Short facts 

Students17500
International students1800
Full professors490
Degree programs80
Partner universities250
Date of foundation1971

 

 

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Faculties

  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical, Automotive and Aeronautical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Building Services Engineering, Paper and Packaging Technology and Print and Media Technology
  • Applied Sciences and Mechatronics
  • Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Geoinformatics
  • Engineering and Management
  • Business Administration
  • Applied Social Sciences
  • Design
  • General and Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Tourism

Contact

Munich University of Applied Sciences
Lothstraße 34
80335 Munich
GERMANY

Profile

14 departments in the areas of Technology, Economics, Social Studies and Design offer more than 80 degree courses. Special study programmes can also be designed to meet your individual interests and needs.

MUAS offers a unique study experience, characterized by a practical approach to teaching and research and close contacts to business and industry. All professors have a minimum of five years’ professional experience in their respective fields and know-how to prepare students for successful careers. The University also offers a number of new study programmes in exciting fields such as Electromobility and Care.

As the second largest University of Applied Sciences in Germany, MUAS provides you with the best possible support and advice. Close contact between lecturers, administrative staff and students creates a pleasant and personal atmosphere. Here students are treated as individuals and made to feel at home.

Studying at MUAS is also highly beneficial for your career, allowing you to profit from the University’s excellent contacts and partnerships with the industry. As a high-tech economic metropolis Munich offers numerous employment opportunities and is an ideal place to study and live. For students, there are many opportunities to experience culture or become active yourself. After all, being a student is about more than just studying for exams. 

President Prof. Dr. Martin Leitner