University of Kiel • Kiel, Germany
The Kiel University, Christian-Albrechts-universitat zu Kiel – CAU, is the largest, oldest and most prestigious university in Schleswig-Holstein. It was founded in 1665 by Christian Albert, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. The faculty, alumni and researchers of CAU won 12 Nobel Prizes.
Today, CAU has more than 25,000 students and increasing with over 2,000 staff. The university has 185 study programs and 80 subjects which is connected in scientific cultures. The university has a cooperation with the International Center (IC) on studying and interning outside Germany which supports and promotes international relationships with other institutions abroad. It is the means of contact for questions concerning admissions, advising, assisting international students or interning and studying of Kiel University student’s outside Germany.
Enrollees in Kiel University enables the students to make the start of studies and orientation in the campus. They are conducting numerous orientation events of faculties, institutes and student councils to give the first look into the organization and timetable creation.
In addition to other information about the details on general study matters, courses and programs, please visit their homepage or social media network.