Philipps University of Marburg

German university
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The Philipps-University of Marburg is the oldest Protestant university of the world. It was founded by Martin Luther's friend Philipp of Hesse in 1527, during the reformation.

University of Marburg
Philipps-Universität Marburg
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Latin: SCHOLA MARPVRGENSIS
TypePublic university
EstablishedJuly 1, 1527
PresidentKatharina Krause
Administrative staff
ca. 7,500 (incl. hospital staff - 2005)
Studentsca. 21,000
Location,
Germany
Websitehttp://www.uni-marburg.de
Data as of 2010

Major areas of research at the university are medicine, nano-science, materials science and near eastern studies.

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