Wuerzburg University Information
Located in the rich Bavarian region of Germany, the Wuerzburg University (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg) was first established in 1402, however it soon closed due to lack of, and misspending of funds. The Universität Würzburg ranking is joint 7th best college in Germany, and 150th in the world. Similarly rated German universities include University of Münster, University of Tübingen, University of Hamburg, and University of Kiel.
The current university can still trace its roots back to the early 16th century, having been re-established in 1582 by Julius Echter von Mespelbrunn who established a strongly catholic institution of learning.
Today the University of Würzburg has a strong reputation in the fields of science, and in Medicine. Over the years the Wuerzburg University has had no less than 13 nobel laureates who have either carried out research at the university or associated with it in some other way. These include:
Physics prize winners: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen; Ferdinand Braun; Max von Laue; Johannes Stark; Wilhelm Wien; and Klaus von Klitzing.
Chemistry prize winners: Emil Fischer; Svante Arrhenius; Eduard Buchner; Walther Hermann Nernst; and Hartmut Michel.
Medicine Prize winners: Karl Landsteiner; and Hans Spemann.
Würzburg University Address
The university is located at the following address:
The Julius-Maximilian University of Würzburg
Ranking and Quick Facts
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102 to 150
|European ranking (Jiaotong)||
35 to 56
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