Gratis kontakte Ludwigshafen am Rhein
Our concept Success in business is no longer just dependent on the quality of the product.
Managers face numerous challenges for sustainable business management, including globalisation, climate change, shifts in customer behaviour, and running large companies with more complex workflows (and greater risks), to name just a few examples.
In 1996, the University of Applied Sciences Ludwigshafen am Rhein became an independent university of applied sciences.
It was originally part of the University of Applied Sciences of the Rhineland Palatinate, founded in 1971.
The University of Applied Sciences Ludwigshafen am Rhein signed the Charta of Diversity in December 2010.
Total number of students 4,500 Total percentage of international students 8 % Ludwigshafen is a city in the south-west of Germany.To be successful domestically and abroad, managers must be able to recognise and effectively evaluate business opportunities in the marketplace and pursue them in a sustainable way.That also holds true for business in the wine industry.With more than 4,500 students and about 80 teachers in four departments, it is actively integrated into the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.Its range of courses includes studies in the areas of economic and social sciences.