In the middle of THE university town. The SRH Campus Münster is the third campus of the SRH University of Applied Sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Münster is one of the most renowned and oldest university cities in existence. There are approximately 66,000 students per more than 315,000 inhabitants. In addition to attractive courses of study, Münster also offers you many opportunities in the areas of art, culture, leisure and gastronomy. And in this optimal environment are now also us: SRH!
Hamm/Münster belong together
Hamm and Münster are considered one campus. During your studies, you will also attend a few classes (by the day, of course) at our wonderful campus in Münster. Hamm and Münster are super close to each other. It takes you less than 30 minutes by train. Since you get a free semester ticket and both the Hamm and Münster campuses are directly or very close to the train station, this is no problem. And Münster is really a beautiful city. It is considered one of the most livable cities in Germany and is also fully trimmed for students. Perfect for you to spend a day there, too. Everything clear then? If not, feel free to call us for more information: 02381/9291-121.
Münster is considered a globally recognized university and educational center and is valued as a renowned research location. Münster is one of the most livable cities in the world and can boast numerous awards and honors. Let us show you what we have to offer you at the SRH Campus Münster. At the centrally located SRH Campus Münster, we have created a creative atmosphere and space for new learning: The rooms and equipment are ideal for group work or for working on research projects.
... won gold at the LivCom Awards in 2004 and was awarded the title "Most Livable City in the World" by the United Nations Environment Programme?
... won the title of "Most Child-Friendly City" in a survey conducted by Empirica Delasasse on behalf of "Bild hilft e.V. - Ein Herz für Kinder" in 2004?
... was named "Federal Capital for Climate Protection" by Deutsche Umwelthilfe for the second time in 2006?
... won a gold medal in the Europe-wide "Entente Florale" competition in 2007?
... was named "Germany's Number 1 Runner's City" by "Runner's World" magazine in 2008?
... received the European Energy Award in gold for its special climate protection projects in 2005, 2009 and 2012?
... was awarded the title "Bicycle Capital of Germany" by the ADFC for the 6th time in a row in 2015?
... in 2015 the city halls of Münster and Osnabrück were awarded the European Heritage Label by the European Commission as "Sites of the Peace of Westphalia"?
You got questions to our campus in Münster?
You want to know when it starts, how to apply, what it costs to study with us, why at SRH, how we support you, where you can live, etc.? We will try to answer all these questions for you as best as possible. Please feel free to contact us. We look forward to your questions and your interest in the new campus in Münster (Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 110, 48153 Münster).