University of Jena History
The University of Jena was established in 1558 and is counted among the 10th oldest universities in Germany. It is a public research university located in Jena, Thuringia, Germany. It was also affiliated with six Nobel Prize winners. In the 20th Century, the university was collaborated with Carl Zeiss and thereby became the massive University.
University of Jena Programs, Courses, and Schools
The University offers 200 programmes in theology, jurisprudence, economics and business administration, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, mathematics and computer science, physics and astronomy, chemical and earth sciences, biology and pharmacy, medicine.
University of Jena Campuses
Jena University is located in a modern high-tech city. Most of the people living in Jena are students. Because of the city’s modern Infrastructure, it holds diverse student culture, beautiful “Paradise” Park, Theatre, Cinemas, Shops, Cafés, and Restaurant.
University of Jena Notable Alumni
Herbert Kroemer, (Nobel Prize-winning physicist), Gerhart Hauptmann (Nobel Prize-winning writer), Johann Bachstrom, (writer, scientist, physician and Lutheran theologian), Karl Marx, (doctorate in absentia, 1841).
University of Jena Programs
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Bachelors: Summer semester January 15, winter semester July 15
Masters: December 1 to January 15
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
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