Fachbereich 19 Geographie at the Uni Marburg
- Deutschhausstraße 10
- 35037 Marburg
- Phone: +49 6421 28-24257
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Special features regarding teachingMore than 80 partnerships for student exchange, many individual contacts with partners abroad, focus here is on Africa south of the Sahara, Europe, East Asia, South America and New Zealand. International working groups, majority of the ongoing research projects with international links.
Special features regarding the international orientationMore than 80 partnerships for student exchange, many individual contacts with partners abroad, focus here is on Africa south of the Sahara, Europe, East Asia, South America and New Zealand. International working groups, majority of the ongoing research projects with international links.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsLund, Schweden; Bergen, Norwegen; Teneriffa, Spanien; Utrecht, Niederlande; Lyon, Frankreich; Lissabon, Portugal; Auckland, Neuseeland; Victoria University, Melbourne, Australien; University of Massachusetts, USA; Wilfrid Laurier University, Kanada
Special features regarding the equipmentThe entire Geography department is located in two historic buildings next door to each other. This means short distances and minimal time lost. All infrastructure facilities are also housed in these buildings: more then 80 computer workstations for students, department library, labs (environmental IT, environmental analysis, GIS, modelling, remote sensing, social research, herbarium). Modern device collection, classroom sets of tablets, drones for micro remote sensing, economic-geographic databases, teaching rooms with the latest presentation technology, uni’s own research / teaching area
Support for foundersCooperation with MArburg Research Academy (MARA) and TransMIT GmbH (Technologietransfer Mittelhessen)
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsSupport for the work of the equal opportunity commission in the department
Characteristics of diversity advancementContinuing education courses in higher education didactics
Other special featuresTeaching staff in the department guarantee individual support for project work and final examination modules. Lecture series also convey a wide range of competencies, knowledge and skills, which can be deployed universally and are in high demand in the labour market (spatial and critical thought, project and time management, media skills, problem resolution skills). As a "real university town" Marburg offers a vibrant student life with numerous programmes offered in sport, culture and leisure.
Further information on research activitieswww.uni-marburg.de/fb19/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-marburg.de/de/fb19/studieninteressierte
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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