The University of Wuppertal is a German institution of higher education, based in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia. The school is organized into 7 faculties: Humanities and Cultural Studies; Schumpeter School of Business and Economics; Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Architecture, Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering, Safety; Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Media Technology; Design and Art; and Education and Social Sciences. Over 90 courses are offered overall.
The Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg is an institution of higher education in Oldenburg, Germany. Founded in 1973, it has become one of the most important educational facilities in northwestern Germany. The school has a focus on interdisciplinary studies, and offers more than 80 different programs. It is organized in the following manner: Faculty I: Pedagogy and Education; Faculty II: Computer sciences, law and economics; Faculty III: Linguistics and Cultural studies; Faculty IV: Social Sciences; Faculty V: Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The university participates in the... See full description.
The University of Kiel is an institution of higher education, operating in the city of Kiel, Germany. It was established in 1665 to currently receive about 23,000 students. The school is organized into the following faculties: Theology, Law, Business, Economics and Social Sciences, Medicine, Arts and Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Agricultural Science and Nutrition, and Engineering. CAU perceive themselves as a "University consortium of scientific cultures", in which interdisciplinary research and teaching is encouraged. A final point worth noting is that the University is... See full description.
Heidelberg University was founded in 1386 and is the oldest University of Germany. The institution is home to some 29,000 students, distributed in 12 faculties. It is ranked as one of the best in the world.