Hochschule Koblenz RheinAhrCampus Remagen
Hochschule Koblenz RheinAhrCampus Remagen (RheinAhrCampus) is a friendly and welcoming campus with nearly 3000 students. It was established in Remagen ten years ago by the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences to offer a variety of new degree programmes in the areas of Business & Social Services Management and Mathematics & Technology. Since then, the campus has grown steadily while remaining true to its original aim of providing first-class education in an innovative environment where lecturers and students see each other as partners.
The town of Remagen is located directly on the river Rhine and has just been awarded world heritage status by UNESCO for its outstandingly beautiful scenery and medieval castles. Campus and town offer a variety of sports and leisure activities. It is a great area for cycling, skating, jogging or walking. Close to Remagen and easily reached by public transport are the larger cities of Bonn, Cologne and Koblenz. These cities offer a wide range of music events, clubs and bars, museums and a multicultural setting. Other well-known cities in Germany like Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich are within easy reach by train or plane.
As a designated exchange partner of RheinAhrCampus, tuition fees for Coastal students are based on CCU In-State Tuition rates, and students are able to study abroad for a full year or a semester.
|Hochschule Koblenz RheinAhrCampus Remagen: Quick Facts|
|Student Population:||3,000 students|
|Who can Apply:||Business undergraduate students (Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors)|
|Academic Requirements:||Minimum 3.0 GPA required for admission|
|Language Requirements:||None, but basic German-speaking skills encouraged|
|Courses Taught in English:||
RheinAhrCampus offers a variety of courses conducted in the English language. This gives students whose proficiency in German is not very high at the beginning of their stay the opportunity to study in English.
It is also possible to do a complete semester in English and, upon successful completion, obtain our "Certificate in International Business and Communication" at the end of the semester. For a list of courses available under this Progamme, click here.
RheinAhrCampus offers a regular German language course every semester with two hours per semester week. But if students want to learn German on a more intensive level, in the towns that surround RheinAhrCampus there are many options for German language courses. These courses are varied to fit different competence levels (from absolute beginner to advanced), budget and schedule. The team at Languages / International Affairs are available to help students find a suitable course.
|Tuition:||Exchange Students Pay $4,895 (CCU In-State 2014 Rate)|
|Semester Dates:||Fall ("Winter Semester"): Mid-September to end of February
Spring ("Summer Semester"): Mid-March to end of July
The Languages / International Affairs team at RheinAhrCampus helps its exchange students find accommodations.
A dormitory (“Wohnheim”) was is located right next to the campus. It holds 100 furnished rooms of which 95 are single rooms with shower, toilet and kitchenette plus internet connection via password. Students also have access to a common room with a kitchen as well as laundry facilities. Please note that the rental periods normally run from September to February for the winter semester and from March to August for the summer semester.
To find out more about the Wohnheim in Remagen please read RheinAhrCampus Exchange Student Handbook.
|Projected Budget:||See Hochschule Koblenz Budget|
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Ms. Lori Patterson, M.P.S.
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Applications for Fall 2014 study abroad should be submitted to OIPS before March 14, 2014. To learn more about the application process, click here.