RWTH Aachen's appointment procedure stands for equal opportunities, fairness, transparency, and appreciation of the applicants. It is set up to internationalize the professorate and to increase the number of female professors.
We want you to be able to find your way straightaway, so we've put together information by target group. This information is an important tool for a successful start at our university and in Aachen. Our service oriented guides help you to quickly find the correct contacts in the "jungle" of services for your questions and concerns.
The RWTH Faculty Club provides a hub for exchange and relationship-building – new ideas can be tested, the synapses of our actors can be “networked,” and we can meet to engage in an open conversation among ourselves and with our guests without following an agenda.
The Center for Staff Development, CSD for short, is a significant pillar of staff development at RWTH and the central point of contact, advice, and continuing education for acquiring key competencies. The Center is open to all RWTH employees in science, science management, and technology and administration.
Do you know RWTH Aachen's personnel structure? What is the difference between academic and non-academic staff? What are the legal guidelines for student employees? We have the answers to your questions.
Certified as a family friendly university since 2009, RWTH Aachen has created structures, processes, and instruments that support the family friendly orgnization of the university and ensure the compatability of studies, career and family.
Take the next step of your future with us - complete your vocational training at RWTH Aachen. Here you can find out what vocations you can learn here, how to apply, and how you can profit from our vocational training centers for some vocations.
Aachen is Germany’s westernmost major city at whose city boundaries three nations with three languages converge. Its proximity to the Eifel and the Ardennes, to Maastricht and Brussels with their linguistic and cultural distinctiveness, give the city that lies in the shadow of Charlemagne’s palace chapel a particular charm.