The University of Mannheim offers numerous bachelor’s and master’s programs in different departments from programs in Business Administration, Culture and Economy, Mathematics to Media and Communication Studies. Our team is happy to support you before the start of your studies, no matter if have already decided on a program of study or if you need help in making the decision.
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Students at the Ehrenhof of the Schloss. Concerts, events, parties and student organization fairs take place on the central courtyard. / Credit: Anna Logue
The newly built B6 building hosts the School of Social Sciences. / Credit: Anna Logue
The campus is in the city and the buildings are in close proximity to each other. / Credit: Anna Logue
Huge seminar rooms, filled with lights, make studying in a palace special. / Credit: Anna Logue
Students and the statue of the Prince Elector at the Ehrenhof of the Schloss. / Credit: Anna Logue
The Mensawiese and the Westflügel from above. / Credit: Anna Logue
Students spend their breaks at the Schneckenhof. Every Thursday, student parties take place at the Schneckenhof. / Credit: Anna Logue
Many lectures will take place in big modern lecture halls. / Credit: Anna Logue
The main entrance of the University of Mannheim. / Credit: Anna Logue
Jungbusch, which is the home of Popakademie and many bars and clubs, is popular among students. / Credit: Anna Logue
Two students in Jungbusch, where they live. / Credit: Anna Logue
Mannheim is a green city. There are great running tracks along the Neckar, which is passed here, or along the Rhine. / Credit: Anna Logue
A student in Neckarstadt West, the most colorful part of Mannheim. / Credit: Katrin Glückler
Mannheim is between the Neckar and the Rhine. Here you can see the Neckar shore. / Credit: Jana Caran
Schwetzinger Vorstadt is a popular part of Mannheim, where many students live. / Credit: Katrin Glückler
The Neckarkanal at Jungbusch is a great place to spend some time. There is a lot going on in the evening. / Credit: Anna Logue
The Neckar at sunset is beautiful. Here you can see the Fernmeldeturm, one of Mannheim’s landmarks. / Credit: Jana Caran
Mannheim has many nice cafés and restaurants, which are in walking distance from campus. / Credit: Anna Logue
The Friedrichsplatz with the famous Wasserturm and many green areas is in the middle of Mannheim. / Credit: Stadtmarketing Mannheim GmbH
Lindenhof is directly at the Rhine, a nice neighborhood in close proximity to nature. / Credit: Katrin Glückler
Students have voted the University of Mannheim “Top University” and winner
in the category “Most popular university with 5,000 – 15,000 students” on the student evaluation portal Studycheck.de!