68.635 Inhabitants ¹
9.727 Students ²
2 Higher education institutions ²
WELCOME TO FULDA
Fulda benefits greatly from its proximity to the Rhine-Main region. There are many people who commute to work to Frankfurt or Würzburg every day because the Fulda train station is one of those at which the Intercity Express trains (ICE) stop.
There are numerous companies which operate in Fulda itself. One of the important employers in the region is “Fulda Reifen”, a well-known tyre company in Germany. The main headquarters of the food retailer “tegut” are also situated in Fulda.
The tourist attractions downtown include and the Baroque with its gorgeous . At the intersection at Kanalstrasse not far from the cathedral square, you’ll discover a fourteen-metre tower called the Hexenturm (Witch’s Tower). It once belonged to Fulda’s medieval city walls many centuries ago.
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LIVING IN FULDA
If you’re looking for a room in Fulda, we recommend checking out the Wohnbörse and speaking with the staff at the International Office. There are an abundance of offers available on the market. Fulda is relatively small which makes it easy to meet other students and become well-acquainted with your professors. Tandem language partners can help lessen your fear of speaking in German and are interested in getting practice in speaking your native language.
If you’re more into sports, the (partly open to all students in town) offers you plenty of ways to exercise at a low cost. Every semester, you have the chance to try out something new – acrobatics, functional training – you name it! The organisers are always looking for course instructors, so if you have expertise in a certain sport, it’s a great way to earn some extra cash.
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