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Aachen University of Applied Sciences

Aachen is the western-most city in Germany and is located in the "Three Countries Corner" where Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium come together. Aachen was established as a Roman city and became the capital of Charlemagne’s empire. The Cathedral of Aachen was the coronation site of German kings from the 700s to 1521. During the Industrial Revolution, Aachen became an important cloth producing city. Today, it is known for its technology-related industries, chemicals and rubber products, food processing (including chocolate), and the spa industry, utilizing its hot sulphur springs.
Location:  Aachen, Germany

Population:  260,000

Language:  German

Currency:  Euro (€)

Website:  www.fh-aachen.de/
; https://www.fh-aachen.de/en/university/department-of-international-affairs/international-students-applicants/