The University of Applied Sciences Stralsund (HOST) is a young and innovative campus university. With its modern facilities, an excellent supervision ratio and its top location directly on the Baltic Sea, the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund offers optimal conditions for study, research and living.
The campus university, located directly on the Baltic Sea, offers prospective students a choice of 26 accredited Bachelor's and Master's programmes and a diploma supplementary course in German or English. As a relatively young university, which was only founded in 1991, Stralsund has many modernly equipped laboratories, lecture halls and seminar rooms, which guarantee an optimal learning environment. Moreover, the university offers on-campus living for up to 270 students within sight of the Baltic Sea.
At present, around 2,300 students from 41 countries study at the three schools of Business Studies, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. The range of courses include both classic subjects such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Business Administration as well as new and innovative courses such as IT Security and Mobile Systems, Motorsport Engineering and Tourism Development Strategies. Nearly all courses can also be taken in the form of a dual study programme with a highly practical component. The university cooperates with numerous companies for this purpose.
Because studying is important, but it is not everything, there are various leisure activities on campus. For example, the student project teams Baltic Racing, ThaiGer-H2-Racing and MariTeam Racing develop racing cars and motorcycles at the highest level. Recently, the HOST even celebrated three European Championship titles in a row! In addition, the campus has its own gym, weight room and sports field with a wide range of sports activities, such as beach volleyball, sailing and diving.
Although the HOST is a relatively small university in north-eastern Germany, it has a broad international network. Within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme, the university has 72 partner universities throughout Europe. Those who feel that this is not enough can also spend a semester abroad at one of the many partner universities worldwide in locations such as Oman, Australia, Brazil, Argentina and many other countries.