The University of Mannheim attracts students from all over the world. Every fifth student at the university comes from abroad to pursue their bachelor’s or master’s degree, or doctorate in Mannheim. There are many reasons for this: For example, the University of Mannheim is ranked excellently in the most important global rankings. According to the QS World University Ranking by Subject, the University of Mannheim is the best German university in Social Sciences (including Business Administration and Economics), and has been ranked number 65 worldwide. Then, the University of Mannheim has aligned its academic calendar with the international academic year and is offering exceptional degree programs such as the bachelor’s program in Culture and Economy, the Master of Comparative Business Law, and the Mannheim Master in Data Science. Last but not least, students of the University of Mannheim have the unique opportunity to learn and study in one of the largest and most beautiful baroque palace buildings in Europe. Another plus: International students will not be left to themselves. The staff members of the International Office assist international students with all important study-related issues such as enrollment, administrative procedures, and searching accommodation.
Students at the University of Mannheim study, live and learn in and around one of the biggest baroque palaces in Europe. / Photo credit: Andreas Bayerl
The staff members of the International Office are happy to adivse and support you. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
International students are offered a wide variety of English-taught seminars and lectures. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
Want to relax after class? Just grab a coffee at the EO café ...
... have lunch at the Mensa ...
... or chill on the spacious lawn in front of the Mensa. / Photo credit: Anna Logue and Elisa Berdica
The Schloss is full of hidden details. /
The tram takes you directly to the campus. / Photo credit: Ye Fung Tchen
Bikes for rent are also stationed directly on campus and all around the city. / Photo credit: Elisa Berdica
The archways of the Ehrenhof lead to one of the libraries. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
Other university buildings are located on Campus West in A5 and B6. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
The campus with its many lawns and trees invites you to relax and hang out. / Photo credit: Elisa Berdica
Five libraries give students the opportunity to do research, study or use the PC pools. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
Not only the libraries are a good place to study, Café Soleil and Campus West are also great spots to get some work done. / Photo credit: Anna Logue
In the 18th century, Wolfang Amadeus Mozart played the organ in the Schlosskirche of the University of Mannheim. / Photo credit: Elisa Berdica
If you are interested in trying a new sport you will not meet with disappoinemtn: the Institute of Sports has many courses on offer such as aikido, basketball, beach volleyball, tennis and yoga. / Photo credit: Christos Sidiropoulos