Campus Weiden in Detail
Hetzenrichter Weg 15
Why to study in Weiden?
Weiden is a cosmopolitan city in the northern Upper Palatinate with infrastructural links to the Czech Republic and the administrative district of Upper Franconia. Our campus for the faculties of business administration and industrial engineering is also located here.
And this location has grown steadily in recent years - equipment and buildings are state-of-the-art. For our students, this means modern (IT) laboratories, lecture halls and library, so that project work, presentations and research activities can be carried out in the best possible way. What additionally distinguishes Weiden as a university location is the familiar atmosphere between students and the direct contact to lecturers and staff.
Adjacent to our buildings at the Weiden site, as the crow flies, is the student dormitory at the Postkeller, 50 meters away. Another dormitory is also only 500 meters away from the campus. If you want your own apartment, you can also settle outside the student dormitories thanks to the fair rental prices.
One of the highlights of Weiden is the old town. Historic buildings form the backdrop for countless shopping opportunities and places to eat. The city also offers a wide range of cultural activities. Great events, a diverse nightlife and other events round out the overall package. Here you will find detailed information about Weiden's cultural offerings.
Weiden is the economic center of the northern Upper Palatinate. A large number of companies are located within a radius of 50 kilometers. These range from world market leaders in the mechanical engineering and logistics sectors to numerous global players in the automotive sector and well-known trading companies.
Our university's cooperation with these companies enables you to gain practical experience and also offers you numerous career opportunities after your academic education. Hand in hand, we stand with regional companies for the goal: "High-quality education of top performers from the region for the economy of the Upper Palatinate and beyond."