The university's faculties of philosophy and theology date back more than 400 years. Eichstaett became a state-recognized university in 1980, but retained its independent status as a Catholic university open to students of all faiths. An attractive feature is its personal atmosphere: students, professors and administration officials at Eichstaett enjoy a closer relationship than is typical at many German universities.
Eichstätt CampusEichstätt, Germany Campus Website0 - 5,000 on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in EichstättLanguage(s) spoken on campus: German, English
Eichstätt is situated in the middle of Bavaria, 70 miles north of Munich, an area of rolling hills and valleys which has been designated a national park. The creations in baroque style by architects such as Jakob Engel, Gabriel di Gabrieli and Maurizio Pedetti have helped give the city a reputation as one of the most beautiful in Bavaria. The central university administration is housed in the former summer residence of the bishops. The newer buildings of the university are situated around the garden of the summer residence and on the bank of the river Altmuhl.
The International Office offers an attractive leisure program for international students including excursions to famous Bavarian, Austrian and German sites such as Salzburg, Munich, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Berlin (upon request) and more. International students can join the campus sports center, as well as the choir and orchestra.
Ingolstadt CampusIngolstadt, Germany Campus Website0 - 5,000 on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in IngolstadtLanguage(s) spoken on campus: German, English
Ingolstadt is situated in the heart of Bavaria between Nuremberg and Munich. The city is an economic, scientific and cultural center. It combines tradition and modernity in a charming way and offers students an attractive environment. The WFI campus is conveniently situated close to Ingolstadt's historic city center. The cafeteria, residence halls, soccer fields and swimming pools can be reached within a few minutes of each other by foot. The inner city offers many cafes, restaurants and the famous Bavarian beer gardens to enjoy in your leisure time. Therefore, it will not take you long to get anywhere in Ingolstadt. During winter, many students take a trip to the Alps to ski or snowboard.
The International Office offers an attractive activity program for international students including excursions to famous Bavarian, Austrian and German sites such as Salzburg, Munich, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Berlin (upon request) and more. Some excursions will require a small fee.