Freie Universität Berlin’s Dahlem campus has a long tradition as a location for research.
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Internationality has been very important at Freie Universität since its founding in 1948. Collaboration across borders has characterized our university ever since. Individuals from more than 130 countries study, teach, and work here. We find that this cultural diversity is a great enrichment.
In the German national Excellence Initiative Freie Universität Berlin emerged as the most successful university in the competition. Freie Universität makes every effort to establish the best conditions for scientific and academic thinking and working for its researchers and students. Its library system is the best in Germany. The Dahlem campus has a long tradition as a location for research and is a stimulating environment for education and research.
Berlin, the capital of Germany, is well worth a visit. Moreover, with its high concentration of research facilities, it is an attractive location for students and researchers alike. The dense network of scholarly and scientific institutions in the region offers ideal conditions for research and teaching.
Characterized by stirring contrasts, its varied history, and rapid change, Berlin is a tolerant and open-minded city with a creative atmosphere. But more than that, it is also a wonderful place to live. The city offers a wealth of exhibitions, theaters, and orchestras as well as clubs, restaurants, and cafés. There are many lakes, rivers, and green oases amidst the bustling city. Come and see for yourself!
Last Update 05/09/2011
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