Goethe University Frankfurt Background
The University of Frankfurt is a university established in Frankfurt, Germany. It was originated in the early twentieth century and it was called a citizens' university upon its inception. The university currently has more than forty-five thousand students divided in all its four campuses which are spread across the city. the university is made if sixteen faculties and many research institutes associated with the university
Goethe University Frankfurt Campuses
The University is located across four campuses in Frankfurt. Campus Westend is the headquarters of the university, also comprises of a wide range of subjects such as social sciences that includes history, archaeology and modern subjects like pedagogy and human geography. Campus Bockenheim is the University library for Mathematics, Computer science, Fine Arts. Campus Riedberg is for Pharmacy, Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry.
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The university celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014. Eighteen Nobel Prize winners have been associated with the university, including Max von Laue and Max Born. The university is also affiliated with eleven winners of the prestigious Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize.
Goethe University Frankfurt Rankings
Goethe University has been ranked by the New York Times among the World's 10 best Universities by employer choice. By far the best German University and the best University in Continental Europe. Goethe University was ranked 10 out of 150 top universities in 2012 and QS World University Rankings is 279th
Goethe University Frankfurt Notable Alumni
Notable alumni of the university include Paul Ehrlich, 1908 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, Max von Laue: 1914 Nobel Prize for Physics, Otto Loewi: 1914 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, and Paul Karrer: 1937 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Goethe University Programs
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1. Goethe Goes Global Master Scholarships
The scholarship program of Goethe University’s Master is an innovative project and is unique in the academic landscape of Germany. For a period of five years (2016-2020), the University is offering 20 scholarships per year for various MSc and MA courses with a special emphasis on research.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
All candidates need to have completed at least two-thirds of their bachelor’s degree (or another equivalent or higher degree) at a university outside of Germany.
To become eligible for admission to a Master’s program at Goethe University, you must have already completed a Bachelor’s degree (or another program at an equivalent level) in a relevant field, and have passed the selection process of the respective program. It is requested that one check which Master’s degree program you are interested in and whether you meet the application requirements, such as language skills, academic background, etc.
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