Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences' Lingen campus has a family-like atmosphere. Only around 2,300 young people study here in the lovingly restored former railway repair halls.
The town on the river Ems, with its 56,000 inhabitants, is characterised by small half-timbered houses and brick buildings. It is proud of its lively and varied cultural offers and its beautiful surroundings, which can be easily explored by bike thanks to well-developed paths.
Osnabrück Student Services offers students "on-site service" - including a residential complex and a chic dining hall with a cafeteria.
Dining hall in a fancy outfit
Chic from the outside, bright inside and healthy, tasty food on the table: What more can you expect from a canteen? Our facility in Lingen is a dining hall and cafeteria at the same time. Try it out! It is open on weekdays into the afternoon.
Living at the water tower
Diced pink and bright green, they are unmistakable: the residential complexes of Student Services at the water tower in Lingen, also known as the "Lego Houses". 89 students can live here - in furnished or unfurnished apartments of various sizes. Two of them offer accessible accommodation for people with disabilities.
Are you not making progress with your personal or study-related problems? Don't be afraid to make use of our professional help. Crises can be overcome!
Our consultant in Lingen is Andrea Mösker, a psychologist. She offers consultation hours on site.
In all of our refectories and cafés - also in Lingen, you can pay cash or with the CampusCard/UniCard.
Courses & workshops
- Successfully overcome exam anxiety
- Time, learning and work management