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Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Country Germany
City Wuerzburg
Bachelor (foreigners)287 USD/year.
Master (foreigners)287 USD/year.
Bachelor (citizens)249 USD/year.
Master (citizens)249 USD/year.
Cost of living $644-1,243 USD/Month.
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General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Established 1402
Teachers 1,580
Students 26,400
Foreigners 6%
Religion None
Academic calendar Semesters
AdmissionBased on past academic records
Gender limitation No limits
Campus type Urban
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Motto
Universitas Julius-Maximilianae Herbipoli
Accreditation
• Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst
Affiliations
• European University Association (EUA)
• Coimbra Group
Rankings
World ranking269
Country ranking19
International Faculty368
Citations per Faculty205
Ranking in world by sphere
Life Sciences and Medicine204
Natural Science262
Ranking in world by discipline
Physics101
Chemistry32
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking269
QS World University Rankings405
ARWU Academic Ranking151
Alternative title
Arabic جامعة فورتسبورغ
German Universität Würzburg
Spanish Universidad de Wurzburgo
French Université de Würzburg
Japanese ヴュルツブルク大学
Korean 뷔르츠부르크대학
Portuguese Universidade de Wurzburgo
Russian Университет Юлиуса-Максимилиана Вюрцбург
Chinese 维尔茨堡大学
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University of Wuerzburg or Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg - public higher education institution in Germany.

University of Wuerzburg - Description

Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg (JMU) is an internationally acclaimed university with a tradition of more than 600 years. It is currently home of more than 400 professors and 28 000 students. Our university is deeply rooted in the region, but at the same time our research and teaching activities have led to achievements of global significance. 14 Nobel Laureates have researched and taught in Würzburg. The university offers more than 100 subjects in ten different faculties, comprising the humanities, law and economics, social and natural sciences, life sciences, medicine and engineering. We closely coordinate our teaching and research activities and regard the promotion of junior academics as an essential responsibility. The establishment of several Graduate Schools in 2004 constituted a milestone in this endeavour. Moreover, as early as in the 1990s, Julius Maximilian University began founding cross-faculty research centres, opening up new research fields and possibilities for innovative degree programmes. These interdisciplinary centres have become an internationally prominent trademark of the University of Würzburg and show our commitment to strengthening interdisciplinary research. Furthermore, we strive to make a contribution to fostering academic freedom and intercultural scientific exchange by means of partnerships with universities from all over the world.

Description of University of Wuerzburg

Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg (JMU), founded in 1402, is one of the oldest German universities with a long tradition in research and teaching excellence. It is currently home of more than 400 professors and almost 28 000 students. Würzburg is a city encircled by vineyards, nestled in a curve of the river Main. Its 1300 year history draws hundreds of thousands of tourists each year, all captivated by the rich cultural heritage and beautiful landscape. Our university is deeply rooted in the region, but at the same time our research and teaching activities have led to achievements of global significance. 14 Nobel Laureates as well as many other eminent scholars and scientists, among them Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who discovered the X-rays in 1895, have researched and taught in Würzburg. Harald zur Hausen received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008 for discovering that viruses trigger cervical cancer. The university offers more than 100 subjects in ten different faculties, comprising the humanities, law and economics, social and natural sciences, life sciences, medicine and selected areas of engineering. We are committed to continuing excellence in research and teaching across all branches of science. In addition to the ‘classic’ subjects, the university also offers many new degree programmes. The most recent ones are Nanostructure Technology, Functional Materials, Biomedicine, Modern China, Digital Humanities, Media Communications, Human Factors in Computing Systems and Museology – to name but a few. We prepare our students for careers in a wide range of fields. In this context, we closely coordinate our teaching with our current research activities and regard the promotion of junior academics as an essential responsibility. The establishment of several Graduate Schools in 2004 constituted a milestone in this endeavour. Moreover, as early as in the 1990s, the University of Würzburg began founding cross-faculty research centres, opening up new research fields and possibilities for innovative degree programmes. These interdisciplinary centres have become an internationally prominent trademark of the University of Würzburg and show our commitment to strengthening interdisciplinary research and cooperation. Gaining insights into all scientific disciplines and sharing these with students, research professionals and the general public is what JMU considers one of its main tasks. We are convinced that we must never forget our responsibility towards society. Thus we strive to make a contribution to fostering academic freedom, intercultural exchange and the generation of new knowledge by means of partnerships with universities from all over the world

Programs - Bachelor - University of Wuerzburg

Bachelor Ancient Near Eastern Philology
Bachelor Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Bachelor Anglistics / American
Bachelor Biochemistry
Bachelor Biology
Bachelor Biomedicine
Bachelor Business Administration
Bachelor Business Integration
Bachelor Business Management
Bachelor Chemistry
Bachelor Computational Mathematics
Bachelor Digital Humanities
Bachelor Education For Special Educational Needs
Bachelor Education Sciences
Bachelor Egyptology
Bachelor Ethnomusicology / Transcultural Music Studies
Bachelor European Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology
Bachelor Evangelical Theology
Bachelor Focus Chemistry
Bachelor Old World
Bachelor Protestant Religious Education
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Programs - Master - University of Wuerzburg

Master Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Master Anglistics / American
Master Applied Human Geography
Master Applied Physical Geography, Geosystemwandel and Protection
Master Biochemistry
Master Biology
Master Biomedicine
Master Business Administration
Master Business Integration
Master Business Management
Master Chinese Studies
Master Computational Mathematics
Master Didactics of A Subject Group of Secondary School
Master Economics
Master Education Sciences
Master Egyptology
Master Ethnomusicology / Transcultural Music Studies
Master European Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology
Master European Law / Business Law
Master Experimental Medicine
Master Focus Life Sciences
Master Focus Pharmacy
Master Focus Physics
Master Focus Physics Nanostructure Technology
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