Landshut University of Applied Sciences offers 34 Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in its six faculties of Business Administration, Electrical and Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mechanical Engineering and Social Work.
We foster interdisciplinary skills and expertise
Our professors impart more than just subject-specific knowledge. They also promote social responsibility and commitment, and instruct students in rhetoric and communication. This is because these interdisciplinary skills make it easier for our graduates to enter the world of work.
We attach great importance to internationality
Landshut University of Applied Sciences maintains partnerships with universities and companies worldwide. Our students are able to gain experience with them on internships or study courses abroad. Our extensive range of language courses provides a strong foundation for this.
We are researching for the future
Light but strong materials, climate-friendly energy systems, optimum production logistics and the challenges of social change: at the Landshut University of Applied Sciences we are developing innovative and modern solutions. We cooperate closely with industry in the process.
Business Informatics is the science of designing, developing, applying, (economically) operating and further developing information and communication systems in industrial companies and public administration. Through its interdisciplinarity, it has roots in economics, and particularly business administration, and in computer science. Within the context of our programme, computer science is however accorded a greater significance than business administration, as we are of the view that a solid, broadly-based computer science education is indispensable for the competitiveness and professional profile of our graduates. However the advantage of an interdisciplinary education also poses a challenge - that of being equally skilled in different fields. Nevertheless, Information Systems is not simply the sum of the two core areas of Computer Science and Business Administration; instead over the course of the past few years it has become an independent field.