American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD) Scholarship, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Scholarship, API Scholarship, Association of American Indian Affairs Scholarship, CCU Honors Program Global Enhancement Award, Cultural Bridge Scholarship, Foundation for Global Scholars, Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship, Gilman International Scholarship, Golden Key Scholarship, Hagan Scholarship, Institute for Humane Studies Fellowship, Marilyn and David Domke Study Abroad Scholarship, Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant, Rainbow Scholarship, Schwarzman Scholarship, Sleeklens.com Scholarship, The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting Scholarship, The Glimpse Correspondents Program, The National Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship, The National Italian American Foundation Scholarship
The university offers a variety of services to ensure that exchange students feel at home in Rosenheim, such as German language courses and tutors who assist with everyday university life. The International Office simplifies your arrival here by providing information on affordable rooms in the student dormitories, as well as by organizing various events, such as welcome days or group excursions.
CCU is a designated exchange partner of Rosenheim University, which means you may be eligible to attend Rosenheim as an exchange student and pay CCU tuition rates. Exchange programs are run on a reciprocal basis and CCU is allowed a specific number of exchange slots that varies by year.
As the economic, cultural and social centre of the region with around 60,000 inhabitants, Rosenheim not only offers a high standard of living, it is also located in one of Germany’s most beautiful landscapes and has a Mediterranean flair that hints towards nearby Italy.
Who can Apply
All undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
Minimum 3.0 GPA required for admission Students must first apply online through this site to be nominated for an exchange or non-exchange study abroad. Students approved by the Center for Global Engagement to participate in this program, will then apply online to the exchange university to be accepted.
None for English taught classes
German language skills level B2 for German taught classes
Rosenheim Winter semester: October 1 - February 14
Rosenheim Summer semester: March 15 - July 31
Exchange Students Pay $5,768.00 (In-State Rate Fall/Spring 2018-2019), Exchange Slots not guaranteed
Fall out of bed and into your lecture – thanks to Munich Student Union, this is possible for students in Rosenheim. The student service provider runs two halls of residence here with a total of 345 spaces, of which 89 apartments, 120 spaces in flat shares and 130 spaces in twin rooms. The Student Union not only offers residents a roof over their heads, it also provides the infrastructure for their leisure time activities. So, for instance, you will find a community centre with a student bar in the halls of residence.