University of Applied Sciences Wedel

The University of Applied Sciences Wedel is the oldest private university in Germany, located in Wedel.

University of Applied Sciences Wedel
Established 1969 / 1948
Type Private
Chancellor E. Harms
Admin. staff 26 Professors/ 20 extern Professors / 60 assistant professors /
Students 1044
Location Wedel,, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany,
Website http://www.fh-wedel.de

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