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Zeppelin Universität

Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body University, private
Year of foundation 2003
Total number of Students 1,104
Students at this campus 1,104
Tuition fees min. 3.900 € *
Semester contribution no data

Areas of study offered

Medicine, Health Science
0.0 %
Mathematics, Natural Sciences
0.0 %
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
79.0 %
Language, Civilisation Studies
21.0 %
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
0.0 %
Other studies
0.0 %

Types of degrees

75.7 %
24.3 %
Pre-Bologna degrees
0.0 %
Other types of degrees
0.0 %

Central services

Special features regarding the library
The library is an open-access library. Almost all books can be accessed without restriction – approx. 95% of the collection can be taken out on loan, 5% are for reference only. A course reserve collection ensures that the most important materials for the seminars are accessible at all times. The current editions of the print journals are freely accessible as reference copies. The library currently has about 75,009 media items, 44,020 of which printed books, 28,675 e-books and 2,314 periodicals. 21 databases & various journal packages are currently licensed. Then there are 159 individual journal subscriptions. more information
Foreign language courses
There is a foreign language centre. Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, Dutch, Swedish. more information
Special features regarding university sports
The university offers its own sports programme. Participation is free of charge. The range of sports offered by the ZU includes football, volleyball, rowing, badminton, lacrosse, cheerleading etc. Students attending the institution can participate in the sports programme of the DHBW Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University and the University of Konstanz. The ZU participates in the Euromasters in Vallendar, the Snowdays in Bozen and the Royals Cup in Maastricht, among others. All outdoor sports & an excellent infrastructure at the sports facilities: Situated in the Lake Constance and Alpine region, the sports and leisure activities of the ZU are virtually on its doorstep. In close cooperation with local sports clubs, in particular VFB Friedrichshafen and PSG Friedrichshafen, the ZU university sports programme offers a very wide selection of different sports, including badminton, basketball, (beach) volleyball, inline skating, skiing and mountain sports, fencing, football, handball, water sports, martial arts, athletics, tennis, cheerleading and lacrosse. more information
Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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