Centrally located and bordering ten other European countries, Germany is an historically important cultural and political hub of continental Europe. It is the birthplace of the Protestant Reformation, gas-powered cars, Albert Einstein, and MP3 technology. Influential philosophers such as Karl Marx and Immanuel Kant called this land home. Today’s Germany is a unique mix of the old and the new, exposing a rich and varied culture steeped in modern progressivism with an acute awareness of its own past.
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University of Hamburg in Germany
Founded in 1919, the University of Hamburg has approximately 38,000 students and 650 full-time professors engaged in teaching and research, as well as an additional academic staff numbering over 4,000.
University of Tübingen in Germany
Founded in 1477, the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen is one of Germany's oldest universities. It is particularly famous for its faculties of medicine, theology, law, philosophy and science.