The Rottenburg University of Applied Forest Sciences is a Fachhochschule in Rottenburg am Neckar, in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The special profile of the university is the principle of sustainable development. In April 2008 the university was winner of the contest "Profile and Cooperation – excellence strategies for small and middle universities". The contest was announced by the "Founder's Organization for German Sciences" and the "Heinz Nixdorf Foundation".
Sustainability – Basis for Successful Studies Studying at Schadenweilerhof – hardly any other university offers such a unique atmosphere: personal interaction instead of massive crowds. Historical walls and the most modern research facilities, surrounded by 2,500 ha of research forest. With appr. 850 students, the University of Applied Sciences Rottenburg is small but precisely because of this it is an innovative university. With a clear forestry science profile and six pioneering degrees: • Forest Sciences, Bachelor of Science • BioEnergy, Bachelor of Science • Water Resource Management, Bachelor of Science • Applied Wood Technology, Bachelor of Science • Sustainable Rural Development and Regional Management, Bachelor of Science • SENCE , Master of Science
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