University of Bonn • Bonn, Germany
The University of Bonn is characterized as a world-renowned research and historical ambience university for two centuries. It was founded as the Rhein University on 1818 by Frederick William III. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs, with student around 35,000 and over 6,000 staff.
The university’s teaching and learning has high quality standards by a system of quality assurance so that the performance potential of each student is optimally developed. Studying in Bonn means learning from the best with their 200 degree programs and internationally renowned researcher. The University of Bonn has excellent relationships with renowned research institutes and universities around the world.
The University of Bonn consist of faculties which has a large number of institutes, seminars and clinics. Each faculty is headed by a dean and a faculty council, which is divided into seven:
• Catholic Theological Faculty
• Protestant Theological Faculty
• Faculty of Law and Political Science
• Medical School
• Faculty of Arts
• Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
• Faculty of Agriculture
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