1. I have arrived in Rüsselsheim. How do I get to the campus?
RheinMain University of Applied Sciences has several locations. Our faculty's address for visitors is Am Brückweg 26, 65428 Rüsselsheim am Main. This is where classes are held, and the faculty's administration has its offices here. You can find a map and various descriptions of how to get to our campus on the Location, Maps and Directions page.
2. How do I get from A to B?
The easiest way to find out when a bus or train is running in the Wiesbaden/Frankfurt area is the RMV website. For trains operating throughout Germany, the best place to look is Deutsche Bahn’s website.
3. Whom can I contact if I have a problem?
You can email the Coordination of International Affairs office at arijana.cajo-fejzic(at) at any time. In addition, the university’s hs-rm.deInternational Office will provide you with all the necessary information for getting started at the university. For contact with other students, the university offers a Buddy-Program, where you can get to know a fellow student who will support you. Detailed information can be found on the Buddy-Program website. You can also contact the student tutor from the faculty Mohamed.Bouraatour(at)hs-rm.de.In addition, the AStA (student union) and the Fachschaft (Internal Faculty Student Committee) are there to help you with any concerns you may have as a student at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences.
4. Where do I find the information which is relevant for me?
You can log into your StudIP account with the HDS login details that you will receive after enrollment before the semester begins. Here you will find information about the individual degree programs and lectures, such as “Mr. X's lecture is cancelled today”.
5. How do I register for the courses?
You register for lectures via Stud IP shortly before the start of the semester in order to have access to scripts and other relevant documents.
6. Where can I find the lecture notes?
Most professors post the lecture notes in Stud IP, others distribute the notes in the first lecture. As a rule, you should assume that all lecture notes are relevant for the exam!