Since 2005, the SRH University of Applied Sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia has been part of SRH, a leading provider of educational and health services. It operates private universities, educational centers, schools and hospitals. With 14,500 employees, SRH serves more than one million educational customers and patients per year and generates a turnover of almost one billion euros. The parent company is SRH Holding (SdbR), a non-profit foundation based in Heidelberg. SRH aims to improve the quality of life and opportunities for its customers.
The SRH Campus Rheinland is a new campus of the SRH University of Applied Sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia. Like all universities in the SRH network, the SRH Campus Rheinland stands for qualified training, small learning groups, practice-oriented studies and a high success rate of graduates. We train leaders for the growing job market of business-related technical services. In doing so, we have placed the focus of our study programs on promising industries.
The SRH University of Applied Sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia, to which the Campus Rhineland belongs, is state-approved. In addition, with the overall accreditation of the university in 2014, it received the seal of approval of the highest German scientific body, the “Wissenschaftsrat” (German Science Council). With this accreditation, the Council of Science and Humanities ensures the standards in research and teaching and checks whether they meet recognized standards. Among other things, the Council of Science and Humanities praises the high level of identification of the teaching staff with the university and the pronounced commitment to teaching and student support. The university was reaccredited in 2018.
The Program Accreditations
All study programs of the SRH University of Applied Sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia have been or will be accredited by accreditation agencies and thus bear the quality seal of the German Accreditation Council. The accreditation guarantees the adherence to predefined quality criteria. Our students can be sure that our study programs are of a high academic level and at the same time relevant to the market. Our quality management ensures a consistently high academic level.
We prefer to answer this question on our premises.
Why? Because we would like to show you what really makes us different and why it is worthwhile to invest in studying at SRH.
Compared to state universities, you study on campus in Leverkusen in small study groups. The guidance by the lecturers is very extensive. Short distances and quick answers will help you to succeed in your studies.
As a rule, our lecturers are not classic university lecturers who give lectures, but specialists and experts in their subject areas who provide interactive teaching that is geared to the professional requirements of the working world.
Leverkusen is located between the more well-known cities of Cologne and Düsseldorf in the middle of the Rhineland in North Rhine-Westphalia. It has about 160,000 inhabitants. Leverkusen offers you everything that is important for you and your studies: an attractive and modern educational and business location with a wide range of sports, leisure, shopping and cultural facilities right on the Rhine.
You can find more information about Leverkusen on the city's website: www.nrw-tourism.com
Cultural activities can be found on this website: www.nrw-tourism.com
If you want to travel to Germany by plane, we recommend that you choose Cologne/Bonn Airport (CGN) or Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) as your destination. In Germany the most important service provider in the railroad sector is Deutsche Bahn (DB).
From Cologne/Bonn Airport to Leverkusen Central Station The journey takes about 35 minutes (you have to change trains in between).
From Düsseldorf airport to Leverkusen central station: The journey takes about 35 minutes (you have to change trains in between): The journey time with a direct train is about 25 minutes.
From Frankfurt Airport to Leverkusen: You have several options to choose from, but please note that there is no direct connection. You will need to change trains at least once (travel time about 90-165 minutes).
Please make sure that you have a valid ticket. You can buy a train ticket in one of the following two ways: 1. buy a ticket from a ticket machine at the station. 2. buy an online ticket before your arrival. You can save the ticket as an online ticket (PDF) on your mobile device, load it into the DB Navigator app or take it with you on your trip as a printout.
You have the choice between a regional train (RE) or a long-distance intercity express train (IC or ICE).
For more information on all Deutsche Bahn booking options, payment options, ticket exchange and reimbursement, and your passenger rights, please visit: www.bahn.de
If you have a high school diploma (Abitur), a vocational baccalaureate (Fachabitur), a technical college diploma (Fachwirt) you have formally fulfilled the admission requirements. For the dual study programs, you will also need a cooperating partner company before you start studying. For the extra-occupational study program Social Work, you are also expected to have professional experience and a current employment relationship in the field of social work.
Please check https://www.srh-campus-rheinland.de/en/application-and-service/ for the exact admission requirements. You don't have a high school diploma or vocational baccalaureate? No problem. The next point explains how you can still study.
With professional experience to related studies
If you have successfully completed at least two years of training, you can also study. In order to do so, you must also have worked in the profession you learned for at least three years after completing your training. You will be granted direct access to the program if your professional activity is related to your field of study or if your professional experience is close to the program.
With work experience, but not related to the desired course of study
If the two-year training and/or at least three years of work experience are not related to the chosen course of study, you will have to take an aptitude test on our campus. This is where your ability to study is assessed.
The application for a study program at the SRH Campus Rheinland is easy and comfortable online at https://campus.fh-hamm.de. Here you have the choice (not for all study programs) whether you want to study in Hamm or in Leverkusen.
Once registered, you can easily enter your data and upload certificates and other forms. You can also apply if you do not yet have your university entrance qualification (high school diploma, bachelor's degree certificate or similar). Simply submit your documents to us until the start of your studies.
We are not bound by any specific application or enrollment deadlines.
However, in order to guarantee a smooth processing of your application and to allow you the necessary time to prepare for the start of your studies, we ask you to apply early.
If you decide to study with us only a few weeks before the start of your studies, this is not a problem. However, since we are also dependent on external service providers, you may have to be patient until all important documents have arrived at our office.
We have neither waiting times nor an NC.
We want to give every young person who fulfills the admission requirements the opportunity to study. Grades say something, but not everything. We expect motivation and the absolute will to successfully complete the studies.
The process as a foreign applicant to study at our university is subject to certain requirements. The International Office can provide you with further information. Here you will also find a lot of information about the admission requirements, fee modalities, housing offers, the application process and enrollment.
The process as a foreign applicant to study at our university is subject to certain requirements. Further information can be obtained from the International Office. Here you will also find a lot of information about the admission requirements, fee modalities, housing offers, the application process and enrollment.
Here you will find the english version of the website: https://www.srh-campus-rheinland.de/en/
The standard period of study for a Bachelor's degree is 6 semesters. This corresponds - including the work on the bachelor thesis - to a study period of three years.
Our Master's programs usually last 4 semesters. A 6-semester study variant is also possible in the distance learning program Supply Chain Management.
As a rule, due to our CORE principle, which is unique in NRW, examinations are held after each of the five-week blocks.
The lecture-free time for the attendance students is approximately in the months February and March or August and September.
To map the study lifecycle you work with the learning management portals ILIAS and CampusNET. These portals map your digital student life and allow you to organize your studies and to retrieve accompanying information such as curricula, digital scripts, teaching materials, exercises, contact information etc.
First of all, we hope that you enjoy your studies. We will make every effort to achieve this.
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If you have problems with content, finances or organization, please contact us directly. We will sit together and try to find a solution. Usually we will find a way for you to continue your studies.
The SRH Campus Rheinland is part of the private university and is primarily financed by tuition fees. These are used for teaching, administration, organization and research. The campus strives to operate efficiently in order to keep the fees low without compromising the studies.
The tuition fees are collected monthly from your account. In addition, there is an enrolment fee for the attendance, dual and part-time courses of study.
If you get into financial difficulties during your studies, please do not hesitate to contact us to find a solution, e.g. by individual payment arrangements. Your studies should not fail because of this. We are committed to this.
Different payment conditions apply for foreign applicants: Non EU-citizens will be asked to pay the amount for 12 months of the respective course fees as well as the one-time registration fee in advance. It is also mandatory for the student to pay the amount for 12 months of the respective course fees for an additional year at the latest 3 months before the start of the new academic year.
We cannot pretend that companies that work with us in the dual study program or in part-time or distance learning programs will pay the tuition fees or part of them.
However, as a rule, most companies contribute to the financing of the studies. As a rule, the company recognizes the added value of such a personnel development measure and regards the assumption of the tuition fees as an investment. After all, the company can thus prepare its employees for management positions or retain skilled workers.
First of all, get a systematic overview of your own financial situation, i.e. of your expenses and your income. That way you will know what you need to finance your studies with us. After you have dealt with the possible expenses and income, i.e. the financing requirements, you start by making a plan. Think about which financing options are available and which ones suit your situation. Since one of the options listed in the financing brochure available for download below is rarely sufficient to finance the entire study costs, a mix of different options is usually the solution.
Of course we offer the possibility to visit us on site and discuss the financing with us. Then you have the opportunity to visit the university directly.
Just give us a call!
Your contact person from the student advisory service will be happy to help you personally at + 49 (0)214 330139-22 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not rely on traditional university lecturers, but on experts from the business, trade, industry and service sectors, who are not only employed in teaching, but are also involved in the curricular elaboration and further development of the teaching content.
You have a question about a course, don't understand the material, have problems with the exam preparation?
Then please contact the lecturer directly. The doors are always open and the lecturers are at your disposal. We want to avoid long waiting times for appointments. Write to the lecturers or call them directly.