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Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences

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The Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (BRSU) takes part in all IGCHE programmes because of the growing demand for computer scientists and engineers with an intercultural experience in India and Germany.

All about us

The BRSU was founded in 1995. It is a fairly young university with more than 5, 600 students and about 135 professors and 160 research associates as well as over 230 adjunct professors who are attached to the fields of business, industry and academia.

Teaching and research takes place on three campuses: Sankt Augustin, where the administration is situated with the president's office, Rheinbach and Hennef. BRSU also is one of the partners of the Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology - B-IT - jointly with Bonn University and Aachen Technical University (RWTH).

extension_building_outsideStudying at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences

Our constantly expanding range of both bachelor and master study courses comprises currently 25 degree programmes. All these courses are officially accredited by the German national accreditation system. An excellent "hands-on" study based on current research findings at a modern and very well-equipped university awaits you. At BRSU we are proud of our excellent infrastructure and well-equipped laboratories that are integral to our offer such as numerous PC workstations and an university-wide W-LAN. The buildings in Rheinbach and Sankt Augustin are new, having been erected between 1997 and 1999. Since 1999 they have been extended and further equipped, so that the laboratories and studios are very modern and represent the latest in technology. Students receive their own university e-mail address and can check up on their exam results on the intranet. They have practically round-the-clock access to the PC pools and project rooms that can be used for work outside the regular opening times.

IMG_5935At the campus in Sankt Augustin you will find the University and District Library Bonn Rhein-Sieg and a branch Departmental Library in Rheinbach that form an integral part of student life: These provide a versatile and attractive collection to all groups of customers: current scientific reference books and textbooks, non-fiction books, materials for education and further education, language learning materials, professional journals and daily newspapers, DVDs, videos, cassettes, CD-ROMs. Furthermore, the University Library is stocked with an extensive collection of database, which can in part also be accessed and used from home.

International Affairs

It is compulsory for our students to study at least one foreign language. The Language Centre, which is an integral part of the University, teaches approximately 25 languages, with a focus on technical language.

The Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences has a truly international profile. We maintain co-operative relationships with partner universities all over the world, approximately 50 universities in about 30 countries. International degree courses are an important part of the range of degree programmes on offer. We encourage our students to spend time abroad anywhere in the world, as well as to spend a semester or two at one of our numerous partner universities. In 2009, the proportion of international students enrolled at the University was roughly 12 %.

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