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most international university

 

 

START YOUR GLOBAL CAREER

Jacobs University Bremen offers excellent English-language study programs, individual academic advising, and small class sizes. You will not only be involved in research projects from your first year of study but also acquire interdisciplinary skills that will qualify you for a successful international career.

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• Your Application to a Bachelor Program

All you need to know about applying to Jacobs University through the Common Application. Learn about what is important and how you can make the most of your application. Q&A included!

 

• Scholarships & Financing Options

Learn more about our merit-based scholarships, our tuition deferral program JUStudyAtEase, how to apply for need-based financial aid, and other financing options. Q&A included!

 

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• Study at Jacobs University in Germany

Learn more about the advantages of studying in Germany and what you should know about living, studying, and working here.
 

 

• Is Jacobs University the Right Fit for Me?

Join this webinar to find out what we are looking for in a student applying to Jacobs. We will talk about tips and tools you need to determine and what it means to find the right ‘university fit’. Q&A included!

 

Earn your undergraduate degree in 3 years

  • Small, interactive classes taught in English
  • Individual support with a teacher to student ratio of 1:16
  • Active research involvement from the first year of study
  • International campus with students from over 120 nations
  • Worldwide career and alumni network

Our study programs – international & hands-on

  • Mobility

    • Computer Science
    • Electrical and Computer Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering & Management
    • Robotics and Intelligent Systems
    • Mathematics
  • Health

    • Biochemistry and Cell Biology
    • Chemistry and Biotechnology
    • Earth and Environmental Sciences
    • Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology
    • Physics
  • Diversity

    • Global Economics and Management
    • Society, Media and Politics
    • International Business Administration
    • International Relations: Politics & History
    • Integrated Social and Cognitive Psychology

Hi there, I’m Cristina Trifon-Calvopiña and I am the Regional Manager for Jacobs University’s recruitment activities in North America.

I’m from Ecuador and I also studied at Jacobs – I completed my BA in International Relations in 2013. After that I went into the field of literature and cultural studies before starting my career in higher education, and I am passionate about the diversity and opportunities for growth in places like Jacobs University.

Do you want to know more about Jacobs University? Just submit the request form and we will get in touch with you.

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STUDENT & ALUMNI VOICES

“My Professors' unwavering support and mentorship have been life-changing in many ways."


Mahlaqua Noor, Pakistan, Biochemistry and Cell Biology '19, has been awarded with a doctorate scholarship from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for Cambridge University.

 

Jacobs University has given me a ton of specialist knowledge. But most of all, the university has taught me to make something of myself.


Catherine Jacob-Dolan, USA, Biochemistry and Cell Biology '18, pursuing a PhD in Immunology at Harvard University.

Interdisciplinary courses from completely unrelated fields opened my mind. Today I am able to look at a problem from a whole new set of angles which helped me a lot in my career.


Cornel Amariai, Romania, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science '15, Head of Innovation at Continental and selected on Forbes “30 under 30” list in Europe.

What I sought was exactly that: an international community that really celebrated its diversity—and that’s what I found.


Leonoor Cornelissen, The Netherlands, International Politics and History '13, working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

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