The University of Bamberg was founded in 1647 under the name Academia Bambergensis by Prince-Bishop Melchior Otto Voit von Salzburg and was enlarged in the following century, particularly through the work of Prince-Bishop Friedrich Carl von Schönborn, to attain the status of a full university, including departments of theology, philosophy, law and medicine.
The academic disciplines are closely linked to the focal areas of our overall profile:
Örebro University’s research spans no less than 36 different subjects, across the humanities and social sciences, medicine and health, and science and technology fields.
Here you are one step away from finding information about our research environments, teams, projects and subjects. You can also learn more about research activities at Örebro University by reading our features and news pieces or by watching our films.
The Career Center at the Faculty WIAI is by design an interface between students, graduates, alumni, professionals and businesses.
In addition to your major field of study, we support your career planning and professional orientation.
Here, our offers are specifically tailored-made to suit the needs of students of the Faculty WIAI and allow them to raise their profile for suitability in the labor market of choice.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a PhD at University of Bamberg!
As an internationally renowned research centre, the University of Bamberg is committed to the academic exchange of knowledge and ideas, and it promotes networking and partnerships with foreign universities and research institutions. Exchange programmes, special degree programmes and inter-university partnerships have for years drawn foreign students to Bamberg, and Bamberg students abroad.
Accommodation at different price levels is available within walking distance to the conference venue.
As a central body, the University Library is responsible for supplying the University with literature and information for research and teaching. Furthermore, it makes its resources available for scientific and professional purposes as well as for educational and continuous trainings to anyone who is interested.
The University of Bamberg Computing Centre is your service partner in all matters of information technology dealing with studies, teaching, research and organisation.
The city of Örebro is situated in the heart of Sweden, about halfway between Stockholm and Gothenburg. It is easily accessible by major roads, railways and by air. From the Örebro region, everything Scandinavia has to offer is within easy reach. The population of about 139,000 makes it the seventh largest town in Sweden.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.