Universität Ulm

Universität Ulm

University of Ulm

http://www.uni-ulm.de

The University of Ulm is the youngest of the nine Baden-Württemberg universities, founded in 1967. The campus is located 10 minutes by bus from the city, in the center of “Wissenschaftsstadt Ulm” (Science City) which hosts a variety of public and industrial research and development centres focussing on material sciences, hydrogen and solar energy sources, biomedical engineering, advanced materials for the automotive industry, mobile communication systems, advanced semiconductor devices, and the use of lasers in medicine.
Advanced students often spend internship periods in companies located in Science City or participate in research projects in close cooperation with the industrial partners.

The University of Ulm has approximately 7.500 students (12% international) enrolled in 4 faculties:

  1. Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science
  2. Faculty of Mathematics and Economics
  3. Faculty of Medicine
  4. Faculty of Natural Sciences


The city of Ulm (120 000 inhabitants) – birthplace of Albert Einstein – is situated on the river Danube in the heart of Europe. Ulm is primarily known for the tallest Christian church steeple in the world, the Gothic “Ulmer Münster”, for its medieval traditions and high tech industries. Ulm offers a high living qualitiy at a comparably low cost of living.

International Office Homepage: http://www.uni-ulm.de/international

Information for Exchange Students: http://www.uni-ulm.de/io/exchange.html

Promotion Materials for Exchange Partners:

http://www.uni-ulm.de/io/exchange/promotion.html

German Language Course Information: http://www.zsp.uni-ulm.de

Master of Science Courses offered in English

http://www.uni-ulm.de/en/studium/courses/programmes-of-study-in-english.html

  • Advanced Materials
  • Communications Technology
  • Energy Science and Technology
  • Finance
  • Molecular Medicine (Master + Phd)