It is on display in the secretariats of the individual faculties, as well as on various information desks (incl. in the Examinations Office). It can be viewed in the Communities, where it is available for you to download.
Catalogue WiSe 2022/23 (PDF file German version)
All the courses listed in the catalogue are recognised by the Examination Committees of the particular courses at Rosenheim. Refer to the catalogue to find out about course content, induction events, registration periods and credit points.
The following courses are in English language:
Was does it mean to study at the Virtual University of Bavaria?
The Bavarian Virtual University (VHB) is not an actual university; rather it offers students at Bavarian universities the opportunity to take virtual courses offered by different Bavarian universities free of charge as a way of pursuing their main interests.
The advantages are:
- courses that are not restricted to a certain place or time (e-learning)
- 20 day trial period for “tasters”
- excellent specialist support from qualified tutors
- opportunity to take courses that are not offered at your own university
- opportunity to gain recognition in Rosenheim for courses (general required elective courses (AWPM), specialist required elective courses (FWPM), required courses) from the VHB course catalogue
- chance to get to know other professors and students
The Virtual University of Bavaria’s course programme for your reference
FAQ on use of vhb courses in Rosenheim: How do I register and/or re-register for a VHB course? Brief instructions for students (PDF file)
How do I register and/or re-register for a VHB course?
Students who wish to take an examination in their selected VHB course must inform the Examinations Office of their registration. To do this, fill in the form "Registration for a required elective module from an external course" (PDF file) and hand it in to the Examinations Office. ING Master have to register for the examination at the "Learning Campus" at "VHB Prüfungsanmeldung / Exam Registration".
Open vhb offers shorter, open courses at university level which may be interesting to the general public. Courses which help prepare for a degree or supplement a degree are also offered. These courses are not designed to provide credits which can be allocated to your degree programme. However, our new OPEN vhb courses are good if you want to prepare yourself for starting a degree programme. The following course, held in English, is one of the newly produced courses by the TH Rosenheim:
Building Confidence in Mathematics (course language: English)
Flyer for the course: Building Confidence in Mathematics
Link to the course: https://open.vhb.org/blocks/ildmetaselect/detailpage.php?id=263
The advantages: You do not need to be registered as a student or be eligible for a degree to take part in this course. Just like the courses which are well established in the USA, anyone can take open university and adult education courses, further educate themselves and prepare for a university education. Everyone should find something to suit their needs, thanks to the broad range of courses on offer from the fields of humanities and cultural sciences, health and medicine, computer science, engineering, natural sciences, law, social sciences, foreign languages and economics.