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Technische Hochschule Aschaffenburg

  • Würzburger Straße 45
  • 63743 Aschaffenburg
  • Phone: +49 6021 4206-0

Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body University of applied sciences, public
Year of foundation 2000
Total number of Students 3,203
Students at this campus 3,203
Semester contribution 60,00 € *
Tuition fees There are no study fees.

Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
0.0 %
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
0.0 %
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
49.0 %
Humanities, Languages
0.0 %
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
51.0 %
Other studies
0.0 %

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
90.8 %
Master's degree
6.9 %
Teacher qualification degree
0.0 %
Pre-Bologna degrees
0.0 %
Other types of degrees
2.2 %

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling
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Special features regarding the library
Well-equipped, up-to-date library with a range of work options: Individual and group work rooms, group work zone, area for quiet work; bookable caddies; self-service loans; long opening hours (before and during the examination periods until midnight); extensive range of e-media; training and individual supervision for the topic of literature and information (information competency) and academic work and writing (classroom and online). more information
Foreign language center and courses
There is a foreign language centre. Offered languages: English, French, German as a foreign language, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Finnish and Swedish as part of the new cultural elective "Destination North" from summer semester 2021. more information
Special features regarding university sports
The university offers its own sports programme. Some courses are free of charge, some subject to fees. Large variety of sports offers including current trends (e.g. callisthenics and cross training); health-oriented courses (e.g. yoga); organisation of own tournaments and events (e.g. beach volleyball and football); participation of students in regional and national championships (e.g. university championship Ultimate), sports opportunities also outside the official programme directly on campus (e.g. beach volleyball). more information
Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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