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City of Cologne

  • Cologne city is situated in the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  • Founded as a Roman colony 2000 years ago.
  • Fourth biggest city in Germany.
  • Economic center of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  • 13 institutions of higher education and 77,000 students.
  • Many world-renowned research institutes, such as the Max Planck Institutes or the Helmholtz Centres are established in Cologne.

 

University of Cologne

  • The second oldest university in Germany that is established in the year 1388.
  • One of the largest universities in Germany with more than 50,000 students on campus.
  • A Traditional university offers interdisciplinarity in study programs and research.
  • More than 300 partnerships worldwide.
  • 14% International students on campus.

Statistics, UoC

  • Faculties: 6
  • Clusters of Excellence: 4
  • Graduate Schools: 47 (2020)
  • Collaborative Research Centres / Transregios: 15 (2021)
  • ERC-Grants: 17 (11/2021)
  • Leibniz Prize Winners: 11 (2021)
  • Alexander von Humboldt Professorships: 5 (2021)
  • UoC Centres: 16 (2021)
  • Academic staff: 4,706 (including Professorship / including Clinical Staff) (2020)
  • Administrative and technical staff: 3.476 (including. Med. Faculty + Clinic without nursing staff) (2020)
  • Professors: 635 (2020)
  • Degree program: 336 (2020)
  • Freshmen: 6,875 (2020)
  • Students: 50,792 (2020)

More Information: - https://portal.uni-koeln.de/en/university/uoc-at-a-glance