University of Cologne

The University of Cologne was first established in 1388 as a public academic institution in Cologne, Germany. It is one of the oldest universities in all of Europe and is known as being an elite institution due to its awards from the German Universities Excellence Initiative. The University of Cologne has more than 45,600 bachelors' and master's students, which are enrolled in the university's six prestigious faculties. Furthermore, the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences, as well as the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, are the two largest bodies at the institution and are known throughout the region for their intensive research methods and strategies. 

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Universitätsstr. 22 a, Albertus-Magnus-Platz

Köln, DE