We're glad that you're interested in learning more about the exchange programs offered by RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. On the following pages, you'll find the key information about organizing your stay with us.
The RheinMain University of Applied Sciences is a member of the uni-assist membership corporation (the University Application Service for International Students), an organization jointly managed by over 50 German universities.On behalf of the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Uni-assist assumes the task of evaluating application documents of applicants with international high school leaving/university certificates. All university applicants who earned their higher education entrance qualification abroad and intend to apply for a first semester at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences must – regardless of nationality – apply through uni-assist.
Candidates applying for a master's degree program who gained their first degree abroad are also required to apply via uni-assist.
uni-assist advises to apply well in advance so that you still have the possibility to send missing documents before deadline.
Some groups of individuals and degree programs are not subject to the uni-assist procedure. It is thus important that you read the following application information carefully. All the important information on admission requirements, language skills and the application procedure can be found here:
The RheinMain University of Applied Sciences offers a DSH preparatory course and examination for international students applying to study here.
The DSH preparatory course is aimed primarily at applicants who are interested in enrolling in a degree program at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. In the case that only limited places are available, applicants intending to pursue studies at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences will be given first choice.
Prospective students can only register for the DSH examination if they also apply for a place at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. Students can register for the next DSH exam via uni-assist.
DSH examination regulations (PDF 47 KB) in German only
The international tutors are available to students to answer everyday questions and assist with problems at the RheinMain university. They advise students on how they can structure and organize their studies, and also provide information about housing, jobs, administrative procedures and recreational activities.
Study in Germany
Welcome to RheinMain University of Applied Sciences! We're very pleased that you've chosen our university and would like to provide you with some information and tips on how you can organize your studies and life in Germany.
Important and useful detailed information can be found here on the topics in our "Guide for International Students".
The brochure and an accompanying CD are available at our International Office.
Guide for international Students
We've set up an exchange program to facilitate the sharing and exchanging of ideas and experience between students. German students taking part in the buddy program act as a first point of contact for their foreign buddies. At the same time, German buddies can learn a lot about other cultures, improve their intercultural skills and participate in events offered for international exchange students.
Exchange students are automatically part of the buddy program and do not have to apply for it. They will be contacted by their buddy a few weeks before the start of the exchange.
The team of the International Office is looking
forward to welcoming you on:
Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 09:00.
at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Kurt-Schumacher-Ring 18, Wiesbaden.
The German intensive course will take place from March 16 to 29, 2018.
Wiesbaden’s Immigration and Integration Office ("Amt für Zuwanderung und Integration") provides information about:
- residence permits
- visa requirements
- working permits