The University of Münster offers the advantages of studying at a large university with a surrounding steeped in history and culture.


The city center of Münster

The city center of Münster

WWU Münster has developed a strong research profile in natural sciences, the humanities, medicine, law and business administration. It targets top-level research in high-performance areas for and combines this with promoting first-class young researchers. At the same time, by ensuring that broad research can be carried out it creates a secure basis on which excellence can thrive. 

With around 270,000 inhabitants and about 48,000 students, Münster is the largest city in the Münsterland. As an academic and cultural city, Münster offers a wide variety of museums, theatres and events. The city is also well- known as Germany’s bicycle capital – after all, statistically every inhabitant owns four bicycles. The historic city centre, Lake Aa and the moated castles in the surrounding region have made Münster very popular as a leisure centre. In 2004 the city was awarded the title of "Most Liveable City in the World" by the United Nations Environment Programme.




Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Location - North Rhine-Westfalia
Enrollment – 39,000
Founding – 1780
Main Focus –  Economics and Social Sciences
Type of Campus – Campus


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The Schloss

Muenster Cathedral