Founded 1477 by Count Eberhard the Bearded, 1863 the first German University to establish a faculty of Natural Sciences. An autonomous institution financially supported by the State of Baden-Württemberg and under the jurisdiction of its Ministry of Arts and Sciences.
Accreditation: Accreditation, Certification and Quality Assurance Institute (ACQUIN)
- Catholic Theology FacultyFields of study: Catholic Theology
- Humanities FacultyFields of study: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Chinese, English, Ethnology, German, Greek, History, Japanese, Jewish Studies, Korean, Latin, Linguistics, Literature, Media Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Music, Oriental Studies, Philology, Romance Languages, Russian, Scandinavian Languages, Slavic Languages
- Law FacultyFields of study: Law
- Academic year: October to September (October-March, April-September), two semesters
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate (Reifezeugnis) or equivalent
- Students allowance: Co-ed