Campus Mannheim –
study and training in the UNESCO City of Music
If you have a professional qualification (e.g. three years of professional training), you can even shorten your bachelor’s degree to 1 year through recognition for prior learning and acquire an internationally recognized bachelor’s degree.
After that, you can continue seamlessly with a master’s degree.
Thanks to our blended learning concept, you are sufficiently flexible to study alongside your work or to do training or further education. With us, you combine self-learning phases in online studies with individual face-to-face workshops at the location.
The campus offers you modern, functional seminar rooms with free internet access. In the face-to-face seminars, we rely on small learning groups in order to be able to offer you a pleasant and effective learning atmosphere.
- Ideal location in the center of Mannheim near the main train station and the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
- Study in the beautiful Lindenhof district of Mannheim with exciting sights within reach
- Free internet in modern seminar rooms
- Combination of e-learning and face-to-face seminars: ideal for professionals
- Bachelor’s courses only last 1 year through RPL procedure.
Arrival: This is how you can reach us
You can find the Mannheim campus at Walter-Krause-Straße 11, 68163 Mannheim.
Arrival by public transport
Arriving by car
If you arrive by car, you can easily reach the campus from the south via the A6 from Heilbronn . If you are traveling from the north, it is best to take the A67 to reach the campus on the B36 . From there it is only a stone’s throw to the campus. You can find parking spaces in the nearby multi-storey car park .
About Mannheim Lindenhof
Lindenhof is a district of Mannheim , which is located south of the city center. This district of just 2.34 km² is located not far from the Rhine, in the Rhine-Neckar triangle.
An estimated 14,500 of Mannheim’s 320,000 inhabitants live in this district.
In the Second World War , this district was devastated and experienced total reconstruction. The cityscape in the northern part is predominantly characterized by multi-storey residential complexes.
On the southern area of the main station is the Victoria Tower, a high-rise building with a diamond-shaped floor plan. At 97.5 meters, it is the tallest structure in the district. Well-known companies such as DB Regio and the ERGO Insurance Group are based here.
Other landmarks within the district include the three towers of the Johanneskirche, the Sankt Josefskirche and the Lanzturm, a former John Deere water tower.
Mannheim is not only known for its buildings, but also for some far-reaching inventions such as the first two-wheeler that Karl Drais built here in 1817. In 1880 Werner von Siemens developed the first electric elevator and just six years later Carl Benz’s first automobile was driving through the streets of Mannheim.
The 1908 Lindenhof football club in Mannheim , also known as MFC 08 Lindenhof, is also located here. The sports club has also been offering tennis since 1982 and there has been a women’s soccer team since 2001.
If you are interested in the history of the Lindenhof, you can find the historical Lindenhof educational trail with 38 information and theme signs at relevant locations in the district.
Eating and drinking in Mannheim Lindenhof
Near the campus students can find the most diverse on the Neckarauer road and at the Steuberer street restaurants , pubs and bistros .
Whether Bavarian, Asian or Italian, there is something for every fellow student and lecturer.
And these are our food tips not far from campus:
Where can I stay in Mannheim Lindenhof?
The good thing about our flexible learning concept is that a number of face-to-face seminars allow those living in the vicinity to study on the Mannheim campus.
During the face-to-face seminars, you only need one place to stay.
Below is a list of cheap hotels and guest houses near the Triagon Campus :
- NH Hotel group Mannheim
- Haus Baron 1 Neckarau
- the niu Square
- Best Western Hotels & Resorts
- Wasserturm Hotel
What sights are there in Mannheim and the surrounding area?
Mannheim is not only the third largest city in Baden Württemberg, but also an important theater and museum location and famous for great inventions. You can easily reach some of these exciting sights from the Triagon Campus:
The Luisenpark is the largest park in Mannheim. Here you can take a leisurely hike in the Chinese garden, let yourself be showered in the sound oasis or listen to a concert on the lake stage.
Mannheim Palace, built in 1720, was almost completely destroyed in World War II. Since 1947 the building has been completely rebuilt, restored and returned to its original state.
National Theater Mannheim
The premiere of Schiller’s drama “The Robbers” has already taken place on the stage of the National Theater. Even today you can visit top-class theater performances here.
The home of the ice hockey eagles and the handball players Rein-Neckar Löwen is this multifunctional arena. You can also experience concerts by well-known pop stars there.
When you visit Friedrichsplatz, you can visit the water tower, watch the water features or hike through the blooming rose garden.
Mannheim Art Gallery
In the museum for modern and contemporary art you can admire German and French art from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as international sculptures.
If you visit the market square in the Heidelberg Castle Garden, you can see what is probably the oldest building in the city. Or you admire the monuments that represent Mannheim ,enken, Rhine and Neckar.
Here you can experience the technical change from the 18th century in an exciting and interactive museum visit on around 10,000 square meters.
Expert opinion on the Triagon Academy
Expert opinion on the Triagon Academy
Prof. Dr. Karl Peter Fischer, 4m Multi-Media-Marketing-Management GmbH
„We will capitalise on your current knowledge and provide you with more! By working on your own projects and participating in our expert workshops, you will learn exactly what you really need.”