University of Augsburg
Founded in 1970, the University of Augsburg is to be listed among the younger, modern universities in Bavaria, Germany. The university steadily grows, but nevertheless remains manageable with currently about 20,000 students. It comprises seven faculties at the moment with a broad range of roughly 80 courses of study in human and social sciences, natural sciences and sciences of technology, law, and economics as well as theology.
Technical University of Munich
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) belongs to the best universities in Europe. This university stands out due to top performances in research and teaching as well as interdisciplinarity and the promotion of young talent. Moreover, it is very well networked with companies and research institutions all over the world. The TUM is one of the three first "universities of excellence" in Germany. It constantly takes leading positions in international and national rankings.
The Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) is one of the leading universities in Europe with a history of nearly 500 years.The LMU fully covers the broad spectrum of sciences: ranging from human sciences, law, economics, and social sciences to medical and natural sciences.
The Augsburg Clinic belongs to the biggest hospitals in Germany. It is the only hospital with the highest level of care for about two million citizens in Bavarian-Swabia and offers high-quality medical services at an university standard. Since more than 30 years, highly-qualified medical doctors and nursing staff have taken care of the patients' health. The Augsburg Clinic is a teaching hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU).