Applications for admission to the first semester of a Bachelor degree program
Please note that a subject-related internship is mandatory for all Geisenheim University degree programs. Further information can be found on the web pages of the individual programs.
FC Campus to challenge the WEINELF in the Rheingau-Stadion on June 16.
Barbeque, drinks and public screening on the Geisenheim campus after the match
One European Championship ends and the next one begins!
The WEINELF team was runner-up in the Winzer-EURO 2016, and will be following this, on June 16, with a match against the student soccer team, FC Campus. Kick-off is at 5pm in the Rheingau-Stadion.
At 7pm, the Alte Weinfass will be offering a barbeque and drinks, in preparation for a public screening of the Germany v Poland first round European Championship match, which will take place at 9pm in the Aula.
Plant research benefits society as a whole
Professors of Hochschule Geisenheim University present their work
They develop botanical fine particle filters for cities and by restoring ecosystems, they ensure that humans will continue to benefit from the services nature provides: day in, day out, the scientists at Hochschule Geisenheim University conduct research on issues affecting the whole of society. On Thursday, April 21, 2016, Prof. Ilona Leyer, Head of the Working Group on Plant Ecology and Environmental Protection, and Prof. Heiko Mibus-Schoppe, Head of the Department of Urban Horticulture and Ornamental Plant Research, presented a cross-section of their work at their ‘inaugural lectures’ on the Geisenheim campus.
Prizes awarded for research on canopy management and UV-C irradiation of vines
Rheingauer Volksbank rewards outstanding students from Hochschule Geisenheim University with €1000 each
Climate change doesn’t stop at the vineyards: scarcely predictable weather conditions impede the fight against vine diseases and rising temperatures mean that grapes are producing more sugar, which results inwines with a higher alcohol content. Two students studying for a B.Sc. in Viticulture and Enology at Hochschule Geisenheim University have found appropriate solutions to these challenges – and have now been awarded the Rheingauer-Volksbank-Preis. They were presented with the award and €1000 prize money each at a ceremony held on April 22, 2016.
First Runner-up Paper Award for Maximilian Iselborn and Prof. Dr. Simone Loose in Adelaide
At the 9th Academy of Wine Business Research, the Runner-up Best Paper Award was won by Maximilian Iselbornand Prof. Simone Loose for their paper „Which success factors drive profitability of privately owned wineries“.
The Academy of Wine Business Research is the most important forum worldwide for research in this area, with more than 80 international papers presented. The Geisenheim researchers analyzed economics factors and their influence on the success of German bottled wine.
Winning design “Una Pizza Vegetariana” in the 9th show garden competition for the “FürstlichesGartenfest” at the Fasanerie Palace
“Una Pizza Vegetariana” is the name of this year’s winning design from Hochschule Geisenheim University in the 9th show garden competition for the “FürstlichesGartenfest” at the Fasanerie Palace. Landscape Architecture students Henriette Derix and Eva Schmidt convinced the jury with their imaginative interpretation of this culinary export hit on this year’s special theme “Italy”. The second prize also went to Geisenheim for “UtoPisa”, a fantastic, green, Leaning Tower of Pisa designed by Kai Faust and Martina Heims. Third prize was won by the TU-Dresden for “A Day at the Seaside”.
A New Type of University – Endless Possibilities
Only by combining a lot of viewpoints, is it possible to find new ones.
What would research be without practical experience? What would practical experience be without the knowledge gained from research? And what would education be without practical experience and the possibility to get right down to the roots of something? This is the reason why Research, Education and Practical Experience at Geisenheim University don’t just exist side by side, but are interactively linked, thus profiting greatly from each other.
The degree programs at our new type of university specialize in educating our students through the application of scientific methods and practical skills, also creating the scientists of the future.
The faculty of Geisenheim separated from the Hochschule RheinMain on January 1, 2013 and merged with the Research Center Geisenheim, to become Hochschule Geisenheim University.
You can find a comprehensive overview of the activities of all the areas within our new type of university, which is the first of its kind in Germany, at www.geisenheim-university.de.