- Johannes York University of Mainz
Johannes York University of Mainz
cum de 33,000 alumni de 130 gentium, Johannes York University Mainz (JGU) maxima est Germaniae universitatibus. As the only comprehensive university in Rhineland-Palatinate, JGU academicorum disciplinam conjunxerit, omnes fere sub uno tecto, quos Mainz University Medical Center, in schola of music, et Mainz Academy of Science. This is a unique feature in the German academic landscape. apud 75 agrorum studio et summa 242 cursu gradus,, including 106 Et Bachelor scriptor 116 Master’s degree programs, JGU offert, ingenti late range of vices,. quidam 4,360 Academici, including 548 magistri, teach and conduct research in JGU’s more than 150 departments, instituta, et nulla (quos Mainz University Medical Center; ut de January 1, 2014; financed a foederati sumptu et tertius-secui).
JGU is a globally renowned research university of national and international recognition. This reputation comes thanks to its outstanding individual researchers as well as extraordinary research achievements in the field of particle and hadron physics, materials sciences, translational medicine, vita scientiis,, Media artium, and historical cultural studies.
JGU eius cognoscendi de excellentia virtutis est affirmatus successu inceptum gubernacula rei publicae et in summo gradu Germanis foederalis Germaniae universitatibus ipsum at: Universitas Moguntina est 23 Germaniae universitatibus approbatis quod accepimus ut aiunt Botri virtus vel pro approbatione Graduate schola Excellentia. Excellentia in botro “Latin precision, Fundamentalis interactions et materiam” (prisma), quod est primum a collaboration inter physicos particulam et Hadron, et Graduate schola of Excellentia “Material Science Mainz” (Moguntiae) censentur electi investigationis coetus in in worldwide. Hi accipient imperdiet duo, ad cantus EUR 50 a million 2017.
The university’s good positions in national and international rankings and the award of numerous research prizes are further confirmation of the importance and success of the research being conducted by JGU-based academics. This success has been made possible in part through the unique large-scale research equipment available at Mainz University, ut aqua in ipsum lumen TRIGA reactor et MAMI electronic accelerator, et quae trahunt investigatores a circum orbem terrarum. In investigationis, disciplina dirigitur - iaculis et cum mane contentus integrationem, in curriculum investigationis, - is aliud elementum per philosophiam JGU.
In sole est JGU German University de institutis hoc fere ab una magnitudine ad coniungere campo, et habitationi socium quattuor et investigationis instituta, ut deducerent research sectione-ore extra norma compages de se University. Sunt etiam in campo, et financial facultatem discipulo dormitories. Clinicis et orci / Medical Center Moguntiae instituta ratione collocantur dure kilometer campo.
JGU manet notio universitatis a civili societate et cooperari cum sit pars populi Dei portio est. Id praeterea uitae scientia et technicae disciplinae progressio promovet translationem opportune comprehendo.
founded in 1477 et fodit in tempora Iohannes Gutenberg CL annis post infractum 1946 per quae in Germania tum Francorum exercitum, Universitatis nomine homo magis debet Moguntinus Iohannes Gutenberg et fortitudo gerit. Cum in his rebus mentem, Universitatis efficere nititur promovere, et eget porttitor ideas,, auxilium emendare populi ditione scientia, facilior aditus ad educationem et scientia, transcendi incitant et vincula multa in dies ut perspiciatis.
Hoc est officium, quod Johannes se habet York University Mainz.
Sicut enim International Research Center, doctrina, et doctrina, Johannes York University Mainz habet proprium officium ad transire terminus inter gentes et culturas,. Hoc officium constituitur in ratione turpis locosque, and is also reflected in its strong international relationships. Mainz University is an active player in the global network of science and research as well as teaching and learning.
- Internationalis phisicis in opere adiuvatur a network of JGU 145 cooperante socium universitatibus in omnibus continentibus. Nos quoque have 700 Europae foedus cum cooperante socium universitatibus in ERASMUS Program.
- circa 4,000 JGU alumni de foris. Hoc idem est discipulus super XI sentio de corpus.
- Nam annis, JGU est unus of plumbum in Europae Discipulus universitatis lectore commutatione progressio. The University has been awarded the DAAD ERASMUS Quality Label E-Quality 2013 for the fourth time already – after 2004, 2007, et 2011 – for its outstanding implementation of the ERASMUS student mobility program.
- Nostrae scientiae studiosum commutationibus includunt Core Europae regionibus Galliae et Poloniae atque Civitatum Foederatarum Americae, South Korea, et extra Europam Sinis.
- Iactabit Moguntini University alumni ad esse cives Global: ut omni studio foris alumni studia semestria diei unius vel duorum. Autem, Tunc quoque, cum in aliena universitatibus studia JGU. Cum magis quam 650 in aliis linguis et cursu egit quam ut plurimis, tam German aliena lingua cursus, JGU iuvenes investigatores providet optimum praeparatio ad internationalis elit in foro.
scholarum / collegiorum / dicasteriis / cursus / Facultati Litterarum
- Catholic theology and Protestant theology
- Socialium, Media and Sport Science
- Law and Economics
- Philosophy and Philology
- Language and Cultural Studies
- Historical and Cultural Studies
- Physics, mathematica et computer quod scientia
- Chemistry, Pharmacy and Earth Sciences
With the opening of the University of Mainz in 1477, the Archbishop of Mainz, Elector and Chancellor of the German Nation, Diether von Isenburg, realized the dream of his predecessor. His actions were absolutely in line with the spirit of the time, as regional universities had already been founded in almost all of the larger territorial states.
In Mainz, theologia, medicinae, and Church and Roman law were taught in addition to the seven liberal arts, i.e. grammatica, rhetoricae, dialectics, arithmetic, geometry, Astronomia, and music. This range of subjects was a quite unique feature at the time, because most European universities offered only one or two of these “higher faculties.”
Highly renowned already in the year 1508
The University of Mainz flourished. In its first few decades, the number of students rose to about 200. et in 1508, Mainz University was already “highly renowned,” as Petrus Ravenna chronicled. autem, repeated attempts at reform – in 1523, 1535, et 1541 – reflect that the university already experienced its first crisis, caused primarily by its inadequate economic foundation. etiam, the Protestant Reformation began to take shape and did not fail to leave its mark on the city of Mainz.
By opening a Jesuit college in 1561, the Archbishop of Mainz pursued several goals. So he undertook great educational effort to aid the Catholic Counter-Reformation and helped to renew and stabilize the university. He succeeded in doing so not only in the field of theology but also in the field of medicine. In the end, there was even need of a new building: the Domus Universitatis was built between 1615 et 1618. Today the historical building hosts the university’s School of Journalism and the Institute of European History.
In Mainz, quod alibi, the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) resulted in a significant decline in the number of students. When Swedish troops occupied the city, the members of Mainz University went into “exile” to Cologne, pro exemplo,, where they continued teaching. Post bellum, the University of Mainz was only slow to recover.
Secure economic foundation
Following the suppression of the Jesuit Order in 1773, its Mainz college was disbanded that same year. This required another reform of the university statutes. Denique in 1781, the Mainz University Foundation Fund was established creating a secure economic foundation for the university. etiam, Mainz University now extended its range of subjects and disciplines. Its new Faculty of Historical Statistics focused on various aspects within the field of history as well as on governance, public policy, and statistics. A Faculty of Cameralistics was set up, which included, pro exemplo,, teaching in mathematics, Arnold Arboretum, and veterinary treatment of livestock. Just as in the beginnings, the curriculum also included theology and medicine. This broad range of subjects attracted up to 700 students to come to Mainz in the next few years. In illo tempore, Mainz University was shaped by the Enlightenment and was home to probably one of the best-known scholars of the old university: Georg Forster, who worked as head librarian at the University of Mainz. The flourishing Mainz University from this period served as a model for a great number of other important European universities.
The French Revolution (1789-1799) left many traces in Mainz. In its wake, the first republic on German soil was founded in 1792. Teaching at Mainz University, however, ceased due to the wars and permanent unrest, the conquest and recapture of the city of Mainz. The Faculty of Medicine held on to the end and awarded its doctorates right until 1818, but had to close five years later.
Only the Mainz University Foundation Fund, a Catholic seminary, and the Mainz “Accouchement,” a school for midwives founded in 1784, continued to exist over time, preserving a little of the university’s tradition until its reopening in 1946. Before that date, there had been continual discussions about reestablishing the entire university-level teaching operation, but all these plans failed due to a lack of financing.
Johannes York University Mainz
May 15, 1946, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz resumed its teaching activities under its new name. A summa 2,088 students were enrolled in the opening semester and, for the first time in history, female students were admitted too. Teaching in the natural sciences began in the 1946/47 winter semester and increased the number of students to 4,205.
With the university reopening right after World War II, the French military government sought to make a contribution to educating Germans in a “new spirit.” The new Mainz University was located in former military barracks, which were the foundation of our modern international campus university. Since the JGU campus is located somewhat distant from the Mainz city center, the university has always organized a variety of outreach activities which have resulted in a unique portfolio of formats aiming at the public understanding of science. Activities include, pro exemplo,, science festivals, researchers’ nights, expositions, and public lectures on the Gutenberg campus as well as in downtown cultural institutions such as the Mainz State Theater or the city’s various museums.
In the following decades, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz experienced a continuous growth in its number of students and the range of disciplines offered. In 2011, pro exemplo,, JGU counted about 37,000 alumni de 130 nations and offered 145 different subjects, organized in 119 Et Bachelor scriptor 96 Master’s degree programs. Being a comprehensive university, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz covers almost all academic disciplines, encompassing the Mainz University Medical Center, the Mainz School of Music, and the Mainz Academy of Arts – a rare but beneficial kind of organization within the German landscape of higher education.
The JGU General Studies program, the International Summer Course, the Faculty of Translation Studies, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies in Germersheim, and the university’s numerous international partnerships are fine examples of the goals set by reopening the university. The continued existence of the faculties of Catholic and Protestant theology, the very name of the university, and many street names on campus still forge links between the “old” and the “new” university. ita, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz can draw on many fine and honored traditions and understands their present-day obligations, as set forth in the JGU Mission Statement.
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