High on the picturesque banks of the Moselle River and overlooking the historic city of Trier, the biggest campus of Trier University of Applied Sciences is situated. Our university is gearing up for the future and is constantly in motion – more than 5.000 students on the Main Campus make sure of its vibrancy.
On the Main Campus, students can obtain degrees in technical and economic study programmes. The faculties Building and Supply Engineering, Computer Science, Technology, and Economics offer a wide variety of Bachelor's and Master's degrees as well as dual courses of study. Practice-oriented teaching is conducted in laboratories, workshops, and a large machine hall.
Trier University of Applied Sciences stands for high-performance, application-oriented research. Many of its research projects are distinguished by the fact that professors work closely with their students. Particular emphasis is placed on a high degree of the research areas' practical use and application relevance.
Large cities such as Berlin, Munich, and Hamburg may have their attraction. However, in cities such as Trier, traditional charm is fused with all the advantages of urban life. Trier's appeal is hightened by its close proximity to Luxembourg, Belgium, and France. Germany's oldest city is situated at the river Moselle, embedded in a world-famous wine region. At the same time, it is a young city with many sports and entertainment facilities.
On our Main Campus, you will find perfect conditions for studying in a special atmosphere. Vibrant campus life meets quiet places for study. Application-oriented learning and teaching take place in numerous laboratories and a modern machine hall.
The faculties Building and Supply Engineering, Computer Science, Technology, Economics, and Architecture offer a wide variety of Bachelor's and Master's degrees as well as dual courses of study.