The RheinMain University of Applied Sciences (German: Hochschule RheinMain), formerly University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden (German: Fachhochschule Wiesbaden), is a university located in Wiesbaden, Germany, founded in 1971. It is part of the IT-Cluster Rhine-Main-Neckar, the "Silicon Valley of Europe".
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The University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden (German: Fachhochschule Wiesbaden) was founded in 1971. On 1 September 2009 it was renamed RheinMain University of Applied Sciences.
The former Geisenheim campus became a separate university in 2013.
RheinMain University of Applied Sciences is part of the IT-Cluster Rhine-Main-Neckar, the "Silicon Valley of Europe".
Study programs are divided into the following faculties:
The faculties of Social Sciences, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Design – Computer Science - Media, and the Wiesbaden Business School are located in Wiesbaden. The Faculty of Engineering is situated nearby Rüsselsheim.
As of 2019 more than 14,000 students were studying at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences: About 10,600 in Wiesbaden and about 3,500 in Rüsselsheim. They are enrolled in about 70 different degree programs, including part-time and cooperative, distance learning and master's programs.
In 2011 the university had about 900 employees.
The campuses of the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences are located in the Rhein Main area, in the west of Germany.
The study location Wiesbaden consists of three campuses.
At the Kurt-Schumacher-Ring campus the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering and the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences can be found.
The Bleichstraße/Bertramstraße campus is an inner city campus in Wiesbaden. The Wiesbaden Business School is situated there as well as a specialized library.
The Faculty of Design, Computer Science and Media is situated on this campus. 
The Faculty of Engineering is based in Rüsselsheim on the campus Am Brückweg.
The university has a number of partner universities in many countries, including Australia, China, Korea, Latvia Mexico and Turkey.