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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.

New exchange programme with the Warsaw School of Economics

The Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences and the Warsaw School of Economics have launched a new student exchange programme.

Hachenburg students visit Beijing

Tsinghua University in China was the destination of a two-week visit by students from the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg. 

European Study Tour and Internship Programme: Hachenburg plays host to Canadian students

Canadian students recently visited the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg as part of a tour of various European institutions. As well as discussing current European issues, they had the chance to take part in a workshop simulating a meeting of the ECB Governing Council.

Presentation on Korean monetary policy

Young Tai Kim, head of the Bank of Korea’s representative office in Frankfurt, recently joined his colleague Heungsoong Jung for a visit to the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences, where they spoke with students about the global financial crisis, low interest rates and rapprochement between North and South Korea.

Gateway to the West – a research and practical assignment in St Louis and the surrounding area
Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis

Last autumn, I was sent on secondment by the Deutsche Bundesbank to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis for one month and subsequently for five weeks to the Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville (SIUE).

International week on central banking

In April, 46 international students from China, Belarus, Poland and Ukraine visited the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences to learn about monetary policy, regulation and banking supervision in the euro area.

Hachenburg lecturers teaching abroad
Erich Keller with students of the PBC School of Finance

For over 15 years now, the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg has been cooperating closely with the PBC School of Finance in Peking. This year, three Hachenburg professors once again held lectures for masters students on issues related to European economic and monetary policy integration and to banking supervision.

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