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FACULTY/STAFF > DEPARTMENTS & OFFICES > CENTER FOR GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT > EDUCATION ABROAD > SEMESTER AND YEAR LONG PROGRAMS > GERMANY - UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, DORTMUND
Germany - University of Applied Sciences, Dortmund




About Dortmund
www.fh-dortmund.de

The University of Applied Sciences of Dortmund was officially founded in 1971, its oldest predecessor institution, the "Royal Master Craftsmen's School for Mechanical Engineers" opened its doors as early as 1890. The Univeristy has some 30 different subject areas: from architecture, design, information and engineering sciences all the way to social studies, economics and business management. The university has more than 9,000 students. Dortmund is home to a growing number of forward-looking high-technology operations and competent services providers specializing in such fields as the media, software and in the insurance sector.The University of Applied Sciences supports this development with its key assets, namely highly qualified specialists.

Estimated Cost of the Program
  • Tuition - students pay Robert Morris tuition. All financial aid typically transfers except for dorm grants.
  • Health care coverage - For the admission at DUAS you need to hand in a copy of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). If you should not have the EHIC you need to show a letter of confirmation from a German health insurance (e.g. AOK, BEK, TK) that your insurance is valid in Germany
  • Plane ticket - $1000 - $1300
  • Housing - residence halls on campus/hostel in Dortmund $360 USD monthly
  • Other costs - Health insurance, living costs, additional costs, approximately $1000
Accommodation
  • On campus - Dormatory Halls
  • Off campus options - Hostel in Dortmund
Eligibility

Students are required to have a minimum 2.5 GPA, at least 45 credits, and be in good standing at RMU (Academic Services, Financial Services, Student Affairs).

Things to Do, Sites to See...

Cultural programme Munich, Hamburg, Dresden, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Cologne
International music festivals in Germany, the Wagner Festival at Bayreuth
Historic place names are Heidelberg, Passau, Regensburg, Aachen, Bremen, Trier, Hamelin and Coburg
Visit places like: Rhine and Moselle valleys, the Bavarian Alps and lakelands, the Baltic coast, the Harz mountains, Lake Constance, Saxon Switzerland, the Black Forest, the Bavarian Forest and the volcanic Eifel region.


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