Philipps-Universität Marburg • Marburg, Germany
A public university and main university of principality of Hesse, the Philipps University of Marburg was founded in 1527, known as one of Germany’s oldest building in Hesse. It was before a Protestant foundation but no longer has religious affiliation when it became a state university.
The Philipps University of Marburg has more than 25,000 students with around 3,000 academic staff and more than 2,000 administrative staff. The students can gain valuable experience in their studies, involve in non-profit initiatives, international exchange projects as an opportunity and making a difference in Marburg as being a part of the community.
The university has numerous universities abroad which they cooperates internationally but maintains a strategic partnership with:
• University of Kent - United Kingdom
• Zhejiang Daxue in Hangzhou - People’s Republic of China
• Tongji Daxue in Shanghai - People’s Republic of China
For the students coming from abroad, going to university can be access by private car or public transport. There are description available online, just go to their main website to get more information and details about the university.