University of Cologne

The University of Cologne, founded in 1388, is one of the top comprehensive research universities in Germany and a member of the GermanU15 group. Cologne’s students come from 180 countries. Its 6 faculties and 16 cross-faculty research and teaching centres ensure the high reputation of Cologne’s graduates for both research and the wider market. Among our many internationally renowned research units are four Clusters of Excellence on Aging-Associated Diseases, Public Policy and Markets, Plant Sciences and Matter, and Light for Quantum Computing funded within the German Excellence Strategy.

Some highlights:

Facts & Figures

  • Students: 50,300
  • Educators & Staff: 6,300
  • Faculties: 6
  • Interfaculty Research & Teaching Centres: 16

EUniWell responsible persons

Prof. Dr. Beatrix Busse (Vice-Rector Teaching and Studies)

Prof. Dr. Heinz-Peter Mansel (Vice-Rector International Affairs)

Dr. Stephanie Bölts (Project Manager)