Cologne University of Applied Sciences has three locations: The Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum (Humanities Centre) in the south of Cologne, the Ingenieurwissenschaftliches Zentrum (Engineering Sciences Centre) in Cologne-Deutz and Campus Gummersbach, approx. 50 km from Cologne. There are ten departments offering over 50 courses. The university's ten departments are spread across the three locations: Applied Social Sciences (F 01), Culture Sciences (F 02), Information and Communication Science (F 03) and Economics (F 04) are in the Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum in the south of Cologne, Architecture (F 05), Construction Engineering and Environmental Technology (F 06), Information, Media and Electrical Technology (F 07), Vehicle Systems and Production (F 08) as well as Plant, Energy, and Machine Systems (F 09) are located in Deutz, and the department of Informatics and Engineering (F 10) in Gummersbach.
You can find an up-to-date listing of all courses offered by the departments and information about specific application requirements like scholarships, aptitude tests, TOEFL or GMAT on the university's website:
In general, very good German language skills are required. The DSH I with a low score is currently only accepted for the study courses “Design” and “Technology and
Ressource Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (MA)”. “International Management and Intercultural Communication” and “International Business (Master)” are completely taught in English, therefore, no German language tests are required.
For Master Courses, you usually have to proof that you have successfully completed an undergraduate program in the area required.
You find a listing of all German universities with information about the offered courses at www.hochschulkompass.de.