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1 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin October 2012 Students and Scholars Exchange at HU EMA-2 Partnerships 2012

2 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin The Modern Classic

3 The Modern Classic In 1810, Wilhelm von Humboldt’s vision for a new type of university became reality. His vision:  to uphold the ideal of research without restrictions  to provide an all-round education  the unity of research and teaching These principles soon became general practice throughout the world. A new era of university and academic research had begun.

4 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske Students: approx students International students: 13 % Women: 47,5 % Professorships: 384, Academic staff total 1, Faculties (w/ Charité) Systemic: BA, MA, Doktoranden, Ph.D., Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Teacher´s Qualification Budget: 255 Million € (state) 69 Million € (third party funding, w/o Charité) Humboldt – Figures 2012

5 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske Humboldt Today: 3 campuses Campus Nord -Medicine (Charité), Agriculture, Biology Campus Mitte - Administration, Economics and Business, Social Sciences, Theology, Law, Humanities Campus Adlershof - Chemistry, Physics, Informatics, Mathematics, Geography, Psychology Chemistry, Physics Informatics, Mathematics Geography Psychology Medicine Agriculture Biology U Admin Econ & Business Socia Sciences Law, Theology Humanities

6 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske Study programmes of particular relevance for EMA-2 Generally, all study programmes - Undergraduate, Master and doctoral courses - at HU (except Medicine) are open to applicants for EMA-2 mobility grants. you may apply for programme studies (without degree) for degree studies please note – for acceptance in degree studies the official accession criteria of the respective program apply and you must provide all documents in the format as requested by the program – this may be provided, however after a selection for an EMA grant and its conditional confirmation. EMA grants do not cover study periods at the foreign partner universities in International programs.

7 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske.MSc degree Transcript of the academic record with excellent results (top 20%) Statement of motivation Curriculum Vitae English test results: (to be specified case by case)- in principle IELTS: Overall grade 7.0 (with a minimum sub score of 6.0 for each module) TOEFL: Paper based 600, computer based 250, internet based 100 & TWE 100 (for all three) Preliminary research proposal (2 pages) Two reference letters Acceptance by a HU supervisor PhD Education at HUB - entrance requirements

8 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Internationales Büro Matthias Parske In total more than 242 degree courses available service structure for enrolment and studies – online informaton on all available courses with opportunities of combination Broschure International Doctoral Programs 2012 https://www.hu-berlin.de/forschung/wiss_nachw/international-doctoral- programs-2012 Broschure International Master courses en/internationale_studiengaenge/index_html?set_language=en&cl=en More information for incoming International students at HUB

9 Distinguished scholars like: are among the 29 Nobel Prize winners who have taught at Humboldt- Unversität zu Berlin. Theodor Mommsen Robert Koch Max Planck Albert Einstein Werner Heisenberg Fritz Haber Otto Hahn Humboldt-Universität‘s Nobel Laureates Additional Information

10 Prominent Alumni of the 19th and Early 20th Century Humboldt-Universität‘s high reputation is built, among other things, on its prominent alumni of the past centuries. Leading figures in the spheres of science, politics and culture graduated from Berlin University. Karl Marx Heinrich Heine Otto von Bismarck W. E. B. Du Bois Alice Salomon Kurt Tucholsky Alfred Wegener

11 See you at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin The Modern Classic


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