Year of foundation: 1855
Approx. number of students: 4,200
MCI partner since: 2014
Reutlingen is a city in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is the capital of the eponymous district of Reutlingen. It has about 110,000 inhabitants. Today Reutlingen is home to an established textile industry and also houses machinery, leather goods and steel manufacturing facilities. It is famous for having the narrowest street in the world, Spreuerhofstraße (width 31 cm).
Reutlingen University (in German Hochschule Reutlingen; formerly FHTW Reutlingen) is a university of applied sciences in Reutlingen in the southern German state of Baden-Württemberg. Enrollment stands at about 4,000 students, a quarter of whom are international and exchange students. Reutlingen University's campus sits on the southwestern edge of Reutlingen, close to recreation and sport areas (including the city soccer stadium). Two bus lines serve the campus, and the town center is a 20-minute walk away. Two neighborhood centers are each a five-minute walk from campus and the dormitories, featuring shopping centers, banks, and doctors.
The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the main fields of:
International business (the university's ESB Reutlingen offer single and dual degree undergraduate and MSc/MBA programs with business schools in various countries)
Information and organization (informatics and production management)
Technologies (chemistry, textile design/technology, and engineering).