University of Mannheim • Mannheim, Germany
The University of Mannheim was founded in 1967 as a public research university in Mannheim. The university has over 12,000 students and more than 1,200 academic and administrative staff. It is located on urban campus in the city of Mannheim.
The university belongs to small group of universities that is said to be a classical university.
The German newspaper Die Zeit define the University of Mannheim as “The Harvard of Germany”. The UMA ranked by the QS World University Rankings as the best one hundred universities with the discipline of Social Science & Management, Accounting & Finance, Business Administration & Management. The university received the ERASMUS E-Quality seal for its performance in exchange program in 2012.
Since 2005, the university started charging tuition fees of 500 euros but then followed an amendment in Baden-Wurttemberg in which students won’t have to pay tuition starting the year 2012 onwards.
The University Library of Mannheim has four libraries with 2.2 million volumes. It has numerous electronic services including 47,000 e-books, 600 scientific databases and 30,000 scientific journals.
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