University of Applied Sciences, Mainz
|University of Applied Sciences Mainz|
|President||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Muth|
Faculty of Technology: 1269
Faculty of Design: 861Faculty of Business: 2675 (Winterterm 2012/2013)
|Location||Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany|
The University of Applied Sciences Mainz (German: Fachhochschule Mainz), usually shortened to FH Mainz, is an 1971 founded university located in Mainz, Germany. The University of Applied Sciences Mainz consists of three faculties: School of Technology, School of Design and School of Business. The common feature of all fields of study is the practical orientation of the university, the short periods of study and the internationally orientated courses. In 2009 the School of Business, the School of Technology with the departments Geoinformatics and Surveying and the administration of the university moved to the new location "Campus". All other departments will move as well in the near future to the new location "Campus".
- 1 History and profile
- 2 Business Law
- 3 Faculties and departments
- 4 Services
- 5 Study programmes
- 6 Family friendly university
- 7 How to get to the Campus
- 8 See also
- 9 References
- 10 External links
History and profile
The University of Applied Sciences Mainz was stated out of the in 1971 established University of Applied Sciences Rheinland-Pfalz in Mainz.
Predecessor institutions of the University of Applied Sciences were other educational institutions for example for civil engineers, artisans and artists. In the year of 1996 the University of Applied Sciences was re-established as an independent university with three faculties.
At the University of Applied Sciences Mainz a wide variety of study programs is offered, for example in architecture, civil engineering, geospatial and surveying, real estate project management, interior design, communication design, media design, technical building management, and economics (e.g. business management, international business, business law, career Integrating economics, economic computer science).
These study programs are divided into the three following faculties:
- School of Technology
- School of Design
- School of Business
The faculties are also divided in separate courses of studies:
The faculty of Technology offers:
- Civil Engineering
- Geoinformatics & Surveying
The faculty of Design offers:
- Communication Design
- Media Design
- Interior Architecture
The faculty of Business offers:
- Business administration & international business
- Business law
- Business computerscience
For students with a bachelor's degree the university offers a full-time 3-term (1,5-year) masters programme. The last term of the programme includes the masters thesis.
The University of Applied Sciences offers continuing education courses, in which professionals can acquire the additional qualification of Masters, for example, a part-time M.B.A. (WIN-MBA).
Faculties and departments
Location Campus Lucy-Hillebrand-Straße (Bretzenheim)
- School of Technology with the departments Geoinformatics and Surveying
- School of Business consisting of the departments business administration, business law and information management
Location Holzstraße(city center)
- School of Technology with the departments Architecture, Civil Engineering
- School of Design with the departments Communication Design, Media Design and Interior Architecture
The library is currently situated at the two locations: Campus and Holzstraße. The libraries at these locations provide the media for each faculty situated there: economics at the location at Campus; engineering and design at the location Holzstraße.
The libraries provide books, journals, electronic media and videos for the each subject areas taught at the University of Applied Sciences. In addition, it offers daily and weekly newspapers, general reference books etc. The inventory is as a rule freely accessible to everyone. Exceptions are CDs, DVDs, videos, DIN standards.
The University of Applied Sciences has also an AStA. The General Students' Committee (German: Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss) or AStA, is the acting executive board and the external representing agency of the (constituted) student body at the FH Mainz. It is therefore considered the student government and student representative organization. The AStA is separating in following sectors: administration, office, finance, executive board, university policy, international subjects, culture, light and sound, public relation, social matters, sport, traffic and directorate. They have an International Consultant for the special needs of foreign students. Furthermore they offer social advice. The AStA also organize parties for the first year students and for the whole FH.
Institutes at the FH Mainz
- Institute for spatial information and surveying technology.
- Institute for Architecture Mainz.
- Institute for sandwich technology - Mainz.
- Institute for media design.
- Design lab Gutenberg
- Institute as an interface between research and teaching of communication design.
- Institute for entrepreneurial action.
- Institute for applied management science and social entrepreneurship.
- The Research Group Municipal and Environmental Economics (FGKU).
The School of Business is made up of the two study programmes: Business Administration and Business Law.
|Full-time||Part-time consecutive||Part-time extension studies|
|Bachelor||BWL (Business Administration) WR (Business Law) (LL.B)||BIS (Business Administration work-study), awis (Information Systems job training-study), mmi (Media Management & IT job training study)|
|Master||Management (M.A.), WR (Business Law) (LL.M), International Business (M.A.) Webinar Information, International Business (M.Sc.)||Management (BIS, M.A.), IT Management (work-study)||WIN-MBA (Business Administration), Business Law (LL.M.), Taxation, Auditing, Public Private Partnership (LL.M)|
The School of Technology is made up of the three study programmes: Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geoinformatics and Surveying.
|Bachelor||Architecture||Architecture with integrated practical period|
|Master||Architecture: “Housing – Existence and Development||Real Estate Project Management (Continuing education)|
|Full-time||Part-time - Continuing education|
|Bachelor||Civil Engineering, International Civil Engineering, Facility Management, Civil Engineering (with Business Studies)|
|Master||Civil Engineering - Renovation, Facility Management||Civil Engineering - Renovation, Facility Management|
Geoinformatics and Surveying
|Bachelor||Geoinformatics and Surveying|
|Master||Geoinformatics and Surveying||Geoinformatics||Geoinformatics|
The School of Design is made up of the three study programmes: Communication Design, Media Design and Interior Design.
|Master||Master programme Gutenberg Intermedia|
|Bachelor||Interior Design / Interior Architecture|
|Master||Kommunikation im Raum|
Family friendly university
Studying at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz gives the students the chance to study with children. For this purposes a special program is established together with the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. To provide more kindergarten-places a new kindergarten is since 2010 under construction. This kindergarten is located on the new campus of the University of Applied Sciences Mainz.
How to get to the Campus
- You can get to the Location Campus by public transport:
- Linie 69 direction Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences)
- Linie 68 direction Klein-Winternheim
- Linie 75 direction Ingelheim
- By Car:
- Leave the Highway A-60 on exit Mainz-Lerchenberg. Stay on K-3.
- University of Applied Sciences Mainz (German) (English)