University of Potsdam • Potsdam, Germany
The University of Potsdam is the largest university in Brandenburg and fourth largest in Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan area. It is known for its reputable education and research locations Germany and Europe. The university was founded in 1991, with more than 20,000 students enrolled and over 2,000 academic and administrative staff.
The university situated across four campuses in three locations:
• New Palace, Sanssouci – resides the Institutes of Mathematics and Sports. It is an 18th century baroque buildings situated near Park Sanssouci
• Golm – home for the Faculties of Humanities, Mathematics and Science with state-of-the-art research facilities. Three of the Max Planck Institutes, two Fraunhofer Institutes and start-up center GO:IN also resides here.
• Babelsberg – houses the Faculties of Law, Economics and Social Studies, Institute of Computer Science, situated in the city border of Berlin near the vicinity of the famous Babelsberg film Studios.
The University of Potsdam offers scholarship program for post-graduate students but the opportunities are vary according to country of origin or in the field of study. Tuition fees also varies on nationality and study programs, however, there is no tuition fees applied for German students and EU/EEA students.
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