Working together for future innovation: Knowledge transfer in business and society
With up to 10,000 students, Koblenz is the largest university of applied sciences in Rhineland-Palatinate. In addition to practice-oriented research and teaching, the university is committed to facilitating science transfer to the business and social sectors in the region and beyond. At our three campuses in Koblenz, Remagen and Höhr-Grenzhausen, academic researchers in six faculties carry out interdisciplinary research in three major fields: natural sciences, technology and social sciences. Koblenz University of Applied Sciences is a strong regional partner.
Koblenz University of Applied Sciences not only provides companies with skilled and professional future employees, we also facilitate joint research, knowledge transfer and development projects, and provide research services. This enables targeted cooperation between the university and businesses, which allows companies to gain access to our expertise and resources, as well as to research funding programmes.
Our dual study programmes already involve collaborations with over 330 companies and professional partners. This makes our university an important cooperation partner for businesses and social enterprises in northern Rhineland-Palatinate.
Key advantages for cooperating companies:
- Specialist expertise through cooperations with faculties and institutes, as well as knowledge transfer to your company
- Access to the latest research results
- Access to state-of-the-art laboratories
- Support in accessing funding programmes
- Ensuring effective economic performance thanks to new products, processes and expertise
- Patent advice through the university
- Support for start-ups and setting up a company through the Start-up Office at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences
- Securing a skilled workforce through dual study programmes
- Networking opportunities with university institutes, faculties and external regional networks
- Knowledge transfer to wider society and communication of practical challenges and ideas to the scientific community