University of Lübeck

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University of Lübeck
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Motto Im Focus das Leben (German)
Motto in English Focus on Life
Established 1964
Type Public
Budget US $25.7 million
President Peter Dominiak
Admin. staff 1.335 (2005)
Students 3.473 (WS 2013/14)
Location Lübeck, Germany
Colors Green and White         
Website www.uni-luebeck.de

The University of Lübeck is a research university in Northern Germany which focuses almost entirely on medicine and sciences with applications in medicine. In both 2006 and 2009, the University of Lübeck was ranked No. 1 in medicine among all universities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland according to the CHE Hochschulranking. In Computer Science and Molecular Life Science, the University was ranked No. 2 in the 2009 evaluation.

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The university has a Faculty of Medicine and a Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences. It offers professional degrees and doctoral degrees (Dr.med.) in medicine and Bachelor and Master degrees in computer science, molecular life science, computational life science and medical engineering. Further, in winter semester 2007/2008, the PhD programme "Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences" was introduced with the establishment of the Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences at the university.

Currently, the university has around 3,500 students, 160 Professors and 100 lecturers. In 2003 the affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Lübeck was merged with that of the University of Kiel into the university teaching hospital of Schleswig-Holstein, thus making the 2nd largest one in Germany. With a total number of staff over 5,300, the University of Lübeck and its teaching hospital belong to the largest employer in the region of Lübeck. Internationally, the university has partnerships and collaborations with Katholieke Universiteit Leuven/Belgium, University of Helsinki/Finland and Zhejiang University/Hangzhou/China.

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Coordinates: 53°50′13″N 10°42′21″E / 53.83694°N 10.70583°E / 53.83694; 10.70583