Top Universities of Germany

RWTH Aachen University

RWTH Aachen University is one of the most renowned technical university and it is the largest university of technology in Germany. This university was chosen by the DFG as one of nine German universities of excellence for its future concept RWTH 2020: Meeting Global Challenges and additionally won funding for one graduate school and three clusters of excellence. Many international students and scientists come here every year for its advanced facilities and highly esteemed courses. With its 260 institutes in nine faculties, RWTH Aachen has around 43,721 students in 144 courses of study including almost 8,000 international students from more than 120 countries. The main focus of this university is to associate engineering with medicine and natural sciences which make it an integrated, interdisciplinary technical university. It plans a fundamental enlargement and restructuring of its campus for the close future. The new campus areas shall provide space for clusters of research institutions and industry partners to offer a better integration of research and technology.

University of Augsburg

The university of Augsburg is one of most nice and convenient place to study in Germany. Many numbers of International students study here than any other university in Germany. This university has a highly spacious modern campus which is situated near the historic city center of Augsburg. There are totally seven faculties in this university which includes Theology; Business Administration and Economics; Law; Philosophy and Social Sciences; Philology and History; Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Applied Computer Science.

Technical University of Berlin

The TU Berlin is a member of TU9, an incorporated society of the largest and most notable German institutes of technology and of the Top Industrial Managers for Europe network. It has one of the highest proportions of international students in Germany in 2016. The schools in TU Berlin are Humanities; Mathematics and Natural sciences; Process sciences and Engineering; Electrical engineering and Computer science; Mechanical engineering and Transport systems; Building and Environment; Economics and Management. New budgeting system was introduced here to allow flexible funding for the research programs. There are many notable alumni of this university who made greater achievements in their respective fields.

University of Bonn

The university of Bonn is a public university which was founded almost 200 years ago and is considered to be one of Germany’s and Europe’s most important institutes of higher education. This University offers a large number of undergraduate and graduate programs in a range of subjects. Its library holds more than five million volumes. It has over 32,500 students, 4,000 of these are international students and about 800 Ph.Ds. The university has a faculty of more than 500 professors, an academic staff of 3,900 and a support staff of 4,800. The annual budget was more than 570 million Euros. The schools in this university are Catholic Theology; Protestant Theology; Law and Economics; Medicine; Humanities; Mathematics and Science; Agricultural Science.

Chemnitz University of Technology

The Chemnitz University of Technology is famous for Mechanical engineering, automotive sciences, and Microsystems technology. It is one of the oldest and largest technical university in Germany. The eight departments in this university are Computer Science; Economics and Business Administration; Electrical Engineering and Information Technology; Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering; Natural Sciences; Humanities; Behavioral and Social Sciences. The main research fields in this university are New materials; Production Life Cycle; Microelectronics and Micro-electromechanical systems; Applications and Development of systems; Communications, Media, Technology; Modeling, Simulation, High-Performance Computing.

University of Duisburg-Essen

The University of Duisburg-Essen is the most recently established in the Rhein-Ruhr region and a member of the newly founded University Alliance Metropolis Ruhr. It has 12 departments and more than 39,000 students and it is one of the largest university in Germany. The faculties in this university are Humanities; Social sciences; Department of Educational Sciences; Art and Design; Business Administration; Mercator School of Management; Mathematics; Physics; Chemistry; Biology and Geology; Engineering; Medicine.

University of Freiburg

The university was founded in 1457 by the Habsburg dynasty as the second university in Austrian-Habsburg territory after the University of Vienna. It has a long tradition of teaching the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. It is above all the variety of academic programs which attracts so many students to Freiburg. The university boasts a variety of degree programs in any of more than 60 fields in 11 faculties. The faculties are, Theology; Law; Medicine; Economic and Behavioral sciences; Philology; Philosophy; Mathematics and Physics; Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Geosciences; Biology; Forest and Environmental sciences; Engineering.