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FH Koblenz RheinAhrCampus Remagen, Germany

  • Location
  • Student Population
  • Tuition Fees
  • Accomondations and Fees
  • Projected Budget
  • Qualifications
  • Course Taught in English
  • Courses Previously Approved
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • How to Apply


 Come to Remagen and make a difference -
a difference to your life and life here on campus.

RheinAhrCampus offers you the opportunity ...

  • to be more than just a face in the crowd
  • to study in small, cooperative groups
  • to attend innovative degree programmes with interesting specializations/majors
  • to take part in exciting international projects
  • to develop an understanding of other cultures
  • to network internationally
  • to get involved in campus life.


Remagen is located directly on the river Rhine which has just been awarded world heritage status by UNESCO for its
outstandingly beautiful scenery and medieval castles (see video). 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. They 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.

To get a feeling of life at RheinAhrCampus, have a look at what past exchange students have to say about their experiences.

Detailed information about degree programmes, campus facilities and the town of Remagen are provided on this website and also in our Student Handbook.

If you want to spend an exchange or study abroad semester or year at RheinAhrCampus, please go to Exchange Students for more information.

We look forward to welcoming you at RheinAhrCampus!

Student Population:

 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.

Spending a semester at a university in a foreign country is an adventure that will make a difference to your life. As you experience a new learning environment and a new culture, you will grow personally as well as professionally. Learning a new language or improving existing language skills challenges your mind and opens up new ways of looking at things.

We have lots of experience of hosting exchange students from our partner universities, so we know how to help students to adapt to life at RheinAhrCampus, to settle in and enjoy the semester. Once you have been nominated by your home university, we will keep in touch with you and guide you through every step of your pre-arrival process, including the submission of your registration documents, your course choice and the organisation of your arrival in Remagen. And once you have arrived, we will make sure that you find your way around campus and life in Germany.

RheinAhrCampus offers many advantages to exchange students. At RAC you will share classes with our local students, as we do not put on special courses for exchange students. You will be in the same work groups as our regular students, sharing learning experiences and bringing your knowledge and experience into the group. As a result, you will quickly be integrated into life on campus and be part of what is happening here.

Tuition Fees:

Accommodation and Fees:

A team at Languages / International Affairs will help you find a room. In October 2004 a dormitory (“Wohnheim”) was built right next to the campus. It holds 100 furnished rooms of which 95 are single rooms with shower, toilet and kitchenette plus internet con-nection via password for Euro 230 per month all
inclusive. Two are suitable for the disabled, two are intended for students
with chil-dren and one is a “Wohngemeinschaft” (shared flat) with 3 rooms. You
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. A deposit
of 400 Euros is to be paid with the first rent before you arrive. The deposit
will be returned if there are no damages to the room. We normally try to find
students in the Wohnheim who would like to sublet their rooms, either private
or in the Wohnheim, during their semester abroad. To find out more about the
Wohnheim in Remagen please visit this website:

Projected Budget:


Courses Taught in English:

RheinAhrCampus offers a number of courses in English. They are part of our regular course programme and open to all exchange students.

The courses are combined under the heading "Intercultural Competence" and provide students with the theoretical background and practical experience to work effectively in an international context.

A Certificate in International Business and Communication is awarded to exchange students who successfully complete the programme.

For a list of the courses available under the Programme, please go to Programme Certificate International Business and Communication

Courses Previously Approved:

Frequently Asked Questions:

Semester Dates

Fall/Winter Semester: from middle of September to end of February
Spring/Summer Semester: from middle of March to end of July

How to Apply:

Unlike degree-seeking students, exchange or visiting students do not need to submit a full application. A nomination by your university (our partner university) or faculty/department is all that is required. Initial registration is via our RheinAhrCampus Registration Form, which will be given to you by your home coordinator or International Office. You will be sent a letter of confirmation that you have been accepted here at RheinAhrCampus. After your arrival, you will need to enrol with the General Admissions Office to receive your student card.

The team
at Languages / International Affairs will help you with the application