University of Göttingen
|University of Göttingen|
|Latin: Universitas Regiæ Georgiæ Augustæ|
|Motto||In publica commoda (Latin)
Zum Wohle aller
|Motto in English||For the good of all|
|Type||Public Law foundation (Stiftung öffentlichen Rechts, since 2003)|
|Location||Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany|
|Affiliations||German Excellence Universities
King George II of Great Britain and the Elector of Hanover founded the school in 1734. It opened for classes in 1737. The University of Göttingen soon grew in size and popularity. Göttingen is a historic university city, with a high student and faculty population.
The University of Göttingen is one of the highest-ranked universities in Germany. It is associated with 45 Nobel laureates.
References[change | change source]
- Universität Göttingen (October 5, 2009). "Leitbild für Alumni Göttingen". Retrieved October 5, 2009.
Other websites[change | change source]
|Wikisource has original writing related to this article:|
- The University of Göttingen – home page
- The "Göttingen Nobel prize wonder"; the 44 Nobel prize laureates affiliated with Göttingen
- Shame at Göttingen, detailing the 1933 purge.