Kleve and Klamp-Linfort, Rheinland, Germany
Founded by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in May 2009, Rhine-Waal University is one of Germany’s newest third-level institutions.
Rhine-Waal University is a modern, innovative and internationally-oriented college on the Lower Rhine River, offering at the locations in Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort a comprehensive higher education in the specialty fields of Technology and Bionics, Life Sciences, Society and Economics and Communications and Environment.
The University offers students and staff state-of-the-art resources– from libraries to language centers and research center as well as canteens, cafeterias and dormitories.
The cities of Kleve, Emmerich and Kamp-Lintfort and the surrounding areas offer university members an especially interesting and appealing environment. The two regions unite natural scenic beauty with diverse cultural and leisure possibilities, and the potential for a wide-ranging student way of life. At the same time, both regions are near large urban centres in the Rhineland and close to the Dutch border.
Degree Courses Available Through English
BSc Sustainable Agriculture
BA International Taxation and Law,
BA International Business and Social Sciences
BA Information and Communication Design
BSc Mobility and Logistics
BSc Environment and Energy
Bsc Systems Engineering
Overview of the Town or City
Swan Castle is the landmark of Kleve, which the citizens of Kleve fondly like to keep always in view. Sounds old-fashioned? In this case, however, it is totally “trendy”. The Kleve Harbor Beach Bar has offered for two years a tropical feeling with a hometown panorama.
Whether a cocktail or a dark beer – those planning an evening out are spoilt for choice, yet must bear the anguish of choice. Rock music by Go-Music Line-up in Cafe Country, blues, folk and rock concerts of the Society Sound Factory, jazz in Central Café, world music or the concerts of a special array by the city of Kleve. Or simply dancing the tension of the week away in Night Theatre, Night Fever, or Wheel Well.
And then there are still the annual Open-Air-Highlights such as “Summer Open Air” in the courtyard of the castle, the Festival Courage, the Festival of Lights in the Park, and so on …
Those looking for big-name gigs need only to go a few kilometers across the border. In Goffertpark in Nijmegen or in Gelredome in Arnhem is an endless coming and going of the likes of Lenny Krawitz, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, the Rolling Stones or Tina Turner.
In summary, the town has 32 restaurants, 24 pubs, 26 cafés and 4 discos
No Tution Fees. Just an admin fee of €444 pa [which also entitles students to a free travel card]