OFFER
🎁 This Holiday Season:
Give the Gift of Europe with 35% OFF

This college at a glance.

8000
Students enrolled in this school.
2
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
6
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

In 1994, an agreement was reached to compensate Bonn in various ways for this loss of status and income. The Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg was founded in 1995. The H-BRS was founded on the joint initiative of the Federal Parliament of Germany and the Federal Government of Germany, the parliament of the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the federal state government of North Rhine-Westphalia.

What are the admissions criteria?

The application deadline is July 15th. Germany has changed their admissions requirements again, starting for the 2021-22 school year, and now accepts AP scores!  Students who want to apply to programs related to the Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, and economics need scores of 3 in English. 

The foreign language needs to be French, Spanish, Latin or German, Math or natural science, which can be calc, Bio, Chem, or both Physics C tests; addition score in European History, American History, Computer Science, or Macro+Micro Economics. Students who want to apply for programs centered around Math, Science, and Technology need scores of 3+ in Math (specifically Calc) and Natural Science (Bio, Chem, or both Physics C tests). Language (French, Latin, German, Spanish, or English Lit or Lang/Comp)

Additional scores in European History, American History, Computer Science, or Macro-Micro Economics. 

Alternately, students with an IB diploma, an associate's degree, and 2 years of college credits (including specified courses) are also admissible.

What is student life like?

Sankt Augustin Campus, which is home to the Departments of Computer Science, Management Sciences, Social Policy, and Social Security Studies as well as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Technical Journalism/PR, comprises around 6,000 students. 

The Rheinbach Campus, with the Departments of Management Sciences and Natural Sciences, comprises around 2,400 students. Hennef Campus offers student living accommodations for students in its buildings. The 214 single rooms are each equipped with a shower, WC, television, phone, and internet access.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

Rooms in the student residences are limited and provided on a first come, first served basis. Rooms cost between 200 and 500 euros per month.

Dining information

Additional notes.

Find the college in Europe that fits you best.

Jump on the unique opportunity to find a degree from a top-ranking European university while still being able to study in English.

Explore more colleges in the same city.

Listen to the College Insights™ Podcast

Podcast Icon

What Transparent Admissions Requirements Really Mean

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
It’s that time of year again… College admissions are on the minds of many students who have attempted to get into their choice schools across the US; it can be a deeply confusing and stressful time for many.
Podcast Icon

Master's Degrees in Europe for International Students

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
Her conversation partner this week is Sean Dempsey, a past BTS member and recent graduate of the highly-ranked KU Leuven, in Belgium.
Podcast Icon

Will a European Degree Work for Me in the US?

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
Is a degree from Europe valuable enough in the US? Does it allow students to get into grad school and get a good job? Who gives accreditation to universities in the States?
Podcast Icon

How to Get a Master's Degree in Europe

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
In today’s episode, Jenn has an interesting discussion with Tiffany, a parent of one of our members, Ethan. She became so interested in the Beyond the States process herself so that she’s amid planning admission for herself and her husband – for a Master degree program in the EU!
Podcast Icon

Avoid the Pitfalls of College Rankings

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
How useful are college rankings actually? What do they measure? Can you find great colleges in Europe without relying on rankings?
Podcast Icon

The Myth of American Exceptionalism

Featuring Jennifer Viemont
We're going to be talking about the differences in the educational experience, meaning the academic side of things that students have in Europe versus in the US. So I'm always taken aback when people assume that universities in the US are the best globally.

Beyond the States matches you with your ideal English-taught college in Europe.

Beyond the States provides access to 11,400+ European bachelor's and master's programs across 870 universities, 550 cities, and 212 areas of study, plus all the resources you need to get there. No sponsorships. No bias.
3400+
English-taught bachelor's programs in our database.
8000+
English-taught master's programs in our database.
550
Beautiful European cities to choose from.
870
Top-tier universities accepting international students.
€293,558
Typical savings against a private university in the US.
€55,098
Typical savings against in-state tuition in the US.
All inclusive of tuition, living, food, books, health insurance, travel expenses, as well as hidden fees. Compiled with data from students and the official websites from KU Leuven, UNC, and Duke.

Search free learning material

This form searches blog posts, cities, countries, colleges, areas of study, podcasts, and guides. It does not search the database. To search for programs and colleges, please sign up and login.
Get Into the Best Colleges in Europe
Find your best fit program and get all the help you need to get in.
Go