Mannheim University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Mannheim) is a public university of applied sciences located in Mannheim, Germany. It was founded in 1898 and has over 5,200 students enrolled in over 60 Bachelor’s and Master’s programs. The university is known for its strong focus on practical skills and its close ties to industry.
Mannheim University offers a wide range of programs in the following faculties:
Engineering and Architecture
Business and Economics
Social Sciences and Media
The university is also home to a number of research institutes, including the Center for Applied Research (ZAW) and the Institute for Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (ZfI).
Mannheim University is an internationally oriented university. The university has over 100 partner universities worldwide, and students have the opportunity to study abroad for one or two semesters. The university also offers a number of English-language programs for international students.