Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz

With about 36,500 students from about 130 nations, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) is one of the ten largest universities in Germany. As the only comprehensive university in Rhineland-Palatinate, JGU combines almost all academic disciplines under one roof, including the Mainz University Medical Center, the School of Music, and the Mainz Academy of Arts. This is a unique feature in the German academic landscape. With 84 fields of study and a total of 222 degree courses, including 98 Bachelor’s and 103 Master’s degree programs, JGU offers an extraordinarily broad range of courses. Some 4,150 academics, including 540 professors, teach and conduct research in JGU’s more than 150 departments, institutes, and clinics (as of December 1, 2011; financed by federal and third-party funding).

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