Faculties

Faculty of Theology

The Faculty of Theology combines the study and research of Protestant theology and non-denominational ethical issues. This faculty at Kiel University is liberally-theologically diversified, covering teacher training programmes, practical theological research and historical studies. Training as a priest is one of the Faculty of Theology’s primary tasks. The faculty accommodates five institutes and other additional facilities.

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Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine is committed to medical and dental research and education. It particularly focuses on digital medicine and handling medical datasets. The pre-clinical and clinical-theoretical institutes are located at Kiel University, whereas the clinical departments can be found on the Campus Kiel at the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH).

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Supporting societies

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities researches and teaches the full spectrum of traditional humanities and social sciences, plus cross-disciplinary subjects which lead to joint degree programmes and projects with other faculties. Teacher training programmes play a major role.

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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is divided into eight departments which are highly research-oriented and interlinked, both with one another and with disciplines from other faculties. This results in a range of degree programmes on offer which benefit from highly topical research projects.

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Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences follows the traditional profile in Kiel, involving strong theoretical research and emphasizing the quantitative, empirical search for knowledge. This ensures a high level of quality and topicality in the contents of its teaching and in knowledge transfer.

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Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering focuses on current and future issues in this field. Its research is based on the needs of a modern society and its economy. The faculty passes these needs on to its students in an especially practical way and in close contact with research.

 

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