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
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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