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The Ingolstadt School of Management offers its approximately 1,000 students not only excellent support conditions, but also a lively campus life. 20 student organizations are committed to sustainability, for example, or are active in promoting diversity or organizing recruiting events.

Welcome to the Ingolstadt School of Management!

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The Ingolstadt School of Management (WFI) of the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt regularly achieves first-class results in rankings. Some of its distinguising features are a high degree of internationality, strong interdisciplinary cooperation and an excellent staff-to-student ratio.

An zahlreichen Ständen konnten sich Interessierte zu den KU-Angeboten informieren.

Crowded campus on KU Open Day and Long Night of Science

Well over one thousand prospective students attended the KU's Open Day on Saturday in Eichstätt and Ingolstadt to find out more about the range of…

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From shelf to bin: Representative study on causes of food waste

In view of a growing world population and the issue of global food security, the following number is staggering: According to the German Federal…

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Koch appointed expert in EU FISC Committee

Prof. Dr. Reinald Koch, holder of the Chair of Business Taxation, has reported on aspects of German tax policy to combat tax avoidance as a scientific…

15:00 until 16:00

Internship in Finnland

Organizer: Servicestelle Internationale Praktika in cooperation with Universität Augsburg

Presentation will be held in German

12:00 until 13:00

Financing an internship abroad incl. tips for scholarship applications: Erasmus+, PROMOS and more.

Organizer: International Office - Servicestelle Internationale Praktika

Presentation will be held in German

12:00 until 13:30

How to find a job / internship in Germany

Organizer: International Office - Servicestelle Internationale Praktika; Karriereberatung

Information about the studies

Information for foreign nationals


All foreign applicants (including EU citizens) have to file an application for admission in any case:

•   For the summer semester: by January 11th 
(usually, start of studies only possible for higher semesters of a program),

•   For the winter semester: by July 15th or (for Fachhochschule degree programs) by June 15th 

of each year. 

The application for admission shall be addressed directly to the KU Student Office at Studierendenbüro der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. 

If you are a foreign national but have gained your university entrance qualification in Germany, the same enrollment modalities as applicable to Germans shall apply – no foreign national application for admission is required.

If you have any questions, please contact: Maria Gerner, Studierendenbüro




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Student Counselling
Room: HB-208
Postal Address
Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Auf der Schanz 49
85049 Ingolstadt
Student counselling
Office hours
Monday and Thursday 10 am - 1 pm