University of Augsburg
The University of Augsburg (German: Universität Augsburg) is a university located in the Universitätsviertel section of Augsburg, Germany. It was founded in 1970 and is organized in 7 Faculties.
The University of Augsburg is a relatively young campus university with approx. 18,000 students in Oct 2012. About 14% of its students come from foreign countries, a larger percentage than at comparable German universities.
In October 2011 Sabine Doering Manteuffel succeeded Alois Loidl as rector of the university. She is the first female rector of a Bavarian university.
- A total of 17,679 students enrolled for the winter semester 2011/12
- 1,662 foreign students from a total of 86 countries
- Seven faculties currently offer 18,300 students a wide range of about 80 bachelor’s, master’s and state examination programs
- A good 10% of all Augsburg students come from abroad