Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich facts and picture
The Ludwig Maximilians University is located in Bayern and was founded in 1472 as a public institution having been proposed by Duke Ludwig. The Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich ranking is 2nd best university in Germany, and 43rd in the world. Similarly rated German colleges include Technical University Munich, Heidelberg University, University of Göttingen, and University of Bonn.
There are around 44000 students, of which 27300 are women and 7450 are from outside of Germany. There are around 4300 Diplome students, and 810 professors from a staff of over 10,000.
The Ludwig Maximilians University Munich has 18 faculties, and has received numerous Nobel prizes including Adolf Von Baeyer and Hans Fischer for Chemistry and Max Planck and Gustav Hertz for physics.
Ludwig-Maximilians is well funded with an endowment of 1,000,637 T€. The university of Munich is a member of the League of European Research Universities.
Ludwig-Maximilians University Address
Großhaderner Str. 3