Schloss Reichartshausen becomes even more beautiful
EBS alumni to renovate student learning environment
The estate Schloss Reichartshausen has been home to EBS Business School, the oldest private higher education institution in Germany, since 1980. All the buildings, including the castle itself, are in need of renovation. The Rheingau Campus is the heart of university life for over one thousand students at EBS Business School
As EBS alumni you enjoy a special relationship with your alma mater. It was the springboard for a successful career and a place where you spent countless hours debating and shaping your future.
As part of the campaign "Schloss Reichartshausen becomes even more beautiful" EBS Alumni e.V. and its members have pledged their support to renovate the lecture room H1. This lecture room on EBS Rheingau Campus plays a central role in teaching at EBS; it has a representative function and is a "landmark". The renovation of H1 represents a sustainable investment in the very heart of EBS Business School.
In recognition of this support the room will be named EBS Alumni Lecture Room H1. The names of those who donate to the appeal will be engraved on a plaque mounted next to the lecture room and will also be published on the campaign website.
Lecture room H1 becomes EBS Alumni Lecture Room H1
The lecture room H1 is an important, central room at EBS Business School. Due to its structural design, there is little continuous wall space. The relatively large number of windows and the room's west orientation mean air conditioning and sun protection are urgently needed. An air conditioning and ventilation system can regulate and considerably improve room temperature.
As an alumnus pledge your support for the renovation of lecture rooms in Schloss Reichartshausen!