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- University of Rostock
University of Rostock
a me kona 200,000 e noho, Rostock Ua wehewehe aku scientifically, economically a nohona ma 15,000 haumāna, a me ka hana mana o 5,000 ma ke Kulanui o Rostock, a me kulanui? aaieou. Mawaho kālā hoalaia no ka noiʻi ala ma waena o 2005 a 2010 ma 83% a Ke kū ma luna 47 miliona Euro no ka makahiki. Ke Kulanui o Rostock ka mea iwaena o ka poe umi nui i hoʻokumu-aloha ka hoʻonaʻauao kiʻekiʻe hooponopono ma Germany. Ka pōʻaiawaiwai kēia māhele 'āina i benefitted mai ka luna o 800 olalo-i poʻe a hemo mai ke kulanui mai 1991. Young poe kanaka, mai ke komohana o Germany, a ulu nui o ka haole haumāna, ua wehe aʻe ia i Rostock e like me ka mahele henua. haumāna mai 99 'āina Hiki ke loaa ia manawa ma ka pā kula ai 'ike' ia kahi eha ma ke kulanakauhale. No ka 1991 maluna o 500 miliona Euro Ua pio ka polokalamu ke kālele 'ana ma o ka aeuiiai ieaia? o ke kulanui. ma 2015 ia e ka huina o 750 miliona.
Ka hoʻonaʻauao a me ka noiʻi hoomaka ma Rostock a hiki 73 makahiki mua o Columbus loaaʻAmelika e like me ke kulanui, ua hookumuia ia ma 1419. A hailona ua loli ma ka hope aku. E like me ka mea oaoieei-kumu hoʻokumu ma 1951 – ka mua kekahi loa hoʻokumu 'ia ma ka panina kulanui. Nui o ka hou, kēia hale, e like me ka mea pono hou ke kula no ka mea maoli sciences i loko o ka Apana o Suedstadt, ho i ka eiiiaaoeiiiue ikaika, a me modernity o ko kakou kulanui. i 2011 e pili ana i 15,000 i nä haumäna hoʻopaʻa haʻawina ma Rostock ke kulanui.
Ka nuiʻepekema oihana - hana sciences, humanities, hana 'enekinia, sciences, kanawai, lapaau, maoli sciences a me theology - ua poe elua ma ka noiʻi, a me ka hoʻonaʻauao ma o ke Kulanui o Rostock.
radition a me HOU hoi i ka ua hoʻokuleana 'o ko kakouʻaneʻane 600-makahiki mōʻaukala. I kēia lā, me ka 2,200 limahana, a me 15,000 nā haumāna, ke Kulanui o Rostock kaumaha manawa kuanaʻike i loko o aneane e pau loa akeakamai kula. Me ka eha profile laina Life, Light, a me lelo / malina Systems / Kūnewa Science a me Humanities / Ike - Culture - loli, ke Kulanui o Rostock i ma kona hoʻolilo maikaʻi ka hoʻonaʻauao 'noiʻi mahinaʻai, ma nā wahi a pau o maoli, a meʻanoʻenehana sciences, lapaau, ola sciences, humanities a me ka nohona haʻawina. Ka hae kau no ko makou hana: makou makemake e holoʻokoʻa i hele mai me ko kakou hana ana.
Ka Hanseatic kulanui kulanakauhale o Rostock, he wahi nui e noiʻi i, noiʻi, a ola. Ka waiwai a me ka 'epekema mawaena konu o ka Akau-Hikina, he loa hoowalewale ana, a me ka lewa a pau o ke kulanakauhale nui ma ka waena o kekahi o na mea maikai oo? wahi ma Germany. E wehe aʻe i ko kakou pomaikai no oe ia oe iho! Kakou e nana imua i ka ike ana ia oe.
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
- 'āuna Kumu o Law
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Marine Technology
- 'O ia Balanced a me Natural Sciences
- 'āuna Kumu o ka Medicine
- 'āuna Kumu o Humanities
- Theological Faculty
- Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences
t was founded in 1419 by confirmation of Pope Martin V and thus is the oldest university in Northern Europe.
In Germany, there are only five universities that were founded before, while only Heidelberg and Leipzig operated continuously since then: Heidelberg (1386), Cologne (1388), Erfurt (1392/1994), Würzburg (1402/1582) and Leipzig (1409). That makes Rostock University the third oldest German university in continuous operation.
Throughout the 15th century, the University of Rostock had about 400 i ka 500 students each year, a large number at that time. Rostock was among the largest universities in Germany at the time and many of its students also came from the Low Countries, Scandinavia or other states bordering the Baltic Sea.
In the course of political struggles and pressure from the church, the university moved to Greifswald in 1437 and remained there until 1443. mai ka 1487 i ka 1488 teaching took place in Lübeck.
A few years later the city of Rostock, its university also became Protestant in 1542. Humanism and Lutheranism were defining characteristics of the university. After the Thirty Years’ War (1618–1648), the University of Rostock played only a regional role. When the “ownership” of the university moved from the city to the state (Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin) iloko o 1827, nae, things changed for the better. The end of the 19th century saw generous building activity in Rostock’s alma mater and the university soon regained its old reputation amongst German universities.
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the university, Albert Einstein and Max Planck received honorary doctorates on 12 Nowemapa 1919. This made the University of Rostock the world’s first institute of higher learning to award this honour to Einstein. Interestingly enough, the doctorate was not revoked during the Nazi rule in Germany (1933-1945), despite such orders by the Nazis. The reason for this remains unknown. David Katz, Hans Moral (a) (committed suicide) and others lost their posts in 1933.
The end of the Second World War in 1945 brought many changes. ke kulanui, now finding itself in the Soviet Zone of Germany (the later German Democratic Republic), was re-opened on 24 Pepeluali 1946. ka 'āuna Kumu o Law was closed in 1951, he 'āuna Kumu o ka Mahiai was introduced in 1950 a ma 1951 saw the opening of a Department of Shipbuilding (renamed Faculty of Technologyiloko o 1963). The University of Rostock was the first traditional university in Germany to open a technical faculty. i 1952, ka Faculty ofAviation ua weheia, but eventually relocated to Dresden.
i 1976 the university was renamed Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität after Wilhelm Pieck, the first president of the German Democratic Republic. The renaming was annulled after the German reunification.
i 1978, the university engaged in a partnership with the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), to help design the course structure and support the development of the Department of Ship Technology at CUSAT. no hoi, a group of Rostock faculty members were sent to Cochin University of Science and Technology to improving the university’s teaching facilities, remaining there until the late 1980s. The prominent place of Cochin University of Science and Technology’s Department of Ship Technology in the world maritime industry is thus largely credited to the extensive support of the University of Rostock.
The regional economy has improved as over 800 companies launched from the university since 1991. External funding for research increased between 2005 a 2010 ma 83% and currently is above 47 miliona Euro no ka makahiki. maluna o 500 million Euros has been invested in the university infrastructure since 1991, which will reach 750 million Euros by 2015. The number of young people from the West Germany and international students who choose University of Rostock as a study location, are increasing every year. International Students from 99 different countries have been studied at University of Rostock. i 2007, the University of Rostock gathered its research capacities into three profile lines: Life, Light & Matter (LLM), malina Systems, and Aging of Individuals and Society. i 2010 a fourth was added, called Knowledge-Culture-Transformation. Life, Light & Matter develops new concepts for future technologies based on atomic and molecular processes in connection with laser optics and life sciences. Maritime Systems unites oceanographers, engineers, humanities scholars, agricultural and social scientists, economists and lawyers. Aging of Individuals and Society has as its target a self-determined lifestyle in old age. Knowledge-Culture-Transformation deals with media and the representation of knowledge, transformation of knowledge, knowledge and interculturalism as well as knowledge and power.
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