How students and robots come together
RWU employees have developed a robot for students' remote learning. With the "ET1", the embedded systems lab comes to their homes.
Renovation work at the RWU
Renovation work has begun on the workshop and laboratory wing at Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences. The total construction costs amount to around 12.2 million euros.
A new start for the International Academy at Ravensburg-Weingarten University. Students of all subjects can benefit.
Sociological facets of the pandemic
Corona is not only a health crisis, but also a social crisis. Professor Dr. Andreas Lange takes a look at this society at the time of Covid-19.
Pandemic and equality
RWU surveys students about Corona Semester
The Corona pandemic challenges all members of the Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences (RWU) in their everyday work and studies. To learn from this for the coming semester, the university conducted a survey to get an idea of the experiences and impressions of the students.
Opportunities of digitalisation in tourism
Students at the RWU collected data on changed travel behaviour under the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic. The focus was on innovative IT applications for tourism and the willingness of travellers to include them in planning and holidays.
Semester start in online mode
The start of lectures for the summer semester was postponed during the corona crisis, but on April 20, lectures will now officially begin, albeit still by distance learning. 337 first-year students start at the Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences.
State gives universities planning security until 2025
Press release of the Rectors' Conference of the Universities of Applied Sciences in Baden-Württemberg on the conclusion of the University Financing Agreement II.
First steps into a new life
The Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences invites the new international students to the "Welcome and Orientation Week".
RWU-Rover-Team successful in Calgary
The "Rover to Mars" team of RWU was the first German university to take part in an International Rover Challenge - and brought a remarkable success back to Weingarten.
How can the mobility of the future be successfully implemented?
Around 150 guests come to the "Day of Electric Mobility and Sustainability" at RWU. The event highlighted the mobility of the future from different perspectives.