Hochschule Fresenius





With around 10,000 students and vocational students at eight locations across Germany, Hochschule Fresenius [Fresenius University of Applied Sciences] is one of the largest educational institutions in Germany. Founded in 1848, as the Fresenius Chemical Laboratory, it was approved as a privately funded University of Applied Sciences in 1971.

The university offers full-time and part-time Bachelor's and Master’s degrees as well as vocational training and further education in its following schools: Business School, International Business School, Media School, Medical School, Psychology School, School of Chemistry, Biology & Pharmacy, AMD School of Design, and AMD School of Fashion. Its International Business School offers programmes in Cologne and Berlin.

The University was commended for its “broad and innovative range of Bachelor and Master programmes”, its “international atmosphere” and its “attractive links to the field of practice” by the German Council of Science and Humanities. Each study programme is accredited by the FIBAA (The Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation).

Courses offered through English