Goethe University

Goethe University is a research-oriented university in the European financial metropolis of Frankfurt. With over 46,000 students, 16 faculties - including 15 English-language Master's programs - it is the third largest university in Germany. university in Germany.

The highest standards and a quality offensive in research and teaching allow Goethe University to occupy a leading position in the German research landscape. More than almost any other state university, Goethe University enjoys has the highest degree of institutional freedom and autonomy. Exchange in diverse regional and international networks is a matter of course for Goethe University. And last but not least, close practical contacts and contribute to solving political, social, economic and cultural problems.

As a "workshop of modernity", Goethe University has set standards in the social and natural sciences. The "Frankfurt School" and the "Stern-Gerlach Experiment" are worth mentioning. Today, these important lines of tradition are continued in three Clusters of Excellence, which were acquired as part of the German government's Excellence Initiative in the natural sciences, life sciences and humanities. In the Hessian LOEWE offensive, an excellence initiative of the Hesse, the university and its partners impressed with four centers and seven focal points.

The Career Service offers international students at Goethe University in particular advice and support services for entering the German job market, tailored to their situation and needs. and their needs. These services are confidential and free of charge. They range from information and self-learning materials, workshops on future skills and the application process to individual career coaching, the review of application documents and professional networking (job shadowing/alumni events) as well as practical presentations.