University of Cologne - UZK • Cologne, Germany
The University of Cologne was established in 1388 and re-established in 1919. It was the sixth university to be established in Central Europe. It has more than 48,000 student body and more than 7,000 academic staff and now one of the largest universities in Germany.
The university aims to motivate students to develop their profile and introduce them to scientific work. The students receive advice and support all along the entire student lifecycle from their choice of study from the start until their successful completion. The university offers this to students:
• 100 subjects in over selectable subject combinations
• Freely selectable study integral area
• Research-oriented teaching
• Differentiated internationalization standards
• Diversity orientation and dedicated equal opportunities
• Targeted counselling
• Participation and involvement in regular surveys
• Innovation in teaching
• Digital support in everyday study life
The University of Cologne has 20 official partner universities from ten countries and further cooperation with 260 universities worldwide. The university gives importance to a safe, non-discriminatory and non-violent place of study. The University of Cologne does not tolerate Sexual discrimination.
Please check their guidelines for application procedures and more information about the university in their main website and social network.