Philipps Universiteit van Marburg

Philipps Universiteit van Marburg

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hilipps-Universität is nie net 'n Duitse universiteit tradisieryke, Dit is ook die oudste universiteit in die wêreld wat gestig is as 'n Protestantse instelling in 1527. Dit was 'n plek van navorsing en onderrig vir byna vyf eeue. Meer inligting oor die profiel van Philipps-Universität, sy geskiedenis en 'n virtuele besigtigingstoer kan gevind word onder Profiel.

Deesdae is daar bykans 25,700 studente wat in Marburg – 12 persent van regoor die wêreld. As jy belangstel in sy studies aan Philipps-Universität is die inligting wat jy nodig het is beskikbaar onder Studentelewe. As jy 'n besoekende akademikus, you will find information under International.

Byna al die wetenskaplike dissiplines, met die uitsondering van die ingenieurswetenskappe, verteenwoordig by Philipps-Universität Marburg. Die verskillende dissiplines aan verskillende fakulteite, wat is te vinde onder fakulteite.

Talle organisasies aan te vul en te verryk reeks dienste van die Universiteit se. Byvoorbeeld, sulke organisasies kan spesiale navorsing aktiwiteite uit te voer of te ondersteun Philipps-Universität Marburg in die gebiede van kommunikasie, IT en vreemde tale

10 Goeie redes om te studeer by die Universität Marburg

Van argeologie om Tibetology, jy kan byna enigiets in Marburg studeer: 16 fakulteite bied ongeveer 20,000 studente beide tradisionele en innoverende geleenthede vir studies. Van die talle redes waarom jy moet kies om te studeer by die Philipps-Universität Marburg, Ons sal 'n lys van die eerste 10 vir jou hier:

1. Ons studente gradueer in 'n tydige wyse

Die mees onlangse Wetenskap studie weereens dat Marburg studente voltooi hul grade veel vinniger as mede-studente aan ander Duitse universiteite bevestig.
2. Uitnemendheid in onderrig
Van medisyne en biologie om vrede en konflik ondersoek, eerste en tweede onderrig by die Uni Marburg geplaas.
3. Beste voorwaardes vir die voortsetting van studies
Die Uni Marburg is nie net suksesvol as gevolg van die feit dat die belangrikste universiteitsbiblioteek is oop tot middernag: in die huidige “Sentrum vir Hoër Onderwys” universiteit ranglys, voorwaardes vir die bestudering in Marburg, veral in die natuurwetenskappe, received the highest markings. Geography was even ranked #1.
4. Altyd goed aangeraai
In Marburg daar nie net adviseer oor studies op 'n algemene vlak, maar ook ekstra ondersteuning aan die begin van jou akademiese loopbaan: orientation weeks with scavenger hunts, groentjie partye en die feestelike eerstejaarstudente aandete, al 'n deel van die Universiteit se verwelkoming pakket.
5. Professore wat uitblink in navorsing
Jy belangstel om betrokke te raak met navorsingsprojekte terwyl die voortsetting van jou studies? Jy sal in goeie hande met Marburg se talle, internasionaal erkende vakkundiges en navorsers: the Leibniz Prize, die Duitse Nobelprys, By wyse van spreke, het dikwels weg te Marburg.
6. By die huis rondom die wêreld
Met 120 vennootskappe, Marburg bied die beste geleenthede vir die besteding van 'n semester by 'n vennoot universiteit op enige plek in die wêreld! Marburg ontvang selfs die Europese gehalte seël “E-gehalte” in 2005 vir sy besonder opmerklik sukses in die internasionale handel student. Terloops: 2,600 studente van 100 lande gee studeer in Marburg 'n internasionale kontak.
7. Tipiese universiteitsdorp
In teenstelling met by universiteite in groot stede of stedelike gebiede, Marburg studente kom van regoor Duitsland en vestig in Marburg: so in this “kapitaal van gedeelde woonstelle,” alles is gesentreer rondom die Universiteit: characterized by the short distances between places, vinnige persoonlike kontak tussen die studente en skoliere, en 'n lewendige student toneel.
8. Man leef nie alleen studeer ...
Hy eet en drink, uitgaan en pret: prices in Marburg are reasonable – en wat die kroeë, alternatiewe kultuur toneel en teaters het om te bied is al hoe meer divers. Bo op dit, daar is een buite filmfees na die ander in die somermaande.
9. Sport en vrye tyd aktiwiteite
Daar is talle kulturele aktiwiteite vir 'n verandering van tempo van die alledaagse studentelewe: bykomend tot 130 binnemuurse sport opsies en 'n musiek huis, 'n orkes, big band en 'n Universiteitskoor, daar rondom 50 student inisiatiewe, wat wissel van die debat klub om die teddiebeer kliniek en kampus-TV.
10. Suksesvolle vir byna 500 jaar en tel
Mense is die bestudering van en die uitvoering van navorsing in Marburg vir byna 500 jaar. By elke draai jy oor voorgangers soos die Grimm broers sal kom, die eerste Nobelprys wenner Behring, die chemikus Bunsen, die fisikus Braun, die geograaf Wegener, en 'n honderd ander notorieties.

skole / kolleges / departemente / kursusse / fakulteite


  • Fakulteit Regsgeleerdheid
  • Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
  • Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy
    European ethnology / geesteswetenskappe; philosophy including ethics; political science including social studies, politics and economics; religious science; sosiologie; cultural and social anthropology; peace and conflict research.
  • Fakulteit Sielkunde
    Methodology and IT; general and biological psychology; pedagogical and development psychology; differential psychology and psychological diagnostics; clinical psychology and psychotherapy; sosiale, work and organizational psychology
  • Fakulteit Teologie Protestantse
    Old Testament; nuwe Testament; church history (including Christian archaeology and Byzantine art history; history of the Eastern Church); systematic theology, social ethics, history of religion; practical theology (including the Institute for Church Construction and Contemporary Ecclesiastical Art).
  • Faculty of History and Cultural Studies
    Prehistory and early history; classical archaeology; ancient history; medieval history; recent history; Eastern European history; social and economical history; historic auxiliary sciences and archive science; Japanese studies; sinology.
  • Faculty of German Studies and History of the Arts
    German language studies of the Middle Ages; modern German literature and media; German linguistics; Linguistic Atlas of Germany; musicology; history of art; Foto Marburg graphic archive; graphic design and painting.
  • Fakulteit Vreemde Tale en Kulture
    English and American language studies; classical language studies; oriental studies and linguistics (ancient oriental studies, Indology and Tibetology; Semitic studies; comparative linguistics); Roman language studies.
  • Fakulteit Wiskunde en Rekenaarwetenskap
    Pure mathematics; Toegepaste Wiskunde; Rekenaarwetenskap
  • Fakulteit Natuur
    Sterrekunde; Biophotonics; Biofisika; Complex Systems; Experimental Semiconductor Physics; Many Particle Physics; Molecular Solid State Physics; Neurophysics; Optics; Quantitative Biology; Quantum Chaos; Surface Physics; Theoretical Semiconductor Physics
  • Fakulteit Chemie
    Analytical chemistry; anorganiese chemie; biochemie; chemistry for teaching professions and sciences; macromolecular chemistry; organic chemistry; physical chemistry and radiochemistry; theoretical chemistry/computer applications in chemistry.
  • Fakulteit Apteek
    History of pharmacy; pharmacology and toxicology; pharmaceutical biology; pharmaceutical chemistry; pharmaceutical technology.
  • Fakulteit Biologie
    Cell biology; mikrobiologie; genetics; environmental protection; ekologie; special botany and mycology; plant physiology and photobiology; animal physiology; special zoology and the evolution of animals; developmental biology and parasitology.
  • Fakulteit Aardrykskunde
    Cartography; cultural geography; physical geography; geologie
  • Fakulteit Geneeskunde
    Human medicine; tandheelkundige medisyne; human biology; fisioterapie.
  • Fakulteit Opvoedkunde
    onderwys; theory and methodology of education in schools; sports science; motology.

geskiedenis


The University of Marburg is one of the most historic of German universities. Dit is gestig in 1527 during the Reformation by the 23-year-old Landgrave Philipp the Magnanimous as the second Protestant university (the oldest Protestant university existed from 1526 om 1530 in Liegnitz in Silesia). op Julie 1, 1527, the universale studium Marburgense commenced with 11 professore en 84 students in the former monasteries of the city. The goal of the institution was to educatelearned, able, and God-fearing persons, preachers, and officials for Christian benefit and the good of the common land.In addition to the leading theological faculty, faculties for jurisprudence, medisyne, and philosophy were also established from the beginning.

Throughout the first three centuries of the university’s changeful history, the number of students vacillated between 30 en 300. in 1866, both the university and the city of Marburg experienced a renascence when the province of Hesse was annexed by Prussia and the Philipps-Universit„t became a royal Prussian university. Within twenty years, the number of students in Marburg quadrupled, while the university premises expanded to include the clinics and institutes for natural science and medicine in the north quarter of the city. The so-called Alte Universit„t (Old University) on Rudolphsplatz, designed in the neo-Gothic style, was completed in 1879 on the site of the former Dominican monastery. 'N dekade later, the Aula was added with its wall paintings depicting the history of the city and university. oor 1000 students were registered in 1887, 2000 in 1909, en 3000 immediately following World War I.

Like most universities in Germany, the Philipps-University underwent a decisive expansion after 1960 as increasing numbers of secondary school graduates sought to pursue a university education. At the same time-if not in the same proportion-the teaching staff was augmented and new buildings erected, including the auditorium and lecture hall building, the humanities complex on the Lahn river, and the university library, as well as the central Mensa (kafeteria), the Studentendorf dormitory, and the Konrad-Biesalski-Haus as the first dormitory for disabled students in the Federal Republic of Germany. Daarbenewens, the new complex on the hills above Marburg (the Lahnberge), built to accommodate most of the natural science institutes and the university clinic, was established as a second center for the university.

The long list of significant scholars and scientists associated with the University of Marburg throughout its nearly 500-year history includes the following:

  • Denis Papin, the French naturalist and inventor,
  • Christian Wolff, der Aufklärer, the Enlightenment thinker whose lectures in all branches of knowledge drew many students to Marburg even from abroad,
  • the Renaissance man Johann Heinrich Jung,called Stilling, founder and member of the institute for political science,
  • the legal historian Friedrich Carl von Savigny,
  • the chemist Robert Bunsen,
  • the neo-Kantian philospher Hermann Cohen,
  • der physicist Karl-Ferdinand Braun, inventor of the Braun tube (oscilloscope),
  • der geophysicist Alfred Wegener, who developed the theory of continetal drift during his time in Marburg,
  • Emil von Behring, founder of serology and recipient of the first Nobel Prize for medicine (1901),
  • the existential philosopher Martin Heidegger and
  • the New Testament scholar Rudolf Bultmann, leading proponent of the demythologization of Christianity.

Among the numerous studente who attained notoriety are the following:

  • the composer Heinrich Schütz,
  • Michail Lomonossow, Russian Renaissance man and founder of the univeristy of Moscow, who married a woman from Marburg in 1740,
  • the Brüder Grimm,
  • the Spanish philosopher Ortega y Gasset,
  • the poets Boris Pasternak and Gottfried Benn,
  • the philologist Konrad Duden, pioneer of German unified orthography,
  • the chemist Otto Hahn,
  • the surgeon Ferdinand Sauerbruch,
  • the theologian Karl Barth, sowel as
  • the statesman Wilhelm Liebknecht,
  • Rudolf Breitscheid and
  • Gustav W. Heinemann, friend of the later much-respected political economist Wilhelm Röpke.
  • One of the first women admitted to the university in 1908 was Gertrud von Le Fort. vandag, oor 56 % of students in Marburg are female.

I owe Marburg an der Lahn at least half of my hopes and perhaps all of my intellectual discipline,” wrote Ortega y Gasset regarding his studies at the Philipps-University. vandag, his words continue to motivate the alma mater philippina to develop and improve its scientific and scholarly profile.


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