Elena studies law, Julian biology and chemistry. Peter Bofinger was Professor of Economics and Professor Cynthia Sharma researches at the Institute of Molecular Infection Biology (IMIB). They all have one thing in common: enthusiasm for working, living and studying in Würzburg - at the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg.
28.000 young people are studying in more than 250 degree programmes at JMU. In addition to classics such as law, medicine, philosophy and theology, there are many innovative courses at JMU, such as nanostructure technology, modern China or games engineering. The University of Würzburg stands for globally relevant research in all major scientific fields. That is why it is so popular with students and researchers and has an excellent standing internationally. The JMU realzises the great importance to cooperation with industry and the transfer of knowledge into the society - like its motto "Science for Society".