Protestant University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg: Diaconia, Pedagogy, Nursing, Religion, Social Affairs

Living and learning with people

The Protestant University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg is a state-accredited university in church sponsorship.

Through the education of social workers, social educators, religious educators, deacons, nursing staff and childhood educators, the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg assumes the social educational mandate with a special focus on the scientific further development and professional shaping of the social community.

The specific profile of the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg is recognizable in its church-denominational connection. As a member of the "Diversity Charter", the university is internationally networked in the areas of inclusion and diversity. In dialogue with the students, teaching and research are carried out in a practical, cooperative and international manner under the motto "Living and learning together". We are open to people of different orientations and beliefs.

Studying at the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg means: living and learning with an international perspective in the fields of social work, diaconia, education, nursing and religion.

The Ludwigsburg campus offers the best study conditions for approximately 1300 students. The Reutlingen Campus, with 140 students in the Social Work program (B.A.), complements the program. A total of twelve Bachelor's and six Master's degree programs are offered. More than 40 professors and over 85 lecturers guarantee an excellent range of courses in a personal atmosphere and small learning groups at both campuses.

The Studierendenwerke Stuttgart and Tübingen ensure good study conditions with their extensive offers, such as catering in the refectory, childcare and various counseling options. University life is enriched by university groups, the university community and sports activities. The interests of the students at the university are represented by the General Student Committee (AStA).