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With its city centre, local and long distance transport links, Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences is very accessible and has great network connections in every direction.
The main routes by railway, bus, etc. are listed here so that everyone can make it to their lecture on time.
There’s no reason for anyone to arrive late anymore. Thanks to the new station "Haltestelle Hochschule"typo3/#_msocom_1, the journey by train is now quicker and even more comfortable.
If you are travelling from Salzburg or Munich you have to change at Rosenheim Station and catch a train heading to Mühldorf a. Inn or Landshut to get to the “Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences” station. If you are travelling from Wasserburg/Mühldorf/Landshut the train stops directly at the university.
You reach the university from the “Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences” station by walking straight from the station along Prinzregentenstraße. Follow this road for around 250 metres until you come to the crossroads with Marienbergerstraße, where you turn left. After approx. 300 metres you will come to the crossroads with Hochschulstraße, where you turn right.
You can also get the bus from Rosenheim Station to the university with a journey time of around 15 to 20 minutes.
Catch your chosen bus from the station to the “Stadtmitte” stop.
Then catch the Number 1 towards Unterfürstätt and get off directly at the university or the Number 12 towards Küpferling and get off at “Prinzregentenstraße / Berufsschule” stop (a 5 minute walk from the university).
You will find a comprehensive network plan as well as all the timetables for transport in and around the city here.
Taking a dial-a-ride shared taxi (AST) is a reasonably priced option for travelling within the Rosenheim city zone and the Stephanskirchen area outside of local public transport operating hours. The taxi routes have fixed travel times. If called at the latest 20 minutes before the required departure time, the taxi will pick up the passenger at any bus stop displaying an “AST” sign. For EUR 2 to EUR 5 the AST will drop its passenger off just outside his/her door.
No car? No problem. Now you can share cars, too. Totally ad hoc, no high running costs and no problems finding parking spaces. Car sharing is for anyone who wants to get about quickly and easily – whether it’s to university, to the shops, or to your next interview.
After paying a one-off registration fee the user is given a customer card that he/she can use at any time to reserve a car in the vicinity and then to open the car, too. The car keys can be found in the glove compartment and off you go … The car must be returned to its pick-up point. The bill is calculated on the basis of time used, consumption and vehicle model.