Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

The University of  Halle is a modern full-university with long traditions and  the largest university in the state of Saxony-Anhalt.  It encompasses 10 faculties and departments with over 200 study courses.   At present, more than 20 000 students are enrolled in the university, among them approximately 1800 international students from over 110 countries.The present university is the result of the unification, in 1807, of the two former universities, still visible in the double seal – the universitiy of Wittenberg which was founded in 1502 and the university of  Halle, founded  in 1694. Today Martin Luther University  combines  traditional and new study profiles with an important sector of research. Interdisciplinary studies and international cooperation are crucial issues of the university’s activity in teaching and research. Read more …

The Language Centre

The Language Centre, founded in 1996, continues a long tradition of language teaching for students of all faculties. Today there are more than seventy different language courses in seven  languages and about 4000 students every year. The centre is an active member of the german association of language centres “Arbeitskreis der Sprachenzentren” (AKS e.V.)  and the european Confederation of Language Centres in Higher Education (CercleS). The Language Centre offers to its students, among other qualifications,  the possibility to acquire the german university language certificate UNIcert ®. Read more …

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