Furthermore, Heidelberg University can look back on a long tradition of innovation and success in the natural sciences: Several people integral to the historical development of the natural sciences in Germany studied and worked at the institution, e.g., Robert Bunsen and Hermann von Helmholtz.

The university is one of the most important educational institutions in the state of Baden-Württemberg with its almost 30.000 students, over 13.000 staff members and an annual budget of more than EUR 730 million.

Heidelberg University’s identity as a comprehensive university drives its interdisciplinary stance that aims to make possible essential contributions toward the solution of major issues facing humanity, society, and government in an increasingly changing world.

Find out more about Heidelberg University by visiting their website: uni-heidelberg.de.