Foto zeigt Studenten im Schlosshof der Hochschule der Bundesbank in Hachenburg
Welcome to the University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg

The Deutsche Bundesbank offers a challenging dual study programme to high-achieving school-leavers with the equivalent of A-levels (Fachabitur/Abitur). If you are interested in economics, you can take your first steps toward a professional career at the German central bank through our degree programme in central banking. Once you have completed your Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree, you can expect to take on a range of demanding tasks at the Deutsche Bundesbank.

“We will do everything in our power”
Isabel Schnabel, Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank during her speech in Hachenburg

Where is inflation coming from? And where is it going? These questions were addressed by Isabel Schnabel, Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, in a speech at the University of Hachenburg.

Bundesbank President Nagel visits the University
Dr Joachim Nagel talks to students at the Hochschule der Deutschen Bundesbank

For the first time in his role as Bundesbank President, Joachim Nagel visited the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences and spoke to students, lecturers and representatives from the banking sector and the political world about decision-making processes in European monetary policy.

Chief economist Jens Ulbrich holds talk on monetary policy strategy review
Jens Ulbrich

Jens Ulbrich holds a virtual guest lecture for students and lecturers at the Bundesbank's University of Applied Sciences as part of its series of “fireside chats”.

Jens Weidmann pays a virtual visit to Hachenburg students
Virtual event

In the midst of the pandemic, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann has paid a visit to students in Hachenburg – in a virtual way, of course. A report on three-quarters of an hour that flew by.

Transition in UAS leadership
Photo shows Doctor Andreas Kremer

On 1 February 2021, Professor Andreas Kremer (38) became the new deputy to Rector Erich Keller at the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences. His predecessor as deputy, Professor Oliver Kruse, remains a full-time lecturer at the university and will continue to teach business administration.

Hachenburg students win prizes at AI boot camp
Participants of the university in the international "AiTalents" programme

25 students from the Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg took part in the international programme “AiTalents” and learned a lot about the challenges and opportunities presented by artificial intelligence and machine learning. At the end of the programme, two students even came away with high-value prizes.