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Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Halle, DE, Halle Germany
    • QS World University Rankings
      =461
    • StatusPublic
    • Research OutputHigh
    • Student/Faculty Ratio7
    • International Students1,682
    • SizeL
    • Total Faculty2,942

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    The Martin Luther University of today developed from two universities: one was founded in Wittenberg in 1502, and the other in Halle in 1694. Both universities went through a very eventful history with many ups and downs. Luther and Melanchthon taught in Wittenberg and made the town and its university the intellectual centre of the Reformation. In around 1700, the lawyer Christian Thomasius and philosopher Christian Wolff made Halle an important centre of the German Enlightenment.Then Napoleon abruptly closed the university in Wittenberg in 1813. As a result of territorial restructuring after the Napoleonic Wars, both universities were united in Halle in 1817. After the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the foundation of Halle University in 1994, the 500th Jubilee of the foundation of the University of Wittenberg lies ahead of us in the year 2002.Owing to its long history, the University developed alongside the City of Halle. The University has continued to develop and spread across the whole of the inner city.Many institutions are housed in old villas or historical buildings; additionally, many new university buildings have been built or completely restored. Numerous institutes and clinics now provide modern workplaces with state-of-the-art equipment.

    About

    The Martin Luther University of today developed from two universities: one was founded in Wittenberg in 1502, and the other in Halle in 1694. Both universities went through a very eventful history with many ups and downs. Luther and Melanchthon taught in Wittenberg and made the town and its university the intellectual centre of the Reformation. In around 1700, the lawyer Christian Thomasius and philosopher Christian Wolff made Halle an important centre of the German Enlightenment.Then Napoleon abruptly closed the university in Wittenberg in 1813. As a result of territorial restructuring after the Napoleonic Wars, both universities were united in Halle in 1817. After the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the foundation of Halle University in 1994, the 500th Jubilee of the foundation of the University of Wittenberg lies ahead of us in the year 2002.Owing to its long history, the University developed alongside the City of Halle. The University has continued to develop and spread across the whole of the inner city.Many institutions are housed in old villas or historical buildings; additionally, many new university buildings have been built or completely restored. Numerous institutes and clinics now provide modern workplaces with state-of-the-art equipment.

    University highlights

    Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg is one of the top Public universities in Halle, Germany. It is ranked #=461 in QS Global World Rankings 2022.

    QS World University Rankings

    • 2012
      #551- 600
    • 2014
      #601-650
    • 2015
      #601-650
    • 2016
      #551-600
    • 2017
      #501-550
    • 2018
      #461-470
    • 2019
      #561-570
    • 2020
      #511-520
    • 2021
      #470
    • 2022
      #=461

    Ranking criteria

    25.4
    Overall
    14.7
    Academic Reputation
    6
    Citations per Faculty
    6.5
    Employer Reputation
    85
    Faculty Student Ratio
    11.2
    International Students Ratio

    Student & Staff

    Total students
    20,053

    %
    %

    International students
    1,682

    %
    %

    Total faculty staff
    2,942

    0
    2942

    Total students
    20,053

    International students
    1,682

    Total faculty staff
    2,942

    2942
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