Studying at the University of Münster
With some 44,000 students, the University of Münster offers the complete range of academic opportunities – from bachelor's programmes to in-service continuing education courses. The University values the close relationship between research and teaching, extensive advice and counselling services and high student graduation rates. Compared to other universities, our graduates have better chances of launching a career after their studies.
The University of Münster offers an extensive range of academic programmes and degree options. The fields of study provide a general overview. For more detailed information, consult the Study Guide of the Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB). And there are many more study opportunities available to you.
If you have any questions about studying, the first place to go is the Student Advice and Counselling Centre (ZSB). Degree course advisors can answer specific questions about your subject. The Student Admissions Office can help with applications, enrolment etc. The University Centre for Teacher Education (ZfL) provides assistance to teaching degree students. And foreign students can contact the International Office for help and advice.
The University of Münster is a renowned higher education institution with contacts to universities and research facilities around the world. Internationality plays a central role here, evidenced by the numerous exchange students and visiting researchers, as well as many intercultural events.
Students and researchers at the University of Münster can enrol in University Sports courses. With about 140 types of sports to choose from, there is something for everyone. You can also participate in one of the many sports clubs in Münster.
It's hard to imagine life in Münster without the University of Münster. A fifth of the 300,000 "Münsteraner" are students at one of eight universities, of which the University of Münster is the largest. The flair and feeling of student life is everywhere you look – on the streets and in Münster's diverse cultural programme.