Short facts 

Students11000
International students900
Full professors220
Degree programs48
Partner universities190
Date of foundation1971

 

 

OTH Regensburg

Faculties

  • General Studies and Microsystems Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • Business Studies
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Social and Health Care Sciences 

Contact

OTH Regensburg
P.O. Box 120327
93025 Regensburg
GERMANY

Profile

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg (OTH Regensburg) offers its students the best possible start for a successful professional career. With nearly 11,000 students, it is one of the largest technical universities of applied sciences in Germany. Nearly 50 practice-oriented Bachelor and Master degree programs in engineering, business studies, social and health services, architecture and design are characterized by their high level of quality in both teaching and research.

The five guiding themes of OTH Regensburg are Energy & Mobility, Information & Communication, Life Sciences & Ethics, Production & Systems, Building & Infrastructure. For all these fields Sensor Technology plays an important role.

OTH Regensburg works closely with numerous business enterprises interested in its wide range of dual study programs. Cooperation with industry in the region also plays a major role in teaching and research. Modern service facilities, an award-winning library and 120 laboratories all provide key support for successful studies at OTH Regensburg.

Due to more than 170 partnerships with other universities OTH Regensburg can offer their students a great variety of international experiences and connections. Moreover OTH Regensburg has developed a special Further Education program to enable lifelong learning while working. Besides a special platform for technology transfer guarantees an intensive exchange of applied research with our business partners, particularly in the field of Renewable Energy, Sensor Technology, Mechatronics and Bioengineering.

President Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Baier