It's not only about studying –
WHU is an exciting place to be.
Modern, diverse, and international — Student life at WHU.
The WHU spirit is a term you may have already come across, and it is certainly one you'll hear again once you're on campus. Student life at WHU isn't just about studying - in their free time, our students enthusiastically pursue a wide range of extracurricular activities, making campus an exciting place to be no matter what your interests are.
Two campuses –
WHU’s goal of providing new direction to German business and management education is spread across two locations, Vallendar and Düsseldorf. Our Bachelor (BSc), Master (MSc), Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA, and Doctoral programs take place in Vallendar, while our Full-Time MBA, Part-Time MBA, and Executive Education programs are held in Düsseldorf.
WHU Campus Vallendar –
Where future meets heritage.
Vallendar is located in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. With its castles, historic towns, and towering vineyards, this section has been awarded UNESCO world heritage site status. Major cities are dotted along the banks, and Koblenz marks the meeting of the rivers Rhine and Moselle. Perfectly placed, Vallendar and its surrounding area offer plenty to see and do.
WHU Campus Düsseldorf –
An international hotspot.
Düsseldorf is the capital of the state North Rhine-Westphalia and is located on the banks of the river Rhine. Its 600,000 inhabitants make Düsseldorf a vibrant and international city in which to live, study, and work.
Student clubs at WHU –
Presenting a wide range of extracurricular activities.
Student life at WHU is not just about studying. In their free time, our students enthusiastically pursue a wide range of extracurricular activities, making campus an exciting place to be. Whether you love sports, the theater, music, entrepreneurship, the community, debating, or wine tasting, there is something for everyone.
Take a look at our full list of student clubs to discover just how diverse student life at WHU is.
WHU Library –
More than 35,000 books, journals, and databases.
The WHU library offers an excellent research infrastructure to academics and students of WHU on a 24/7 basis. The library's reading room offers a quiet atmosphere for studying newspapers or for concentrating on a specific academic publication.
General studies module –
Fostering the personal development of our students.
The General Studies module aims at educating reflective and responsible-minded leaders who are able to find outside-the-box solutions to socio-political and entrepreneurial issues. The module offers a forum, a speaker series, and various seminars.