Business School
In 2016, RWTH Business School was established as a division of RWTH International Academy. It brings together the School of Business and Economics at RWTH Aachen University’s postgraduate programs. University is located in the heart of RWTH Aachen University, Germany’s top integrated, multidisciplinary university of technology and real technical powerhouse. It is a public (non-profit) associated academy of Germany’s largest technical institution, RWTH Aachen University. More than 10.8% of the students at the school are from other countries.
It is currently unranked on any of the authorized websites. However, it is ranked 6th in the field of “Business & Management Studies” by QS World University Rankings.
Internships near RWTH Business School
Students have the opportunity to form bonds with graduates and employers at the university. Students can work as research assistants at the university and gain knowledge also while earning money. Apart from that, several organizations, such as FEV Group GmbH, Dr. BABOR GmbH & Co. KG, Ericsson, and Kape Technologies, provide students with internships to help reimburse their costs.
Jobs near RWTH Business School
Students might work at the university as assistants. They can also work part-time outside of the institution at adjacent businesses, shops, and phone centers. They can also work for companies like Mercedes-Benz AG, Utimaco, and INTRAVIS GmbH to make money.
Housing and Accommodation
The university does not provide any type of housing. The sort of person you are and how you manage your finances will determine whether you find Aachen to be pricey or not. The typical monthly housing charge for shared accommodation can range from €120 to €500.
Although costs vary by region, the average cost of living is completely decided by the student’s lifestyle. Rent, food, and other monthly expenses total not more than €400. Certain courses are subject to a mandatory semester fee of €5000 per semester.
|Category||Expensive City [in Euro]||Average [in Euro]||Small town [in Euro]||Comments|
|Semester Fees||350||200||110||per semester|
|Transportation||0||0||0||Transportation is already included in semester fees.|
|Public Insurance||110||110||110||Insurance does not depend on cities.|
|Private Insurance||35||35||35||you can choose either public or private insurance.|
|Mobile||20||15||8||Mobile bill does not depend on cities. Usually it cost 8-20 euro per month|
|Total [with Public Insurance]||853||711||562||per month|
|Total [with Private Insurance]||779||636||487||per month|
Popular Courses for International Students
RWTH Business School provides programs aimed at training entrepreneurs and business executives who can turn emerging technology into financially viable and socially acceptable business models. International courses such as:
- Technology Management Executive MBA
- Digitalization & Industrial Change Full-Time MBA
- Technology, Innovation, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship M.Sc. Management & Engineering
- Data Analytics and Decision Science (M.Sc.)
- Customized Programs
Places to visit near the University
Aachen is not just a city rich in history, but also a place where diverse cultures meet and interact on a daily basis, thanks to its unique location in the extreme west of Germany and the heart of Europe. Aachen links Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium and is located in one of Europe’s most inventive areas. Cologne, Maastricht, and Brussels, as well as Paris, Luxembourg, and London, are all within easy reach. As a result, Aachen has a distinctly European worldview.
Aachen Cathedral– Commonly known as the Imperial Cathedral (Kaiserdom), is not just one of Europe’s earliest UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but also one of the oldest.
The Aachen Marketplace (Marktplatz)– It is home to a variety of well-known tourist attractions. The magnificent historic Town Hall is one of the prettiest (Rathaus). Built on the ruins of a previous Carolingian imperial fortification around 1350.
The Town Hall (Elegant Aachen Town Hall)– It is right across the street from the cathedral and is as notable in terms of architecture and history. It was erected on the location of Charlemagne’s original palace and contains other ancient Marktplatz constructions, such as the old Grashaus, which may still be seen in portions.
The almost 50,000 students who attend Aachen’s universities have a visible impact on the city’s ambiance. Aachen provides a vibrant culture for its big student population, with several restaurants, cafés, museums, and clubs. Ericsson, Ford, Philips, Takeda Pharma, and Microsoft are among the notable multinational firms and research institutes that have chosen Aachen for its scientific expertise. The growing number of students who choose RWTH Aachen University as their university of choice attests to Aachen’s attractiveness as a location to live.