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Expatrio 2024-02-15
Stadt Ulm von oben


Picturesque Ulm is located on the River Danube

Situated in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Ulm is a historic city that was founded in around 850. Known as the birthplace of Albert Einstein, the city is also famous for the Gothic Minster which currently has the world's tallest church steeple. Ulm has a long history as a center for industry and trade, which continues today.

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With a population of around 125,600, Ulm is a smaller city, yet it has a big personality. Between the University of Ulm and the University of Applied Sciences, there are around 15,000 students in total. Ulm is a proudly international city, with residents from over 140 countries making up 38% of the population.


Studying and Working in Ulm

The wide range of courses at the University of Ulm and the Ulm University of Applied Sciences include Medicine, Engineering, Computer Sciences, and Energy Economics. The universities have a diverse student body and offer excellent research opportunities. Ulm has a vibrant social life with cafes, bars, and restaurants, plus events such as Ulmer Zelt (summer concert & comedy shows) and Nabada (a carnival on the river).

Ulm has long been an economic hub and is now home to the headquarters and branches of a wide range of German and multinational companies. Various industries are based in Ulm, including pharmaceuticals, motor vehicles, and other manufacturing. The success of the local economy provides a range of opportunities for young professionals and a healthy job market.

Donau in Ulm

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