Some of the lectures of the Executive MBA programs are held at our Alma Marter, the IREBS International Real Estate Business School at the University of Regensburg. The university research and teaching is conducted on the campus at the University of Regensburg, which is located just outside the city center on a hill in the south of the city.
Because of the city´s unique status as "the only authentically preserved large medieval city in Germany" the Old Town Regensburg with Stadtamhof" was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
IREBS Institut für Immobilienwirtschaft
IREBS Immobilienakademie GmbH
65346 Eltville im Rheingau
+49 (0) 6723 9950-30
+49 (0) 6723 9950-35
Both fast and regional train stop at Regensburg Main Station. It is a station on the railway lines Amsterdam-Vienna and Paris-Prague.
Within Germany, train services operate from Berlin/Dresden, Hamburg/Hannover, Dortmund/Cologne, Frankfurt/Stuttgart and Munich to Regensburg. For more information please visit Deutsche Bahn.
Once you have arrived at Regensburg Main Station, you can either reach Universität Regensburg by a 20-30 minute walk, by taking a taxi or a bus (Lines 2b, 6 and 11). To find out about bus schedules, please visit the website of the Regensburger Verkehrsverbund.
The buses with the numbers 2b, 4, 6 and 11 des Regensburger Verkehrsverbund will take you to Universität Regensburg. Please get off at the bus stop „Universität". Those buses (with the exception of the bus with the numbers 4) depart from „Bustreff Albertstraße“ next to the main station.
If you own a BahnCard and have bought a long-distance train ticket, you can use all buses of Regensburger Verkehrsverbund free of charge (= City-Ticket).
The motorways A3 and A93 will take you to Regensburg.
A3: Frankfurt – Nuremberg – Regensburg – Passau – Vienna
Exit: „Universität / Klinikum“; then follow the signposts („Universität“).
You will get to the university’s underground car park via Albertus-Magnus-Straße that runs underneath the campus.
A93: Munich – Regensburg – Hof – Dresden
Exist 43: "Regensburg - Kumpfmühl". After you have passed the traffic light just drive straight on for 2.6 km (via Ludwig-Thoma-Straße). At the second traffic light turn right into „Universitätsstraße“. At the next crossing turn left into Albertus-Magnus-Straße that runs underneath the campus. This street will also lead you to the university’s underground car park.
From Munich Airport
There is a regular bus service – number 635 of Münchner Verkehrsbetriebe – from Terminal 2 to Freising Station. A direct train service from Freising takes you to Regensburg within 60 or 90 minutes.
You might also want to use the Airportliner that offers airport transfer from Munich Airport to Regensburg. Please note that this service needs to be booked in advance.
From Nuremberg Airport
A city bus or the subway will bring you to Nuremberg Main Station. A direct train service (approximately every hour) operates between Nuremberg and Regensburg. The train ride will take between 60 to 90 minutes, depending on the type of train.
Car parking is provided on campus for the use of staff, students and visitors. There are no parking fees. You may only park on reserved parking bays if you have a special permit.
Never park on the forum (the paved area between the main buildings), on grass verges or any areas that are not designated for parking. If you need to drive on the forum, you must apply for a special permit.
We will be happy to help you find suitable accommodation. If you have already chosen a hotel and would like an opinion, please call our local customer manager. She will share with you previous students’ experiences. She can also provide you with an annotated list of accommodation in nearby hotels which have been unreservedly recommended by our past students.
Anke Schneider zeichnet sich verantwortlich für den Bereich Marketing in Sachen Organisation und Printmedien. Desweiteren organisiert sie den Studiengang MBA Real Estate und unterstützt unsere Exzellenzstudenten und -studentinnen bei den erforderlichen Vorbereitungen zum Studiengang sowie während der Vorlesungszeit.
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