Campus 02 University of Applied Sciences

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The CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences offers technical, scientific and business degree programmes oriented towards the international challenges of a modern professional environment. International Marketing & Sales Management and Financial Accounting & Management Accounting are two management science degree programmes on offer at CAMPUS 02 UAS. The three interdisciplinary technical degree programmes are Automation Technology, guaranteeing technical progress in product development and in manufacturing, Information Technologies & Business Informatics, optimising knowledge management, business processes and communication and Innovation Management, representing a combination of management and technology. Together with the academic teaching staff a great number of lecturers from industry take care of the practical content of the courses taught.

Faculties and programmes

Extra-Occupational. Automation Technology | Information Technologies & Business Informatics | Innovation Management
Full-Time / Extra-Occupational. International Marketing & Sales Management | Financial Accounting & Management Accounting


CAMPUS 02 UAS has close practical links with companies and industrial enterprises and thus an ideal dual access to science and practice. CAMPUS 02 UAS is a university of applied sciences that puts much emphasis on "entrepreneurship" and sees itself as a "university of applied sciences of the economy" for the economy. With the extra-occupational courses we offer incoming students also have the opportunity to do a corresponding work placement besides attending courses – in a network of working students – and to gain practical experience abroad. Many companies are partners in various projects undertaken during the degree programmes and in the written theses to be prepared. All degree programmes taught at the University of Applied Sciences are offered as extra-occupational courses with teaching sessions held on Fridays, from midday onwards, and on Saturdays. The business management programmes are also taught as full-time courses (ft) from Monday to Thursday and Monday to Friday, respectively.