Textile and Clothing Technology

Hochschule Niederrhein. Your way.

Current Dates

Dear first semester students for the Winter Semester 2020/21 (Bachelor and Master),

Very welcome to our Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology! All information respectively the program to the introduction week you will find here:

Free attempt for initial examinations: 

Details you find at https://www.hs-niederrhein.de/about-us/coronavirus/information/
Please check Moodle, your Stud-HN account or this website regularly.

You can find further current information here:

Corona update:
Standard period of study

The standard period of study is increased by one semester: If you are enrolled in a program of study in the summer semester 2020, the standard period of study for this program will be increased by one semester.

Free trials in SS20
Anyone who takes an examination of the summer semester 2020 and does not pass it is considered to have failed this examination, i.e. the attempt is not counted as a failed attempt. This regulation does not apply to a Bachelor or Master thesis or a colloquium related to it. It also does not apply to any outstanding examinations from the winter semester 19/20 which were originally supposed to take place in March or April and are now being made up in the course of the summer semester.


Current Timetable

Timetable WS 20/21

Dear students

Subsequently you receive the access possibilities to your lectures:

“Students within their regular/formal study programme will be informed by their professors about the way to participate at their lectures unless it takes place as a face-to-face lecture (see room-number in the time tables). You will be informed about Zoom-Links and registration keys for moodle. The E-Mail will be sent to your University E-Mail-Address.

Students out of their formal study programme have to contact the professors independently for receiving the access codes to the lectures. Please enter your study semester / study focus / matriculation number.”

Last Update : 9.10.2020
(Subject to modifications at any time, please be aware of actualizations marked in red)

All documents are available in PDF format via the links in the download area.


General Information

Computer Application Practical Training - examination rules 2010 or others.

Please use the SEP form to register for the introductory phase if you are in the advanced semester and would still like to complete it.

Freshmen in Winter Semester 2020/2021

Dear Freshmen,

we would like to welcome you at the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology at the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences. We wish you a good start and are very pleased to warmly welcome you in Mönchengladbach. 

Your Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology 


Bachelor Study Course (English), Winter Semester 2020/2021
Textile and Clothing Management

Master Study Course (English), Winter Semester 2020/2021
Management of Textile Trade and Technology


The Introduction Week for the regular freshmen students as well as the Erasmus students will take place from 26 to 29 October 2020 (in digital and presence). The info area on the right hand side “Introduction” contains the programme, the document “Rundgang_Campus Tour” with your matriculation number assignment for 27 October 2020 (in presence) and later as well the presentations of the introduction day. Modifications in the introduction week programme are possible, so please pay attention to possible actualizations of the documents (see timestamp on 1st page).

On page 3 of the programme you find information about the Zoom-links of the presentations.

All links will be published on 20 October 2020.


Preliminary Courses (only for Bachelor Study Courses- Regular studies):

Preliminary courses of winter semester 2020/2021 will take place daily from 19 to 23 October 2020. Each course builds systematically on the contents of the previous day (Monday to Friday). An application is not necessary.

On page 3 of the programme there is an information about the Zoom-links. The links will be published on 13 October 2020 in Moodle.


Erasmus/ International Exchange students:

There are no preliminary courses for the students. They will be contacted by the international office for a separate programme before the introduction week. All information about the introduction week you find above.


Start of lectures: 2. November 2020


Actual information concerning the corona-situation you find here:



The curriculum is an important part of the examination regulations. It lists the study and examination accomplishments which are necessary to obtain the Bachelor or Master Degree.

The outlined time sequence of the study elements is not compulsory for students. However, the plan demonstrates how the study programme may be accomplished in the regular study time frame. Moreover, it has to be considered that the lecture offers and semester timetables are scheduled in accordance with the curriculum. 

New PO 2017

With the start of the WS 2017/18 the Faculty introduces new examination regulations and related curriculums for all degree programmes. Thus, the download-section contains both the curriculums of the "PO 2010/12" as well as of the "PO 2017". 

The most important changes of the new examination regulations have been summarised in one document. This can be seen via the link below. 

Important hint: everyone who is thinking about changing to the new examination regulations should be aware of the fact that not all (new) lectures and examinations of all semesters are offered in the WS 17/18 but only the ones of the first semester. In SS 2018 those of the second semester are offered, and so on. Parallel to this, the lecture offers of the old examination regulations expire one after the other.

Important Changes PO 2017

Module Handbooks

The curriculums only provide information on the name, scope, type of lecture and on the time reference of the lecture. Detailed information on the content, prerequisite knowledge and recommended literature can be found in the module handbooks. 

In this download-section you can find versions of them related to the old and the new examination regulations. In the PO 2017 we distinguish between the branch of study and the study emphases. Moreover, there are module handbooks for the elective courses (WPF) in the German Bachelor and Master courses.
Please also be aware that the module handbooks for PO 2010/12 are only available in German.

Please consider: Lectures are currently updated and may slightly deviate from the module handbooks. 

If you would like to take a look at the module handbooks of previous years, please contact the Dean's secretary. Hereby, it has to be mentioned that module handbooks only became compulsory with the introduction of the Bachelor and Master Degrees. Thus, there do not exist any handbooks for the diploma degree study programmes.  

Workshop Scientific Method

The Workshop Scientific Method is a type of „Container" which can be filled with various, individually selected courses. 

The different offers which are accepted in accordance with the Workshop Scientific Methods are divided into block seminars offered by the Faculty 07, for the Workshop Scientific Methods accepted courses of the HLL, language courses (only in PO 2010) and certain elective courses from the German study courses. 

General Information

The exact explanation of the proceeding information and an overview of accepted HLL courses and electives can be found in the document "Workshop information", see download-section. 

For the Workshop Scientific Methods a docket is available. Please download it, print it and record the courses that you visited; after the course you have to get a signature proving your participation (when taking an examination in this course or receiving a certificate, a signature is not necessary). When having received all 6 credit points please hand the docket in to the Chair of the Examinations Board. Afterwards the Workshop Scientific Methods will be recorded as complete in the examination office. 

For the information supply also moodle is used. An instruction for this can be found in the download section as well. 

Withdraw from Block Seminars

The application for the block seminars of the FB07 in the WS 2020/21 is terminated since 19th of October and the participant lists are published on moodle. 

Please consider the following rule: If you are assigned for a block seminar and do not attend without signing off at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance, you will automatically be excluded from all other seminars of that semester. 

For signing-off an online form is available, see link below. 

form withdraw

Workshop Final Thesis

The Workshop Final Thesis is compulsory for all students of the Bachelor degree programmes. It is interconnected with the Bachelor thesis and cannot be completed in earlier semesters. Please inform yourself in the guidelines about the details of this and apply for it via the online-form. 

All about Examinations

Important Hint:
For technical and legal reasons it is not possible to submit an application, judicial remedies or other examination-related statements via email to the Examinations Board, to the Chair of the Examinations Board or to the employees of the Examinations Office. 

Procedural steps of this kind can only be transmitted by written documents via mail, telefax, or orally to the Chair of the Examinations Board or to employees of the Examinations Office. 

Examination Committee

The Examination Board is responsible for the organization of the examinations and the tasks defined in the examination regulations. It is an independent body of the Hochschule Niederrhein and authority in the sense of administrative procedure and administrative procedure law. It consists of the chairperson, his or her deputy and five other members. The chairperson, the deputy chairperson and two other members are elected by the faculty council from among the professors, one member from the academic staff and two members from among the students.
The Department of Textile and Clothing Technology has two Examination Committees, one for German-language courses and one for English-language courses.

Head of Exam Comm German

status SS 2019:
Head: Prof. Dr. Thomas Weide
Deputy: Prof. Dr. Anne Schwarz-Pfeiffer


Head of Exam Comm English

status SS 2018:
Head: Prof. Dr. Mahltig
Deputy: Prof. Dr. Ernst


Information on Examinations

Here you can find various information on examinations. 

In the (right) download-section, forms are available for the obligatory application for examinations or for the withdrawal from an examination due to illness.  

new examination regulations / end of old PO

With winter semester 2017/18 the faculty has introduced new examination regulations "PO 2017" for all study courses.

the following rules apply for the termination of the old study courses "PO 2010/12":

  • in all Bachelor study courses the examinations of the basic study courses will be offered up to summer semester 2020 latest. All other examinations will be offered until winter term 2021/2022. The Bachelor study course must be finished up to the 28th of February 2022.
  • in all Master study courses the examination will be offered until winter term 2019/2020. The Master study course must be finished up to the 29th of February 2020.

Upcoming examination and application periods

WS 2019/20                      

Application period: 24.11. - 08.12.2019
Examination period: 20.01. - 07.02.2020


SS 2020

Application period: 17.05. - 31.05.2020
Examination period: 29.06. - 17.07.2020


3rd examination period 2020                   

Application period: 23.08. - 31.08.2020
Examination period: 21.09. - 30.09.2020

Grade calculations

In the download part you can find a conversion table for the conversion of the attained number of points in an examination to the corresponding mark (based on a total number of achievable points of 100).

In addition you can download Excel-files with the help of which you can calculate your current average grade as well as a forecast for the total grade. Of course the calculation depends on the version of the examination regulations. Please take care to select the rigth file.


Approval of examination achievements and study times

In the download-section on the right side you can find a link for the approval regulations of the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences as well as an information sheet of the Faculty. Please read through carefully and contact the respective Chair of the Examination Boards for the arrangement of a meeting for consultancy. 


Textile Technology of Spinning and Physics
Prof. Dr. Boris Mahltig
Functionalisation of Textiles / Examination Board for International Degree Programmes


Since SS 2016 the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology has changed the admission proceedings for the Master Degree Programmes "Textile Produkte" and "Management of Textile Trade and Technology". The new procedure is defined in separate regulations. 

The details about the assignment of points and about the reuqirements are summarized on a seperate page (see link below).

Master Admission Procedure

Information Events

At the beginning of each winter semester the Chairs of the Examination Boards offer information events about the degree programmes and the examination regulations. Hereby, separate events for the English degree programmes as well as for the Freshmen and students in higher semesters of the German degree programmes are organised. A copy of the presentation can be found in the right download-section.  


Certificates for the Bafög-Office are issued by the study-focus supervisor. Their names and contact information can be found on the Contacts page. An overview about the requirements needed to get the certificate are listed in the corresponding file available in the download section "Public Notices".

Head of Core Study Areas

Basic Internship

The Bachelor-examination regulations PO 2010/2010 required a compulsory 8-week basic internship until the beginning of the 3rd semester. 

ATTENTION: the Faculty has introduced new examination regulations in the winter semester 2017/18. These do NOT require the basic internship anymore. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can find a range of frequently asked questions and answers. 

FAQ Page

Information for the SWST - higher semester

All students in the bachelor's degree programs have to obtain a certificate in the course Scientific working and study tools (SWST) in the first semester. Among other things, this certificate is also required to participate in the course projects in the 5th semester.


All students who have not yet completed the SWST or have not successfully completed it can do so in the coming winter semester. To do this, please register by August 31 at the latest in the respective summer semester for the coming winter semester using the form. The SWST includes:

  • independent preparation for the word test with video tutorials (moodle)

  • Word test

  • Group work on library research followed by a presentation.

Please note that the SWST starts in the introductory week of the winter semester. The grouping for library research takes place here. You will also receive general information on the SWST, information on the timing of the SWST and an introduction to the library in the event during the introductory week.


Final Theses

Please consider the specified hints when preparing your final thesis and use the listed examples and sample files.

Information on legal questions concerning the examination regulations of the final thesis and formal requirements for the structure can be found in the PDF-file "Formales" ("Formal Requirements"). Thanks to Prof. Dr. Ständer we can offer a detailed guideline to be downloaded, especially converning quotation rules.

Old Final Theses

You have the possibility to review old final theses of our Faculty in the library. We have archived the theses in the library since 2012 and they can be researched there via the catalogue search engine.

An important remark about the Bachelor-, Master and Diploma-Theses:

The majority of our Bachelor-, Master- and Diploma-Theses are developed in co-operation with companies from industry. Thus, their contents often include company-intern information or new, innovative approaches which cannot be offered to the public. Therefore, many theses are "inaccessible" so they cannot be reviewed or lent. If you have questions please contact the author of the theses directly. In particularly critical cases not even the publication of the topic is allowed but this is rather an exceptional case. Generally, Bachelor-, Master- and Diploma-Theses are not to be lent.

Inaccessible final theses can be reviewed in the library and are partly available to be lent. Please research in the online-catalogue (link below) and ask the personnel if you are interested. Please take note of the opening hours of the library.

OnlineCatalogue (webOPAC)

Usage of the University's logo

In advance of the final thesis several questions are to be answered: Often candidates ask about the usage of the university's logo on pages of the final theses. This is generally prohibited. The official position of the University of Applied Sciences for students is as follows:

  • The university's logo is only allowed to be used for internal, official purposes of the University of Applied Sciences.
  • Beyond that the university's usage the logo is only allowed to be used by co-operation partners with whom an official co-operation agreement exists (for example in educational or research areas).
  • Therefore a logo usage contract does exist.
  • A Bachelor or Master Thesis is the own property of the student or the graduate and not an official university's document. Thus, the university's logo is not allowed to be placed on it.
Logo - Usage Contract

Questions and Answers

Frequently asked questions and answers have been summarised on a separate page.

FAQ Page

Study Works

Study works are compulsory in all curriculums of the Bachelor Degree Programmes. They are offered each semester. At the end of the previous semester the list with the topics offered is published and an application via online-form is available. Please also consider the published guidelines.

The list of offered topics as well as the list of assignments is published on the right side in the download area.

Please also be aware of the schedule below!

Time Schedule Applic./Submis. Study Work

Time Schedule Study Works WS 20/21

17.9. – 15.10.2020      
1. application for study work

list of assigned students to topics

19.10.– 25.10.2020       
2. application phase for topics which are still available

final assignment of students to topics

16.-23.11. 2020              
Obligatory take-over of a topic by online application to the examination. A later withdraw is not possible.



Student projects are an important part of the Degree Programmes at the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology, in the Bachelor as well as in the Master Degree Programmes.

Here you can find current news and interesting results and you can apply for the 5th semester projects at certain times.

Master R&D-Projects

For the assignment of the research and development projects in the Master Degree Programmes certain regulations exist which have been specified by the Examinations Board and which can be seen here. Among others you can find the information that you have to apply for them in a written form to Prof. Dr. Mahltig. The application form can be found in the download-section. Please download it, fill it in and sign it together with the supervisor. Afterwards you can hand it in to Prof. Dr. Mahltig.

In the Examination Regulations "PO 2017", newly introduced in the winter semester 17/18, the R&D-Projects are graded with a mark.

English Projects

Schedule English Projects WS 2020/21

  • Topics available online from 16.09.2020
  • Topic descriptions online from 01.10.2020
  • Online registration 01.-23.10.2020
  • List of participants 28.10.2020
  • Start of projects 06.11.2020 ZOOM
  • Project check-up 04.12.2020, by mail appointment
  • Final presentation 29.01.2021, ZOOM


Please find in the download part the list of offered projects.

Application English Projects

Projects (5th semester)

Projects (5th semester)

The basic schedule for the projects (5th sem.) in WS 20/21 is fixed as following (current planning 22.4.2020):

Please note that because of the current situation the time schedule may be changed.

Information and Online-Registration:

  • Information about the 5th-Semester Projects can bei found here on the right side in the pulldown Projects (5th Semester) - Information Slides (eng)
  • If you have questions contact Prof. Weide
  • From 27th of April 2020 Online-Registrations on this website (until 26th of June 2020)

Kick-off Meeting  und further Dates

  • Thursday 29th of October 2020 from 8.15 am onwards: kick-off meeting with attendance control, information on project proceedings, assignment to the teams by lot, choice of the team leader within the groups; end around 12.30 pm  
  • Thursday, 29th of October 2020, from 1 pm onwards: Introduction meeting for all project leaders; the other team members conduct first research on the topic; end around 4 pm
  • Friday, 30th of October 2019, 8:15 am until at least 3 pm: first team meeting, internal organisation, visit by the topic supervisor, attendance of ALL is compulsory.
  • Starting from 4th of November every Wednesday jour-fix from 4 pm (depending on teams often from 2 pm) until 6 pm team meetings with compulsory attendance
  • The dates for the interim presentation (ca. 4 weeks after the project start), hand out of project results and for the final presentation will be fixed later.
    Further Information will be announced

Internship Semester and Semester Abroad

One of the big strengths of the Degree Programmes at the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is the proximity to practice. Therefore, an internship semester or a semester abroad are compulsory. You have the choice whether you want to do an internship or go abroad.

Here you can find a lot of information and contacts for the corresponding opportunities.

General Information

Requirements for the Admission:

The internship or the university abroad is chosen by yourself independently. A claim for the assignment of an internship does not exist. The internship semester / semester abroad has to be requested at the Examinations office in written form and has to be authorised. For this the following requirements have to be fulfilled:

The request for an internship semester / semester abroad is authorised if you have collected at least 89 credit points.

During the internship semester / semester abroad you are supervised by a professor of the Faculty. He or she evaluates the suitability of the internship / agrees on the lectures during the semester abroad.



When all admission requirements are fulfilled and when you have found an internship / university abroad of your choice you should concern yourself with the application for the internship semester / semester abroad at the Faculty. The „Antrag auf Zulassung zum Praxissemester" ("Request for the Admission for the internship / semester abroad") has to be signed by you and your supervisor and is afterwards forwarded to the Examinations Office. In case you do an internship please also forward the concluded internship contract (as a copy) to your supervisor,  which has to be handed in to Examinations Office together with the „Antrag auf Zulassung" ("Request for the Admission"). When your documents are received in  the Examinations Office a decision is made about the admission to the internship semester / semester abroad.

After the termination of the internship semester / semester abroad a 20-page   report has to be written and handed in to the supervisor. Moreover, an internship certificate or a certificate of examinations of the partner university abroad must be handed in. These documents as well as the completed "Belegbogen zum Praxis-/ Auslandsstudiensemester"  ("Document of Proof for the internship semester / semester abroad") have to be forwarded to the Examinations Office via the supervisor. There the internship semester / semester abroad can be recorded.

For a successful internship semester / semester abroad 30 credit points are accredited.  



In the curriculum for the Bachelor Degree Programmes the internship semester / semester abroad is scheduled for the 6th semester but it can also be done in another semester. Please take into account the semester and examination schedules of the partner university or of the internship. Here, an overlapping may occur. For a semester or internship abroad language skills of at least the B2 level are required. Therefore you also have to inform yourself about the possible requirements of the partner university or internship.

Internship Semester

The internship semester is intended to offer you the chance to apply the knowledge gained during the studies and to introduce you to professional activities of your later career with the help of practical work in an enterprise of the textile and clothing industry.  

Job and internship offers are frequently published on the homepage of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology.

For tips and recommendations please contact the professors of the respective interest emphasis or contact the study focus supervisor.

Semester abroad:

There are many different programmes for the sponsorship of a semester abroad. Information about this can be found on the pages of the International Office (IO). The link for the online-applications for ERASMUS+ can be found via "Weiterführende Links" ("Further Links").

Semester Abroad

Instead of an internship semester a semester abroad at a foreign university can be done as well. The semester abroad serves to enhance the knowledge of the chosen study direction, support the intercultural competence as well as global thinking and improve the skills in the language of the host country. 

Important hint:

At all partnerships only a limited number of places for the applicants can be offered. Therefore it is important to obtain information early, to apply early enough and if necessary to choose an alternative.

Many of our partner universities offer lectures in the English language. Please check on the course material on the website of your favourite university. 

Credit points (ECTS):

For the semester abroad the allocation of credit points is composed as follows: On the other hand a 20 page- report about the semester abroad has to be handed in to the supervisor after the semester abroad , for which further 10 credit points can be accredited. The selection of courses has to be authorised by the supervisor and is recorded in the written form of a Learning Agreement. During the accreditation of the semester abroad you are awarded with 30 credit points by the Examinations Board. Please take into account that the points achieved in the host country may have to be transferred to ECTS-points (European Credit Transfer System).

Partner universities:

The access to the database of the international university co-operations of the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences can be found on the pages of the International Office (IO). The link for the online-applications for ERASMUS+ can be found via "Further Links".

Database Partner Universities

Internship in Bangladesh

The Faculty organises internship opportunities for Bachelor and Master students in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In various certified companies of the textile and clothing industry you may track the complete textile chain in practice as well as collect interesting cultural insights in the production country Bangladesh.
This offer is preferably valid for students who have to do the compulsory internship semester. The time frame and the duration of the internship is also offered to other students but in general the minimum duration should not be below 2 months.

NEW: Short internship in Bangladesh (4 weeks). Bachelor students of higher semesters and Master students can apply. The application form can be found in the download-section via "Forms".



Dates for information events about internship abroad / semester abroad

Going abroad – Internship or semester abroad - Webinar

If you plan a semester or internship abroad the event >>Going abroad<< in the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is a helpful information source for various preparations and open questions. The event takes place once a semester.

During a presentation of the International Coordinator information on preconditions for the internship semester and the semester abroad will be given as well as on partner universities and faculty co-operations, deadlines, application procedures, assistance for forms, financing and sponsorship possibilities as for example the Erasmus+ - Programme.

The next event "Going abroad" will be announced during the winter semester 20/21.


Webinar - Experiences abroad

Students tell about their experiences during their semester abroad and provide helpful tips for accommodation possibilities and costs of living and show photos of their times abroad. Moreover, students talk about their experiences during their internships abroad and inform about formal procedures during the application. Afterwards open questions will be answered.  

Next webinars will be announced by News-07.


International Tutor of FB07

Information on partner universities, application procedures and deadlines and much more can be received during a consultation meeting with our International Tutor. (Due to Corona only by mail or skype)

Philomena Mayer
Webschulstr. 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Email: auslandstutorium.fb07(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Consultation hours: Thursday during the semster time
Time: 12:30 o'clock - 14:00 o'clock
Room: --






Questions / Answers

Frequently asked questions and answers have been summarised on a FAQ-Page.



Our staff is pleased to offer you a personal advisory service.

Information on partner universities, application procedures and deadlines and much more can be received during a personal consultation meeting with our International Tutor

Philomena Mayer
Webschulstr. 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Email: auslandstutorium.fb07(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Consultation hours: Thursday during the semster time
Time: 12:30 o'clock - 14:00 o'clock
Room: H E10


In case you do have additional questions about your semester or internship abroad please contact Mrs. Konrad or Prof. Dr. Eigenstetter.

Please check also the announcements on our information board in buidling G near the examination office and the Caféte.

Prof. Dr. Monika Eigenstetter
Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Viola Konrad
Assistant International Coordinator
Email International Tutor

Double Degree

As part of the bachelor's degree programme, it is possible to obtain the exclusive german-chinese double degree "International Textile and Clothing Management" in cooperation with Tiangong University (TGU)/PR China.

In the double course, you will receive two bachelor's degrees in the international textile and clothing sector, one from TGU and one from the University of Applied Sciences Niederrhein (HSNR). They acquire intercultural skills and comprehensive knowledge in textile and clothing technology and management.

The English-language Double Degree Bachelor Study program begins after the 5th semester. Start at TGU is in March. (The semester times are similar to those at HSNR.)

The study period is 8 semesters. The first part of the double study programme comprises 5 semesters of regular study at the University of Applied Sciences Niederrhein.

The 6th and 7th semesters of the TGU include courses, an internship including visits to local textile companies. In addition, the bachelor's thesis is written in the 8th semester at the TGU. HSNR students are supervised by two professors during the thesis, one from TGU and one from HSNR. Qualified students receive two bachelor's degrees from HN and TJPU.


More information you will find in the flyer and in the registration form.

Contact person is Prof. Dr. Boris Mahltig




One of the big strengths of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is its international orientation. Every semester many students from abroad are interested in our study program.  We welcome all students from other universities in Textile and Clothing and want them to give an good overview about our range of offered courses.


Our staff is pleased to offer you a personal advisory service.

In case you do have questions about your semester or internship please contact Mrs. Konrad or Prof. Dr. Eigenstetter (internationalfb07(at)hs-niederrhein.de)

Prof. Dr. Monika Eigenstetter
Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Viola Konrad
Assistant International Coordinator
international tutor

ERASMUS / INCOMINGS Information WS 2020/21

ERASMUS / INCOMINGS Information WS 2020/21

A warm welcome for the exchange students

In order to provide you with a quick orientation and a stress-free stay here at our faculty, we have compiled some information about our study programme.

Study Programme: Offers for your Learning Agreement
In order to compile your Learning Agreement (LA), you must choose courses according to your current level of study (Bachelor or Master). You can find out which courses we have approved for exchange students under the links on the right side.
Master students can choose courses of BA and MA. Bachelor students can choose only courses of BA.

Introduction day 
For our new students we offer an orientation week at the beginning of each semester. It is necessary to take part so that you are informed about the organization of your studies and exams.

In the Summer semester we have only one introduction day before start of lectures.

In the Winter semester we have an introduction week for foreign students.


Dates Winter Semester 2020/21

Introduction week:                         26.-29.10.2020

German courses:                         DaF für Erasmus A1.1  

Start in the week before the introduction days 

Please contact the language center for more information and dates.

                                                       DaF A1.2   and  DaF A1.2   


Official semester duration:           01. September 2020 – 28. February 2021
Lecture period:                               01. November 2020 – 29. January 2021
Examination period:                      01. February 2021 – 20. February 2021        

Application period:                         Will be announced soon

Please contact the International Office                   

More information about Summer Semester 2021 will follow soon.


Assistance and Support during the Degree Programmes

Study Course Consultation

I offer you individual consultancy in the event of questions, proposals and difficulties during the course of studies.

Study Course Consultant

Ursula Korsten, Dipl.-Ing.
Study Advisor

Tutorials & Revision Courses

The list with tutorials and revision courses can be seen on the right side via "Downloads". Changes will be made and further information will frequently be given.

Sponsorship Possibilities

Information on BAföG, scholarships and other sponsorship possibilities can be found on the university's own homepages.

University's Homepage

Barbara Laura Lebek Foundation

The sponsorship association of the Faculty, the Textile and Fashion Network (TFN), offers the opportunity of scholarships for staying abroad in co-operation with the Barbara Laura Lebek Stiftung ("Barbara Laura Lebek Association"). A selecting committee of three professors decides about the granting of the scholarship. Detailed information can found via the link. The download-section contains an application form.  

Info Laura Lebek Foundation

Liaison Professor

In case of problems, also personal problems, you can feel free to contact us.

Prof. Dipl.-Des. Jutta Wiedemann
Fundamentals of Design, Fashion Design and Collection Development
Textile Technology – Technology of Knitting and Warp Knitting, Management Theory, Training

Liaison Tutors

liaison tutors

Hello everyone,

please fell free to contact us in case of any kind of problems at the university, in case of questions about your studies or in case of problems you might face with a professor. We are Liesbeth (Design Engineer) and Maren (TCM), your liaison tutors of the Faculty 07. Please do not hesitate to contact us and ask questions about the study courses or anything else you would like to address, we are always happy to talk to you (preferably every Thursday during our consultation hour from 13 until 14 o'clock in Room G E04).

You may contact us at any time and you can send an email to vertrauenstutorium.fb07@hs-niederrhein.de.
Please do not hesitate, release your anger and do not swallow everything!
We will find a solution together for any kind of problem. And for a better mood we always offer a lot of candy!

We are looking forward to hear from you!

Warmest regards,
your liaison tutors
Maren & Liesbeth

Email to Liaison Tutors

Family Service

The family service gives advice to students and supports them concerning compatibility of studying and parenting and also taking care of close relatives. Please inform yourself via the university's homepage or get in touch.

Family Service at FB07

Textile and Fashion Design
Family Service of the HN


front from right to left: Shazal S., Jonas S. und Alexander S. // middle from right to left: Nicole W., Yvonne H. und Katharina S. // back from right to left: Michele L., Victoria G., Joel S., Marie K., Tristan S. und Miriam N.

What do we do?

We represent your interests at our Faculty when dealing with professors, the Dean and all other people that you face during your daily routine at the university.

Whether with a food week, a hot spiced wine festival, a donation campaign or a party - we would like to make your life aside from the lectures as pleasant as possible. You are in good hands from the start until the end of your studies. We are your contact for all kinds of question concerning your studies. And in case we cannot help you we certainly know someone who can. Because we, the Faculty Student Council, are students just like you!

Something should change?

Curriculum, opening hours or the choice of electives? Do you have suggestions about lectures or other concerns? You can put everything in our suggestion and complaint box ("Kummerkasten"). No matter what is on your mind, we trustfully take care of it!

It is very important to write down the date in case of particular current events, to describe the situation fairly exactly and to name a contact person for us, if applicable. You are also welcome to stay anonymous or to leave a contact so we can find a solution together.

Our suggestion and complaint box ("Kummerkasten") can found in the basement of the G-building or you can come and visit us!


Where do you find us?

We are pleased to invite you to a nice conversation or a coffee in our main office in E200 on Thursdays, from 1pm to 2pm. Also outside of the opening hours you are welcome to arrange an alternative date with us. It is easiest to use our Facebook page for this or send us an email.

Were you interested?

Would you like to volunteer during your studies? There is always much to do. Every year we organise multiple events, campaigns and parties and not to forget the Freshmen orientation days. Please come over and become an active part of the Faculty!


Who are we?

We are a group of young students of the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences from the department 07, which deals with the topic sustainability. In addition to our studies, we have made it our task to report about sustainability in the clothing industry, to educate and most of all to show alternatives. With our work we want to make people think and raise awareness of the sustainability issue.

What do we do?

Our activities include visits to sustainable fashion fairs, the organisation and implementation of workshops and events, such as swapping instead of buying. We give lectures, show documentaries, invite speakers from the global fashion industry for collective discussions and are in close contact and exchange with famous fashion companies from the green fashion scene.

Have we caught your interest?

If you want to join us, come and find out more about us. We meet every second Thursday from 12.30 - 14 o'clock at the Hochschule Niederrhein! Follow us on Instagram or Facebook and be always up to date about actions and events!


If you would like to continue your studies after this current semester you have to re-register.

The re-registration period and all other relevant information can be found via the university's homepage (link below).

Please consider: No more remittance slips will be sent. You can receive all information via the university's email address and via the online services of the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences.


Mastex GmbH - Mönchengladbach
Birkenstock - Köln
Drykorn - Kitzingen
Mustang GmbH - Schwäbisch Hall
C&A Buying GmbH & Co. KG - Düsseldorf
adidas AG - Herzogenaurach
Armedangels - Köln
Roeckl Handschuhe & Accessoires GmbH & Co. KG - München
Armedangels - Köln
Gina Lehnen Lingerie - Mönchengladbach
Vaude Sport GmbH & Co. KG - Tettnang
Roeckl Handschuhe & Accessoires GmbH & Co. KG - München
Techno Design GmbH - Düsseldorf
erlich Textil - Köln
iFactory3D - Düsseldorf


Gütermann GmbH - Gutach-Breisgau
FLORETT TEXTIL GmbH & Co. KG - Mülheim an der Ruhr
FREE CONNECTION Textilagentur GmbH & Co KG - Wietmarschen
UVEX WINTER HOLDING GmbH & Co. KG - Fürth/Bayern oder Ellefeld/Sachsen
Guess Deutschland GmbH - Düsseldorf
adidas - Herzogenaurach
Stadt Krefeld - Krefeld
Bewerbungsschluss: 30.10.2020
Upstyle - Mönchengladbach
ALBERTO GmbH & Co. KG - Mönchengladbach
Fynch-Hatton Textilhandelsgesellschaft mbH - Mönchengladbach
Dimo-Tex - Köln
Natubini GmbH - Köln
Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH - Dormagen
TeamParis GmbH - Mönchengladbach
WSH Wirtschaftsseminare Hoven GmbH - Mönchengladbach
internationale filmschule köln - Köln
Roeckl Handschuhe & Accessoires GmbH & Co. KG - München
Klingel Gruppe - Pforzheim
Maria Danilov
Maria Danilov
Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe - Karlsruhe
Startup - Düsseldorf
Q 64 - Quersumme Stadt GmbH - Krefeld
Trützschler GmbH und Co. KG - Mönchengladbach
inside living - Mönchengladbach

Themenangebote Abschlussarbeiten

Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen - Aachen
Maria Danilov
Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut für Werk- und Betriebsstoffe - Erding
Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut für Werk- und Betriebsstoffe - Erding
Astrid Riedelsheimer Textil GmbH - Düsseldorf

Ausschreibungen Kooperationen

Ahlers AG