Completing a semester abroad in Rosenheim

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

Academic calendar

  • Winter semester starts: 1 October
  • Summer semester starts: 15 March
  • Welcome Days: one week before semester start

Winter semester: 1 October - 14 February

Examination period: approx. 25 January - 10 February    
Semester break: 15 February - 14 March    
Application deadline: 1 June    


Summer semester: 15 March - 31 July    

Examination period: approx. 9 July - 23 July        
Semester break: 1 August - 30 September        
Application deadline: 1 December        

Courses taught in English

Here you will find information about the English-taught courses on offer for exchange students in Rosenheim:

Business Studies

Courses in Business Studies (BW & WI) / Bachelor & Master Module descriptions (BW)
  Module descriptions (WI)


Technology Studies

Courses in Computer Science (INF) / Master Module descriptions (INF)
Courses in Engineering (ING) / Master Module descriptions (ING)
Courses in Wood Technology (HTB) / Master Module descriptions (HTB)


Please note: Bachelor’s students are allowed to join Master’s courses if appropriate for them.


Design Studies

Course "Design, Architecture, Landscape and Society" (please see the General Electives below)  


Language Centre: General Electives & Languages

Overview on General Electives & Languages

All module descriptions can be found by clicking on the respective course name in this overview. 

Link Language Centre / Sprachenzentrum (AWPM)

Virtual courses / vhb
Here you can find information about additional courses (e-learning courses, free of charge) on offer for students at TH Rosenheim, organized by the Bavarian Virtual University (BVU / vhb).

Timetable / StarPlan

Departmental coordinators

The departmental coordinator at TH Rosenheim is the professor in charge of international relations at the faculty. Exchange students can contact their departmental coordinator for content-related and subject-related queries regarding their academic studies at TH Rosenheim. The Learning Agreement has to be signed by the person in charge at the exchange student's home university and the departmental coordinator at TH Rosenheim. The International Office does not sign the Learning Agreement.

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