Studies in Europe - Universities

country
city
subject area 
language 
level of education
kind of studies  
qualification - Germany
university type - Germany  
university status  
Found: 576
Bad Homburg, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: non-public
Stuttgart, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: non-public
Munich (München), Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: public
Berlin, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: non-public
Bonn, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: non-public
Mannheim, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: non-public
Freiburg, Germany
university type: university type (with doctorate)
university status: public
Sigmaringen, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Albstadt, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Berlin, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Köthen, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Dessau-Roßlau, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Bernburg, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Ansbach, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Bremen, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: non-public
Karlsruhe, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: public
Freiburg, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: public
Nürnberg, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: public
Stuttgart, Germany
university type: colleges of art and music
university status: public
Augsburg, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Neuendettelsau, Germany
university type: university type (with doctorate)
university status: non-public
Karlsruhe, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Stuttgart, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Mannheim, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Heilbronn, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Friedrichshafen, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Bad Mergentheim, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Heidenheim an der Brenz, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
Horb am Neckar, Germany
university type: universities of applied sciences
university status: public
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