Cologne University of Applied Sciences
Cologne University of Applied Sciences, also known as Fachhochschule Köln (CUAS), was founded in 1971 and is well–recognized by German employers for its department of Business Administration and Management. In 1995 the department was ranked 14th out of 120 German–speaking universities reviewed by Germany's Manager Magazine. CUAS is located close to the city center of Cologne near the banks of the Rhine River.
Köln (spelled Cologne in English) is an interesting and lively city, the fourth largest in Germany. This cosmopolitan city is home to more than a million inhabitants. Köln has a university town feeling with about 80,000 students, too. Just about everywhere you can see examples of the cultural and historical treasures from the city's 2,000 year history. For example, the city's most famous landmark is the Köln Cathedral with two spires over 157 meters high. The view from the top is worth the climb. Köln provides accessible transportation within the city, country and throughout Europe with more than 1,200 train arrivals per day in its main railway station. Modern high–speed trains link Köln with London, Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Berlin at hourly intervals.
Fachhochschule KölnFakultät 03 Institut für Translation und Mehrsprachige KommunikationMainzer Str. 5 50678 Köln, Germany+49 (0) 221-8275-3950
Copyright © 2012 University of North Florida1 UNF Drive | Jacksonville, FL 32224 | Phone: (904) 620-1000
Contact | Emergency | Privacy | RegulationsDisability Accommodations