With the Rhein-Main Universities (RMU) study programme, the
- TU Darmstadt,
- Goethe University, Frankfurt,
- Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
offer an open study programme with selected courses for their more than 100,000 students combined. RMU students can be enrolled at the same time at up to three universities in two federal states without additional fees. RMU studies at the cooperating universities thus complement studies at one's own university.
How does it work? Each of the three universities publishes a catalogue of courses that are open for RMU studies, broken down by subject, as part of its course catalogue. You can choose freely from this catalogue and register via the registration channels of the respective university.
Thus, enrolment is not in a specific degree programme, but in the RMU degree programme in general, which makes it possible to attend courses in different subjects.
Modules attended as part of the RMU study programme can also be completed with examinations and the acquisition of credit points. In addition, students benefit from libraries, computer centres and refectories as well as from the specific strengths of the other universities with which they can complement their personal studies.