Universität Regensburg, founded in 1962, is located on a modern campus at the southern edge of a historic city dating back to the Roman Ages. The university provides a broad variety of disciplines, a favorable student-teacher ratio and excellent facilities.
Originally designed as a regional university, it has developed into a renowned centre of teaching and research with a strong tradition in international cooperation. There are currently around 21,600 students enrolled at Universität Regensburg, including 1,640 international students (as of winter semester 2015/16).
President, 3 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Financial Officer.
Universität Regensburg is located on a campus of 150 hectares at the southern edge of the Old Town, which is only 15 minutes away by bus.
Catholic Theology; Law; Business, Economics and Management Information Systems; Medicine; Philosophy, Art History, History and Humanities; Psychology, Education and Sports Science; Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies; Mathematics; Physics; Biology and Pre-Clinical Medicine; Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Framework Programme 7, ESF, EFRE, NIH, Bill, CGU and Melinda Gates Foundation. ERASMUS+; Bilateral agreements with 310 universities all over the world; member of CGU.
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With its 11 faculties, the Universität Regensburg offers a wide range of programmes of study. Almost all faculties (few exceptions are e.g. Medicine, Pharmacy and Law) have modularised their Bachelor and Master programmes. The B.A. programmes at the university comprise two or three subjects that are studied simultaneously. In the B.Sc. course of study, one subject is studied as the main focus. Bachelor programmes are based on a three-year study cycle, Master programmes on a two-year cycle.
Comparative european Ethnology
Complex Condensed Materials and Soft Matter
Concepts of Humanity and Human Values in a Christian Perspective
Criminology and Research on Violence
Cultural History of the Middle Ages
Czech Language and Literature
Early and Ancient History
Eastern Europe Studies
Experimental and Clinical Neurosciences
Fine Arts and Aesthetic Education
French Language and Literature
General and Comparative Linguistics
German Language and Literature
Greek Language and Literature
History of Science
Italian Language and Literature
Intercultural European Studies
Latin Language and Literature
Literary Theory and Comparative Literature
Management Information Systems
Media Theory and Comparative
Polish Language and Literature
Real Estate Management
Romance Language and Literature
Russian (Eastern Slavic) Language and Literature
Slavic Languages and Literature
South East European Studies
South Slavic Languages and Literature
Spanish Language and Literature
Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Synthesis and Catalysis
Teacher Training for Elementary and Secondary Schools