University of Regensburg

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University in Bavaria, Germany

About University of Regensburg

According to Wikipedia, The University of Regensburg is a public research university located in the medieval city of Regensburg, Bavaria, a city that is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The university was founded on 18 July 1962 by the Landtag of Bavaria as the fourth full-fledged university in Bavaria. Following groundbreaking in 1965, the university officially opened to students during the 1967–1968 winter semester, initially housing faculties in Law and Business Sciences and Philosophy. During the summer semester of 1968 the faculty of Theology was created. Currently, the University of Regensburg houses eleven faculties.

What Is University of Regensburg Known For?

University of Regensburg is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

University of Regensburg's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are University of Regensburg's Most Influential Alumni?

University of Regensburg's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Chemistry, Religious Studies, and Law. Here are some of University of Regensburg's most famous alumni:

Martin Walser
Martin Walser
A German writer.
Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Wolfgang A. Herrmann
A German chemist.
Karl Stetter
Karl Stetter
A German microbiologist.
Markus Brunnermeier
Markus Brunnermeier
A German economist.
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
A German physicist.
Heribert Prantl
Heribert Prantl
A German journalist and author.
Klaus Regling
Klaus Regling
A German economist.
May Ayim
May Ayim
A German poet.
Georg Friedrich von Martens
Georg Friedrich von Martens
A German jurist and diplomat.
Reinhard Pöllath
A German businessperson.
Joseph Fessio
Joseph Fessio
An American priest.
Ieronymos II of Athens
Ieronymos II of Athens
An Archbishop of Athens.

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