Science City Nuremberg
Highly qualified recruits on the regional labor market and practical research and science are important motors for the special innovative power and future orientation of the Nuremberg region. The City of Nuremberg and its surroundings are home to 30 universities with more than 150,000 students – ideal conditions for getting future markets moving.
As center of knowledge, Nuremberg brings together the factors of success. Application-oriented research and strong interdisciplinary communication between universities and research institutions characterize Nuremberg as a base of scientific knowledge.
FAU Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
FAU is one of the ten largest universities in Germany and one of the leading universities in Europe. Founded in 1743, FAU has a rich history. It is a strong research university with an international perspective, with around 39,628 students, 244 degree programmes, 4,000 academic staff (including over 580 professors), 171 million euros (2013) third-party funding, and 500 partnerships with universities all over the world.
Nuremberg Institute of Technology Georg Simon Ohm
With its 13,000 students, the Nuremberg Institute of Technology - Nuremberg Tech for short - is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany. It develops ideas for the world we live in today and for tomorrow and conducts research into the key issues affecting society. As one of the most research-intensive Bavarian universities and one of the most successful in acquiring external research funding, Nuremberg Tech maintains excellent ties with the region’s business sector and is an important driver of innovation in the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region.
TUN Technical University of Nuremberg (under construction)
Nuremberg is also gaining a new Technical University. Designed for between 5,000 and 6,000 students, this innovative institution will provide a model for the rest of the German higher education sector to follow. Based on a new overall concept, with original approaches in teaching and learning and a new organisational structure, it will place knowledge and technology transfer at its centre. Designed as a campus university and occupying 37.5 hectares in the middle of a 100-hectare site, the new institution will be a landmark in Nuremberg's southern cityscape and help shape the structure of the city.
Lutheran University of Applied Sciences
With study courses in the social, pedagogical and religious education fields, the Lutheran University of Applied Sciences promotes critical analysis and ethical reflection of professional action on the basis of Christian values. It combines theoretical content and practical experience through project study and guided practical training. The manageable size and small student groups permit personal contact between teachers and students.
Academy of Fine Arts
The Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg was founded in 1662 as the first academy of art in the German-speaking regions. The main fields of teaching are fine and applied arts.
Nuremberg University of Music
The Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg (Nuremberg University of Music) is the third State University of Music in Bavaria and was established only in 2008. However, its tradition goes back to the early 19th century.
Today, around 400 students are trained in musical performance and music education in Nuremberg.
Application-oriented research and strong interdisciplinary communication between universities and research institutions characterize Nuremberg as a base of scientific knowledge.
City of Nuremberg
Office for Economic Development
Telephone: +49 (0)911 / 231 - 85 26
Fax: +49 (0)911 / 231 - 85 25
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