Reutlingen University offers 47 degree programmes.
Our range of courses reflects the broad spectrum of practice-oriented, innovative teaching and research. As one of the most renowned universities of applied sciences in Germany, it is not only the excellent academic education of our students that is important to us. Practical and intercultural skills are also important to us - and this already in the early stages of their studies.
Summer semester 2024
|Registration period for summer semester 2024
|Start of lectures
|02.04-05.04.2024 (Easter holidays)
|End of lectures
Diverse, practical, international: As a university, we see ourselves as an engine of innovation. We want to shape the future sustainably - in the region and globally. To this end, we are constantly investing in the further development of teaching and research. An investment that is rewarded with top rankings, strong cooperations and the popularity of our graduates with renowned global players.
Reutlingen University stands for high-quality and practice-oriented teaching. Beyond that, however, there is a whole range of social, economic and scientific topics that move us - from technology transfer and climate sensitivity, to sustainable product development, internationality and diversity. There is a lot to discover on and around the campus!
In addition to seminars, tutorials and internships, student life has a lot to offer. Whether university sports, big band or student council party - campus life is colourful, loud and rarely boring. And if everything gets too much for you, there are plenty of opportunities to relax on the edge of the Swabian Alb - in nature or at events in and around the state capital.
Before you start studying, you should inform yourself comprehensively and plan an orientation phase. What strengths and interests do you have? What offers and options are there and how can you find a degree programme that suits YOU? We support you with the right advisory services - online and on site.
Contributions & Fees
Over the course of their studies, students face various financial obligations, such as paying for living expenses, public transport, learning materials or general semester fees. Students who study part-time or pursue a second degree might also have to pay additional tuition fees. You should therefore find out about any expenses early on.
Financing the costs of a course of study is not always easy. That is why numerous public and private scholarship providers offer financial support during studies or for parts of them, such as a semester abroad. In addition to financial support, many scholarship providers also offer non-material support, e.g. in the form of educational and networking opportunities.