Aiming for a fulfilling career in a top business company, government organization or a research institute - or wish to be accepted in a graduate program at one of the world's leading universities? An education which will prime you for life's challenges in an interconnected world. The education you will receive at Jacobs University Bremen.
Excellently qualified, internationally-minded, committed in a variety of ways: Jacobs University’s students are much sought-after by employers. This became evident once again at the fifth career fair of the English-speaking university, where 40 companies, organizations and research institutions presented themselves. Over 1300 visitors took the opportunity to network and make contacts with potential employers. Everyone agreed: the visit was well worth it.
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Jacobs University’s library is part of the Information Resource Center (IRC), housed in the spacious Campus Center building. Quiet group and individual study areas, equipped with WLAN, power and network connections, offer space for learning in groups or individually.
Medical doctors and hospitals are in the neighborhood. Health insurance companies have offices on Campus. Our Student Service Center helps students to make doctors appointments.
Jacobs University does not only offer an excellent academic education but also many opportunities for students outside of the classroom. The various student-driven social and cultural activities encompass events throughout the year, and student clubs range from arts to sports and community groups.OUR CAMPUS LIFE IN A NUTSHELL
Upon its foundation, Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH has been state-approved in accordance with §122(1) of the Higher Education Act of the City State of Bremen. In 2001, Jacobs University Bremen has been institutionally accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities. This accreditation has been renewed in 2008.
Sometimes it felt like an overload of assignments at the last moment. Overall experience was fine
Very good living conditions: food, facilities and accommodation. Academic life is very rigorous and enables you to complete a successful education. There is a large number of international students that make the social life more exciting.
The just ended first semester was online teaching and learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic and visa-related issues, overall it was successful and I have gained more knowledge in the topics taught and families myself with programming languages such as Python and Rstudio, but it would be more understood when is been taught in the lecture halls, that's face-to-face teaching...
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