Map and directions

The campus of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences is located in the north of Frankfurt at the station Nibelungenplatz (UAS) and can be reached by public transportation or by bike. Parking spaces at the institution of higher education are limited.

This map will present an overview of all buildings on the campus, including the barrier-free accesses and elevators.

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Opening hours

Lecture time

Monday to Friday
06:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m

Saturday
08:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m

Holidays

Monday to Friday
06:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m

Saturday:
closed

Means of transportation

Sustainable mobility management

On the 5th of September 2018 the Frankfurt UAS was awarded the bike and business Award 2018 by the 'Allgemeinen Deutschen Fahrradclub' (ADFC) (General German Bicycle Club) for meeting the requirements to be a bike-friendly university and for providing an excellent support for their bike-riding personnel.

The university is actively promoting the increase of bike usage in the rush hour and in general. The successful certification of the Frankfurt UAS as a cyclist-friendly employer was part of the two and a half year project 'sustained mobiltiy management' which was completed in September 2018 by the Fachgruppe Neue Mobilität in cooperation with the departement 'Quality Management, Strategy and Planning'. By achieving 186 points our university received the silver-certificate and also holds the title of the first german university to be cyclist-friendly employer.

bike + business – the mobility program for bike-friendly employers is a program of the ADFC together with the regional association Frankfurt RheinMain with the goal to elevate the use of bikes in everyday bicycle traffic, particularly on the way to work.

 

Other locations and facilities on campus

Building 1

Building 1, ground floor
Building 1, 2nd floor
Building 1, 4th floor
Building 1, 6th floor

Building 2

Building 2, 1st floor underground
Building 2, (extension): ground floor
Building 2, (extension): 2nd floor
Building 2, (extension): 4th floor

Building 3 (library)

Building 3, 1st floor underground
Building 3, ground floor

Building 6

Building 6, 1st floor

Building 9

Building 9, ground floor

Locked restrooms can be opened by a Euro key.

There are approximately 12,000 accessible toilets in all of Europe which have a standardized lock. The communal self-help group CBF Darmstadt started the Euro key, which allows these locks to be opened.

The Euro key is handed to people, who are required to use accessible toilets against a small fee.

Those are for instance: people in wheelchairs; people in need; people with severe walking impairments; people suffering from multiple sclerosis, Crohn's disease.

Holder of the German identity card for the disabled are also entitled, if:

  • the mark: aG, B, H, BL
  • or the mark G and 70% plus, 80, 90 or 100%

is included.

The Euro key can be purchased on the Homepage of the CBF-Darmstadt e.V.

(Source: CBF-Darmstadt e.V., retrieved on June 18, 2018)

Building 1

Building 1, ground floor
Building 1, 2nd floor
Building 1, 4th floor
Building 1, 6th floor

Building 2

Building 2, 1st floor underground
Building 2, (extension): ground floor
Building 2, (extension): 2nd floor
Building 2, (extension): 4th floor

Building 3 (library)

Building 3, 1st floor underground
Building 3, ground floor

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last updated on: 12.13.2022