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Studying successfully in Rosenheim

Here you will find an overview of key information to help you plan your academic studies in Rosenheim:

Academic Calendar

  • Winter semester starts: 1 October
  • Summer semester starts: 15 March

Winter semester: 1 October - 14 February
Examination period: approx. 25 January - 10 February
Semester break: 15 February - 14 March
Application period: 1 May - 15 July

Summer semester: 15 March - 31 July    
Examination period: approx. 9 July - 23 July
Semester break: 1 August - 30 September
Application period: 15 November - 15 January

Degree Courses at TH Rosenheim

Click here for a brief overview of Courses offered at Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences. Key information on these courses can be found by following the links to other webpages which provide detailed information on course content and structure, career prospects and much more besides.

In addition, various events are held where prospective students can gain insight into studying and life as a student in Rosenheim.

German Language Courses in Rosenheim

Sprachenzentrum der Hochschule Rosenheim
We are pleased to offer German language courses free of charge to our international students.

  • German as a foreign language (level A1 and A2)

The Language Centre (Sprachenzentrum) at Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences offers two “German as a foreign language” courses (level A1 and A2) each semester, designed specifically for international students and run in parallel to their studies.

  • Technical German for engineering students (level B1 and B2)

Addionally, there is a new offer of "Technical German for engineering students" (level B1 and B2) for international students at Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences.

Volkshochschule Rosenheim
The Rosenheim Adult Education Centre (Volkshochschule Rosenheim) offers corresponding “German as a foreign language” courses at various skill levels for students who wish to further improve their German language skills.

Preparatory German Language Courses

DAAD - Learning German
The teaching language in most degree programmes at German higher education institutions is German. Sufficient language skills are therefore a prerequisite for studying in Germany.

Goethe-Institut - Online German Language Courses
Online German Language Courses for your career, studies or everyday life.

Goethe-Institut Munich
At the Goethe-Institut Munich you can learn German for your career, studies or everyday life.

German language courses at Munich University
For intensive German language courses during the semester break or additional immersion in the language during the semester we recommend participation in German language courses at Munich University. Students can also sit recognised German language examinations here (DSH, TestDaF) and attend relevant courses in preparation for these examinations.

Student Advisory Office

If you have general queries about studying at Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences or you are not sure which course to choose, the Central Student Advisory Office can  provide you with information and advice.

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