The Friedrich Schiller University of Jena is one of the most politically radical university in Germany. The university was counted among the ten oldest in Germany, with six Nobel Prize. In 2014, the University of Jena has enrolled 19,000 students and 375 professors. Their current president is Walter Rosenthal that was elected 2014. The university was promoted through Carl Zeiss and also became a mass university.
The Friedrich University of Jena is a public research university located in Jena, Thuringia, Germany. It traditionally focuses on both humanities and sciences. It is one of the founder of the German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research Halle-Jena-Leipzig in 2013. It is the only German University with a chair for gravitational theory and Caucasus Studies.
The University of Jena also has museums and collections that open to the public namely: The Phyletic Museum which is unique in Europe, illustrating the history of evolution, the Mineralogical Collections with traces its root back to Goethe.
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Friedrich Schiller University in Jena is one of the most valuable places I have ever visited , a big milestone and a stedfast star to be accompained by on the journey through my life. Stands for more than one could easily think of, and offers the space to build just about anything one could wish for. International networking, cooperation and relations opportunities, rich student life, perfect studying circumstances and a tendency to always strive for higher levels of achievement.
I am very glad to be granted the chance to become a part of the unexpectedly beautiful environment and I hope this place will always be there to simply catapult individuals and collectives far out to the sky, from where they can make it heaven on Earth for some more of us. As well, as my self development, this University has pushed the boundaries of men and that is something what is present at this place, whether one could sense it since the very first moment or just realizes it after a while.
Once again, thanks. To the people who built and maintain the place at all times, because it’s their effort that makes mine worth a shot.