The North Rhine-Westphalia institute is primarily a research university, and was ranked 68 by THE, not having made it onto the list last year.Its notable alumni include Siemens energy sector CEO Wolfgang Dehen, as well as boxing Olympian Peter Hussing and German-Canadian filmmaker Uwe Boll, who has been called the “world's worst director”.“Germany's great strength in depth and claim of high positions in the table will serve it well in the years to come.” 1. It's perhaps not so surprising the this university in the birthplace of Albert Einstein places a major emphasis on the science.
Its position in the rankings shot up to 13th place worldwide from 17th in 2016.
The University of Bremen was ranked 41 worldwide for young universities. Technical University of Dortmund Photo: DPA Dating back to 1968, this Ruhr valley uni's formation came amid changing economic times for the area.
“It was established at a time of decline in the country's coal and steel industry and its emergence coincided with an economic shift away from heavy industry and towards technology,” writes THE.
It’s been difficult but it takes more than a few words to knock this girl out.” “Everyone talks about my love life but people don’t know how much I do.
People think I fall very deeply in love then fall out of it quickly and that I don’t really think about things a lot.” “I admit I live in the moment.
But now it offers a wide range of programmes, from engineering to the humanities.