Study in the City of the Cathedral
Since 2014, the ISM has also been represented by a campus in Cologne. Currently, around 350 students are studying at the campus of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences in the MediaPark, just a few minutes' walk from the Hansaring S-Bahn station. The Rhine metropolis is one of the most important business locations in Germany and impresses with its convenient location and a mix of different industries. The region has a long tradition as a center of trade and industry. In recent decades, the Cologne region has also been able to expand its position as a service and logistics center. Cologne is also well-known for being an innovative media city.
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Study programs available at the Cologne Campus
The university in Cologne focuses on degree programs in the field of international management and finance. What study programs and models are available in Cologne at this time? Check below:
Degree obtained: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
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Why study in Cologne?
When you think of Cologne, you can't miss the Cologne Cathedral (Dom) and the famous carnival. But the city on the Rhine has lots more to offer to its students. With around one million inhabitants, Cologne is the most populated city in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). The old town and the banks of the Rhine river attract numerous visitors.
The Hohenzollern Bridge is a popular photo spot and the museums and historical monuments are also worth a visit. The Zülpicher Street and the trendy neighborhoods of Ehrenfeld, Kawartier Latäng and the Belgian quarter attract with their numerous pubs and invite you to share a 'Kölsch' beer.
If you are new to the city of Cologne, you will love the open nature and the Rhenish cheerfulness. So take advantage of all the nice stuff Cologne has to offer you as a student.
Do you have any questions about studying? Please contact us!
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