Education and further training, research and development on all aspects of wood as a material - many exciting projects are rooted in Rosenheim today, just as it was 90 years ago, when the predecessor to Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences was founded. An application and practice based education, excellently equipped workshops and labs, as well as individual support offer outstanding conditions for studying. Intensive contacts to numerous companies open up good career perspectives to students that are above-average - on an international basis, too.
Teaching, research and practice go hand in hand at Rosenheim and accompany industry representatives in the field of wood throughout their entire career. Referring to graduates as 'Rosenheimers' is recognised across the world as a trademark within the wood industry. Rosenheim's complete range of wood skills will be presented at Holz-Handwerk 2016 - the European trade fair for woodworking and wood processing.