University of Wuppertal 

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The Bergische Universität Wuppertal - Uni Wuppertal for short and unofficially BUW - was founded in 1972 as part of the NRW education initiative as a comprehensive university. The university has over 23,000 students enrolled, including over 2,500 freshmen. About 1030 of these were taught by 260 instructors across three university campuses. A hundred or so courses were offered at the same time. The University of Wuppertal is consistently raising the bar for both its research and instruction. As a result, their potential and accomplishments are more clearly seen, new synergies are released, and current strengths are combined. Numerous degree programs taught in English are offered by the University of Wuppertal in response to the increasing needs of globalization. For free, the University of Wuppertal provides concurrent German courses to overseas students enrolled in degree programs taught in English. The University of Wuppertal offers the following degrees that are taught in English: • Master's program in Computer Simulation in Science (CSIS) • Master's program in Applied Economics and International Economic Policy The creation, promotion, and utilization of robust international networks at all levels of cooperation are seen as a key feature of the Bergische Universität Wuppertal/University of Wuppertal's academic profile and significantly increase its impact and allure as a hub for knowledge, human capital, and investment. There are now partnerships in place with about 150 universities.

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