After its original founding in 1402 – the fourth founding of a university in present-day Germany and the first founding of a university in Bavaria – Julius-Maximilians-Universität (JMU) Würzburg was permanently endowed and established in 1582 on the initiative of Prince-Bishop Julius Echter von Mespelbrunn. The name “Julius” in JMU traces back to the Prince-Bishop.
At the University of Würzburg, lecturers instruct more than 29,000 students in ten faculties and over 250 degree programs for high-skilled professions.
With a wide range of advisement and support programs, we accompany our students through the entirety of their studies, from the introductory phase to successful completion of their degree.
Our lecturers are committed to carrying out these support tasks to the best of their ability, and they actively endeavor to provide high quality, innovative teaching.
True to its motto ‘Science for Society’, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) is committed to advancing research in a wide range of disciplines. Academic rankings confirm JMU’s place among the world’s high-performing research universities.
The Career Service - or Career Center how it is called in most other countries - is responsible for additional courses and events that facilitate students step into their future job life.The Career Service Office is the main platform where one can find information about study and career funding opportunities that are provided by the Würzburg University. In order to create a bridge between study and job, students are able to get acquainted with precise job images and requirements. The Career Service Office offers on this regular orientative and qualificatory seminars and activities
Students are provided with a list of tutors. Pick-up at the station and assistance in getting to accommodation is arranged. At the welcome meeting, information for 'First Steps' is offered, and day-to-day problems are addressed.The International Office at the University of Würzburg will arrange all aspects of enrolment. The local co-ordinator will assist the students with whatever questions and problems may arise.
The Student Housing Service is responsible for ten dormitories in various locations in Würzburg.
Würzburg University Library offers training courses on information literacy, for example introductory courses to the library and its services, for students, staff and the university-wide community as well as for all library users. The courses take place either in the main library or in the faculties and institutes.