University of Erfurt

University of Erfurt

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Seminarsituation an der Universität Erfurtim Kreuzgang des DomsBlick auf den Campus, rechts AudimaxProfessor der Universität Erfurt im Gesptäch mit StudentinnenInternationale Studierende der Uni Erfurt in der BibliothekStudierende im HörsaalErdgeschoss Universitätsbibliothek ErfurtPfeilersaal Forschungsbibliothek GothaBlick auf das Campus-Café Hilgenfeld und Universitätsbibliothek ErfurtGruppenbild von Angehörigen des Fachbereichs Kunst im Atelier

The University of Erfurt is a public university for the arts and humanities with a particular focus on cultural and social sciences. Founded in 1379, closed during the 19th century, and reopened in 1994 following German reunification, the school has acquired recognition due to the quantity and quality of its academic achievements in the fields of education, religion, and other key disciplines. All curricula, including those for teacher training, have been accredited as best-practice models for the implementation of the Bologna system.

Conveniently situated near the capital city’s downtown area, the University of Erfurt encourages direct communication among all members, and facilitates educational exploration as well as interdisciplinary research both on campus and at international partner schools. The University’s mentoring system, its required general education program, and its integrated career orientation program make it a model for other schools. It offers students from Thuringia, other German states, and countries around the world a variety of degree programs at the bachelor, master, Ph.D., and post-doctoral levels. The university’s curriculum, combined with many other facets of the UE experience, prepares students for success in nearly every field imaginable.

Key Research Foci: "Education" and "Religion"

The University of Erfurt is characterized by its specialization in two particular areas: education and religion.

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