Category: Education in Germany

University of Tübingen

The University of Tübingen is a university in Tubingen , Germany . The university with the University of Heidelberg is one of the most famous and oldest universities of Germany. University of Tübingen Latin : Universitas Carolina Eberhardina motto : Attempto! Motto in English : I dare! established : 1477 type: public university Rector : Bernd Engler student : 27132 Company Tübingen , Baden-Württemberg , Germany website :  

University of Potsdam

The University of Potsdam ( German : Universität Potsdam ) is a German university in Potsdam in the state of Brandenburg . It has four campuses, including the Neues Palais of Sanssouci and Babelsberg Park . Faculties The university has the following faculties and institutes: Faculty of Law Faculty of Arts Faculty of Human Sciences Faculty of Economic Sciences and Social Studies Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences The Language Center…

Technical University of Munich

The Technical University of Munich or TUM ( German : Technische Universität Munich ) is a university located in Munich , Germany . This is one of the largest technical universities in Germany. The university has about 32,500 students enrolled. The university opened in 1868. References ↑ Jump up to:1.0 1.1 1.2 ( the ) ” The TUM in zahlen “. TU Munich. Retrieved on June 2, 2014.

Technical University of Darmstadt

The Technical University of Darmstadt or TUD ( German : Technische Universität Darmstadt ) is a university located in Darmstadt , Germany . This is the first autonomic university and is one of the largest technical universities in Germany. The university has about 25,000 students enrolled. The university opened in 1877. References ↑ Jump up to:1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 ( the ) zahlen und Fakten (Visit on June 2,…

Berlin School of Economics and Law

The Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht (HWR) Berlin , English officially Berlin School of Economics and Law , a publicFachhochschule (a kind Technikon or University of Applied Sciences) in the German capital Berlin on 1 April 2009 with the merger of two originally independent academic institutions, the Fachhochschule für Wirtschaft (FHW) Berlin and Fachhochschule für Verwaltung und Rechtspflege (FHVR) Berlin , originated. The HWR Berlin focuses its five departments and…


The Burschenschaft is a German student body (historically traditional association of students and former students) in Germany, Austria and Chile . There are two major umbrella organizations: The German Burschenschaft (German name: Deutsche Burschenschaft or short DB ) and the New German Burschenschaft (German name: Neue Deutsche Burschenschaft or short Neue DB ) that a separation from the German Burschenschaft from the year 1996 is. In addition to the two…

Schule Schloss Salem

The Schule Schloss Salem is a German boarding school in the former Ryksabdy Salem in Salem, a town near Lake Constance in the state of Baden-Württemberg , is housed. The school in 1920 established. The school admitted from the outset boys and girls. The founders Kurt Hahn, Karl Reinhardt and Maximilian von Baden was in favor of a modern reformed education and a set of principles determined by their educational…

Deutsche Schule Prag

The Deutsche Schule Prag ( German for: German School Prague , formerly Auslandsschule of DDR ; Czech : Německá škola in Prague ) is a German school in the suburb of Nové Butovice , in the Czech capital Prague . The school is the 1989 German Democratic Republic was founded.

Deutsche International Schule Johannesburg

The Deutsche Schule International Johannesburg (DSi) in Auckland Park, Johannesburg in 1890 and currently one of the largest German schools in mainland Africa with about 970 students from 27 countries. The DSi is a parallel private school in German and English ash taught languages used and both South African matric exams and the German international Abitur offer. History Foundation and early history During the gold rush of the Witwatersrand also…

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