With campuses in Aachen, Cologne, Münster und Paderborn, the Catholic University of Applied Sciences is an important part of higher education in North Rhine - Westphalia.
While the campuses have much in common, each maintains its own focus and character.
Located southwest of the other campuses, the Aachen division has around 800 students. Its main degree programmes are social work, childhood education, and cooperative management. It also offers a programme in social work for mothers - one of a kind in Germany.more
The Cologne division is the largest of the four campuses. It’s home to two department - Social Services and Health Science - has some 1,200 students and serves as the Rector’s Office and the headquarters of the university administration.more
The 750 students enrolled at the Münster campus all specialise in some area of social services. Münster offers degree programmes in social work, special education, social services management and supervision.
Located in the middle of the archdiocese, the Paderborn division is the most eastern of the four campuses. It has around 750 students and two departments - Social Services and Theology.more