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Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body
University of applied sciences, public
Year of foundation
1812
Total number of Students
5,294
Students at this campus
5,294
Semester contribution
108.80 €
Tuition fees
no data

Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
4.2%
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
4.7%
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
39.2%
Humanities, Languages
0%
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
48.4%
Other studies
3.4%

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
81.7%
Master's degree
17.8%
Teacher qualification degree
0%
Pre-Bologna degrees
0%
Other types of degrees
0.5%

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling

Special features regarding the library

Locations: Main library in the IT and Media Center at the Friedrich Streib Campus; Departmental library on design at the Design Campus; Stock: 100,000 print media; 130,000 E-Books; 200 journals in print; 20,000 E-Journals; 250 board games; Services: Shared library catalogue with the Universities of Applied Sciences in Würzburg-Schweinfur and Aschaffenburg; Loans automatically posted via RFID; Return via RFID returns sorter, even outside of service hours; 170 workstations; 10 group spaces; DIN repository; Book scanner
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Foreign language center and courses

There is a foreign language centre. Languages offered: English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, sign language.
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Special features regarding university sports

The university offers its own sports programme. Some courses are free of charge, some subject to fees. University sports include a wide range of offers – both in-person and digital. In addition to classic (ball) sports, courses such as climbing, modern dance, ultimate frisbee or freeletics are also integrated in the program at Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Yoga is also offered, along with pilates, back training and progressive muscle relaxation. The courses are part of a concept for student health management. The offers are tailored to students’ needs and emphasise student participation. Sports: Traditional ball/team sports; Muscle building/fitness courses (freeletics, tabata, acrobatics, back training, etc.); Climbing; Dance as sport (zumba, dance fit, etc.); Yoga, pilates; Self-defence
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Last update 2023: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education