From its period as an imperial city to the last third of the twentieth century, Augsburg had several educational centres whose significance extended far beyond the city's boundaries, but not a university. The lyceum, established in 1834 and annexed a year later to the re-established Benedictine Abbey of St. Stephen.
The University of Augsburg offers a broad spectrum of almost 90 degree programmes in humanities and social sciences, business and law, natural and engineering sciences, medicine and computer science.
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