- 18 years of age or above
- Good academic and disciplinary standing at Penn State
- 2.75 cumulative GPA or better at the time of application review
- Junior standing or above at the start of the program
As one of the most important educational institutions in southeastern Bavaria, Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences combines a multifaceted and innovative profile with solid regional roots and an international reputation. The close links between the university, industry, and research are a key focus. Students discover a practical approach to learning and an ideal learning environment in this network. They acquire team skills and problem-solving expertise.
Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences is known for its open and friendly atmosphere. Whether it be the students, the lecturers, or the staff: everyone is committed to working together to shape the university. Intensive and individual support provided by lecturers, study in small group settings, application-focused teaching and training, and the interdisciplinary exchange between the subjects and faculties characterize everyday student life. Added to this are the many well-equipped workshops and laboratories, which offer broad technical as well as creative scope for course-specific projects in all subjects.
Students gain important experience that extends beyond the boundaries of pure specialist knowledge by taking part in practical projects with partners from diverse industries. From project management to specific research assignments, the concept of theory-practice transfer forms the focus of study at Rosenheim and prepares students for the challenges of real working life in the best possible way.
Summer: Mid June to early July
Refer to the program website for the specific dates, if available.
Rosenheim is a picturesque city with a population of approximately 61,000 residents that charms inhabitants and visitors alike with its southern flair and Alpine appeal. The impressive Alpine panorama and nearby mountains and lakes are home to all manner of sporting and leisure activities throughout the year, which provides for a very high quality of living for Rosenheim's students. Rosenheim is located in Southeastern Germany close to the Austrian border.
Education Abroad in Countries with a Penn State Restricted Travel Designation
In order to comply with Penn State’s International Travel Policy, students interested in studying abroad in countries that Penn State has designated as “restricted” for travel, a petition for a waiver must be submitted. Once a petition is complete, and if the student is approved for study on the program in question, the student may be asked to meet with the Director of Education Abroad and the petition will be reviewed by the Penn State International Restricted Travel Committee (IRTC). The necessary petition will be included in the online application process for this program. To see if your program is taking place in a restricted travel country, please visit the Penn State Global website.