Prospective students
Students

Information for students

You would like to re-enrol? You would like to change subjects or study for a double degree? You find it difficult to organise your studies or arrange your classes? Or you are thinking about spending some time studying abroad?

We'll make sure you won't get lost in a maze of rules and regulations! On the following pages, you will find detailed information on different aspects of your university studies.

 
Alumni

Alumni of the University of Würzburg
Our network, our future

What do you have in common with a theatre manager in India, an entrepreneur in Germany, a lawyer in Bulgaria or a researcher in South Africa? You spent at least part of your student life at the University of Würzburg. We are looking forward to sharing your ideas and experiences!

 
Visitors, the city and the region

Visitors, the city and the region

The University is committed to making a contribution to the city of Würzburg and the surrounding communities. This is why the University Library, the botanical garden, the Martin von Wagner Museum and other University facilities are all open to the general public as are various open days, concerts, readings, series of talks and other events organised by the University. In this section, all members of the public can find information on the respective facilities and events.

 
Staff

Information for staff members

In this section, you will find a wide range of information as well as links to offers and services for staff members of the University of Würzburg.

 
Research/businesses

High-class research

You would like to find out more about research at the University of Würzburg? Numerous projects financed by third-party funds as well as collaborative research centres, research training groups and research units demonstrate the quality of our research.

A partner for business

You run a business and are looking for both highly-qualified junior staff and more opportunities for cooperation? Please do not hesitate to contact us.

 
News and Announcements

Two new projects at the University of Würzburg's Institute of Computer Science receive nearly EUR 750,000 worth of funding. The institute is working to make secure and efficient networks for the Internet of the future happen.

1600 years ago, the Church Father Jerome took a highly creative approach to the translation of the Old Testament Book of Judith: he cut the original text down to about a half, as the theologian Lydia Lange demonstrates in her doctoral thesis.

The very first cry of neonates is marked by their maternal language. This seems to be especially apparent in tonal languages, where pitch and pitch fluctuation determine the meaning of words - as a team of scientists led by the University of Würzburg has demonstrated for the first time.

Once again, the prestigious Shanghai Ranking has placed the University of Würzburg among the world’s top 200 universities. It is one of only four Bavarian and fourteen German universities in this league.