You would like to know more about Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) and the city in which we are based? Or you already know that you want to study at JMU? Read on for some important information.
International Students Office
The JMU International Students Office is the first point of contact for international students. Visit their web pages to read everything you need to know, or get in touch with the team for advice and support.
JMU and the City of Würzburg
Würzburg is a vibrant and youthful city. Almost half of its population of 130,000 is aged under 30. And many of those young people are studying at JMU, the University of Applied Sciences or the University of Music.
With roots reaching back as far as 1402, JMU is one of the oldest universities in the German-speaking parts of the world!
What is it that sets us apart? We offer a wide range of subjects, and our research centres have earned a reputation for excellence.
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Degrees Taught in English
All undergraduate programmes at JMU are taught in German. To be able to study these programmes, you must meet the language requirements specified on this page.
If you already have a degree from a higher education institution outside of Germany, you might be interested in studying one of our Master’s programmes that are taught in English. JMU also offers some doctoral programmes that are taught in English.
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You want to enrol at JMU on a non-degree basis? Here are your options:
- ERASMUS or bilateral university exchange programmes
- Student exchange scholarship programmes (German Academic Exchange Service, Fulbright Programme, etc.)
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