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Retrospect

1971

The Rhineland-Palatinate University of Applied Science is founded and the the department of the University of Applied Sciences Trier Rhineland-Palatinate is founded.

1975

The Department of Business Administration III (organisation and business computer science) and the Department of Business Administration IV (financial, audit and taxation) is established.

1978

The Department of Food and Household Technology and the Department of Supply Engineering is established.

1980

Relocation to the former premises of the University of Trier at Schneidershof campus.

1985

The Faculty of Business Administration IV expands its offer of study programmes with a degree programme in European Business.

1994

The Department of Applied Computer Science is established.

1994

A new university of applied sciences is built on the grounds of a former U.S. hospital in Neubrücke (municipality of Birkenfeld) as part of a conversion scheme. A concept for a campus university, similar to Anglo-Saxon campus universities, is developed.

1995

 A study programme in mechanical engineering and a distance study programme in computer science are introduced for employed persons.

1996

The department of Trier as part of the Rhineland-Palatinate University of Applied Science becomes an independent university of applied scienes with three campuses in Trier, Birkenfeld and Idar-Oberstein on September 1.

1996

The new study site in Birkenfeld starts first programmes on October 1.

2001

A new study site at Irminenfreihof is inauguratet on June 21.

2001

30 years University of Applied Sciences Trier: The University of Applied Sciences Trier, with almost 4500 students is the largest university in Rhineland-Palatinate.

2002

The first bachelors and masters degree programmes are accredited (Bachelors of computer science, Masters of computer science.)

2003

Hand-over of keys ceremony takes place in the fully renovated premises of the Art Nouveau building at Paulusplatz on June 6.

2003

The structure of the University of Applied Sciences Trier is reorganised: the ten departments in Trier are restructured into

five new high-performance departments.

2008

In accordance with the declaration signed by the European Ministers of Education in 1999 in Bologna, Trier University of Applied Sciences converts all of its degree programmes into bachelor's and master's programmes.

2010

The University of Applied Sciences Trier is accepted as a full member of the EUA (European University Association).

2012

The name is changed from “Fachhochschule Trier” to „Hochschule Trier – Trier University of Applied Sciences“

Präsidialbüro, December 11, 2014