University of Paderborn • Paderborn, Germany
The Paderborn University was founded in 1972 in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is one of the fourteen universities that has received several awards from German Research Foundation as winners of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize and a grant recipient of European Research Council.
Students enrolled at the university has now reached to more than 20,000 from the beginning of semester of 2016-2017 and counting. The university has two campuses, namely:
• The main campus - has two student halls and consist of buildings separated by yards which have enough space to barbecue and play soccer in summertime. It is located at Warburger Street in Paderborn
• The Furstenallee campus – beside the world’s biggest computer museum, the Heinz Nixdorf Museum Forum. The Computer science and Systems engineering departments are holding their activities in this campus. The campus is connected to the main via “uni-line” bus. It is located 5 km from the main campus.
The Paderborn University has International Office connected to over 140 partner universities around the world. They offer various exchange programs works closely to student organization Eurobiz, giving assistance to exchange students and introduce the German culture and the Germany itself.
Information about enrollment and application procedure are available in their homepage. Just log on to their main website or social media network for more information about the university.