Strong leaders emerge at EBS Universität. We have a strong foundation of expertise from which to prepare our graduates for the challenges of the future. The high standards we set ourselves are reflected in everything we do – including our locations. Our Wiesbaden Campus, for instance, is centrally located. It’s where the EBS Law School prepares the ground for great careers. Our Rheingau Campus in Oestrich-Winkel is where students learn to lead with innovation and vision in a castle steeped in history, looking out over stunning views of the Rhine. Then there are our Burg and Rathaus locations. The latter is home to the EBS Executive School, which prepares students to make their mark in the world as leaders with a winning mindset.
EBS Universität is located in one of the most beautiful, historic regions of Germany: the Rheingau. The Upper Middle Rhine Valley was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002. Campus Schloss overlooks the Rhine River and is surrounded by its own vineyards. Oestrich-Winkel is only 30 minutes from Frankfurt airport or 15 minutes from Wiesbaden and can be easily accessed by car and train.
EBS Business School is located at the historic and modern Campus Schloss.
Campus Burg houses offices of various faculty chairs and institutes.
EBS Executive School is represented with its own lecture rooms in the building complex Altes Rathaus in Winkel to make excellent use of synergies across the various subject areas.
The central station, leisure and shopping facilities can be reached on foot or by public transport in just a few minutes. Wiesbaden is the state capital of Hesse and with its numerous thermal springs one of the oldest spa towns in Europe. With its approximately 275,000 inhabitants, the spa town is the second largest city in the federal state of Hesse after Frankfurt. Together with Mainz, Darmstadt and Frankfurt, they form the core cities of the Rhine-Main region, which is one of the largest and economically strongest metropolitan regions in Europe.
The renovation, reconstruction and new building measures currently taking place at Campus Schloss, pursue the vision of a green, car-free campus on which we invite our students, employees and guests to come and stay. There is one thing we would like to say in advance: The campus will change fundamentally! New buildings will be erected to provide more space for teaching and seminars; remodelling of the park with vines and seating-accommodation will continue to bring the Rheingau flair to the campus, and the Schloss and annexe will also be restructured and modernised as a whole. The completion of the entire building project is scheduled for 2024.
The Learning Center with its locations for economics at the Campus Schloss in Oestrich-Winkel and for law at the Campus Atrium in Wiesbaden supports the areas of teaching, research and further education as a central information facility. The Learning Center has a reference library with open access.