Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences (HRW)

The Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences (HRW) is a state-run university of applied sciences based in the cities of Bottrop and Mülheim an der Ruhr. The main emphases are on the areas of computer science, engineering sciences, mathematics, natural sciences and economics. Unique and practice-oriented degree programmes attract an increasing number of students.

More than 2,600 students from all over Germany are currently studying at HRW. High-quality practically relevant teaching and research are one of its strengths. Associated with this are new laboratories with excellent equipping. The HRW is regionally rooted and internationally oriented.

In addition to the interdisciplinary education the HRW attaches great importance to intensive and service-oriented student support – from start to finish. Valuable soft skills are imparted and the entry into professional life is prepared extensively: Well-structured and practice-oriented degree programmes with an internship semester at the end allow for effective studies within the standard period of study.

Prof. Dr Mark Oelmann


Björn Sonnenschein

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