University of Oldenburg • Oldenburg, Germany
The University of Oldenburg was established in 1973 and one of the highly regarded educational facilities in northwestern Germany. The university specializes in interdisciplinary and renewable energy studies focusing on solar and wind energy.
The University of Oldenburg has students of over 15,000 with 1,400 academic staff and 1,000 administrative staff. The university has main focus in the schooling of teachers during 1970 and offers 95 courses of study. The university also participates in ERASMUS program, a student exchange partnership in Europe. They have 105 partner universities in 44 countries worldwide. They have diverse international funding besides the research and educational funding. In addition, they have compiled the main funding program including national funding programs with international backgrounds, namely:
• European Research Council
• EU Framework program for Research and Innovation – Horizon 2020
• European Structural and Investment Funds – ERDF, INTERREG, ESF
• EU Program for Education, Training, Youth and Sport – ERASMUS+
• International Collaboration from German Funding Organizations
For freshman students, they begin their life in the university by searching for accommodation. If its around the city or near the campus, the Studentenwerk offers places and different types of accommodation are available for the students. There are also other organizations that provide places of accommodation including a private accommodation for international students.
For further details, just log on to their main website or social media sites.