Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences 

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With its main campus in Rosenheim and additional campuses in Mühldorf am Inn, Burghausen, and Chiemgau, the Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences, also known as TH Rosenheim, is a university in Rosenheim, Germany. The Austrian city of Salzburg and the Bavarian capital Munich are both one hour's drive from the TH Rosenheim. Business, technology, design, healthcare, and social studies are the university's primary research specialties. The institution, which was founded in 1971, is most well-known for its Faculty of Wood Engineering and Construction. More than 40 bachelor's and master's degree courses are now available at Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences' four branches. Over a thousand students successfully finished their studies at the TH Rosenheim in the 2018 examination year, and there were over 6000 students enrolled in the winter semester of 2018–19. In practice-oriented projects with cooperation partners from a wide variety of industries, their students gain important experience that goes far beyond just imparting specialist knowledge. From project management to specific research assignments, the theory-practice transfer is the focus of the Rosenheim course In Rosenheim, innovative power and market-focused practical relevance have a long history. They collaborate closely with business and industry, and through their study projects, final theses, offers of further education, and applied research, they serve as a forum, an originator, a collaborator, and a catalyst for prosperous economic growth in the area and beyond. The Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences has 80 partner institutions throughout the world and in Europe where students can choose to study. The ERASMUS+ international dual study program enables students to spend one to two semesters studying at a partner university in Europe while also having the freedom to attend any of the many partner universities worldwide.

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