University of Erfurt • Erfurt, Germany
The University of Erfurt was founded in 1379 and re-established in 1994. One of the earliest medieval university, distinguished as an attractive and part unusual teaching and research from other universities. It is located in Erfurt, capital city of German state Thuringia. Martin Luther is one of the famous alumnus, studied from 1501-1505 in University of Erfurt. There numerous centers that are part of the university for a visible research activity, nationally and internationally:
• The Max Weber Center for Cultural and Social Studies
• Research Library Gotha
• Research Center Gotha
• Willy Brandt School of Public Policy
The university library has largest collections of early modern manuscript and keeper of Bibliotheca Amploniana, a collection of 1,000 medieval manuscripts. The university has two major areas of teaching and research priorities, Education and religion.
The University of Erfurt maintains its relation with partner universities in creating compatible study systems internationally and to increase attractiveness in study for German and foreign students.
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