Also known as Julius-Maximilians-University, the University of Wuerzburg is a public university situated in the Wuerzburg region of Germany. It was established 600 years ago in 1402, making it one of the oldest universities in Germany. JMU was the sixth institution of higher education in earlier Germany. The university has given many famous scholars and scientists that include 14 Nobel laureates, including Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen and Emil Fischer.
The university has an extensive choice of subjects at various degree levels. University of Wuerzburg offers 250 degree programs with about 28,277 students enrolled. The university has contributed significantly to varying areas of science and medicine. JMU’s research centres have pushed the institution into the top tier of Germany’s academic institutions and continues to have a high standing in the scientific community.
Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, for the Winter Semester of 2020-2021, the University of Wuerzburg will not accept international applications after July 15, 2020. Notarized copies and translations won’t be required until enrollment at the university.
|Budget||632 Million EUR|
|Courses offered||Pre-professional, undergraduate and graduate – masters, diploma and doctoral|
|International student percentage||9% (2,600)|
|Academic calendar||Semester System|
|International Admission helpdesk||+49 931 31-82805, firstname.lastname@example.org|
International applicants may apply for admission at the University of Wuerzburg online. Hard copy of the form is required to be sent along with documents to the University to complete the admission process.
International students must note that the University of Wurzburg has both unrestricted and restricted admission programs. For unrestricted courses, the application process is not required and direct enrolment is provided. The restricted category is the normal kind of admission with a limited number of seats available, hence requiring a proper application process.
Application deadline: –
Required documents and eligibility: –
|Bachelor, Teaching degree||B2|
|Master international economic policy||A2|
|Master chemistry and management||B2|
|Master (rest all programs)||DSH2/DSH3 or equivalent|
Send the application through post or by in person: –
International Students Office
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
Estimated annual cost of attendance for candidates pursuing a degree program at the University of Wuerzburg is 8,660 EUR.
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|Student : Faculty Ratio||64 : 1|