Cologne University of Applied Sciences
|Cologne University of Applied Sciences|
|the Royal Provincial Trade School|
|Established||1 August 1971|
|President||Christoph Seeßelberg |
|1600 (430 professors)|
|Location||Cologne, Gummersbach and Leverkusen, NRW, Germany|
|Campus||Cologne (Deutz) IWZ, Cologne (Ubierring), Gummersbach, Leverkusen|
Cologne University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule Köln) is a higher education institution in Cologne, Germany, established in 1971. It was created from a merger of numerous smaller colleges, the oldest of which was the Royal Provincial Trade School, founded in 1833, and renamed Trade College of the City of Cologne on 15 December 1879.
The Cologne University of Applied Sciences is the largest university of Applied Sciences in Germany by number of students.
- Faculty of Applied Social Sciences (F01)
- Faculty of Culture Sciences (F02)
- Faculty of Information and Communication Science (F03)
- Faculty of Economic Sciences (F04)
- Faculty of Architecture (F05)
- Faculty of Construction Engineering and Environmental Technology (F06)
- Faculty of Information, Media and Electrical Technology (F07)
- Faculty of Vehicle Systems and Production (F08)
- Faculty of Plant, Energy and Machine Systems (F09)
- Faculty of Informatics and Engineering (F10)
- Faculty of Applied natural Sciences (F11)
- Faculty of Digital Games, Cologne Game Lab (F13)
The Cologne University of Applied Sciences has campuses in Cologne at Neustadt-Süd for faculties related to humanities and Deutz for faculties related to engineering. It also operates two campuses in Gummersbach and Leverkusen.
- Website (German) (English)
- International Office - English Accessed July 2, 2009.
- German Universities of Applied Sciences, Alliance for Excellence Accessed July 2, 2009.
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