Figures, Data and Facts

The University of Stuttgart in numbers

Statistical figures on study programs, employment and finances offer an overview of the teaching and research environment at our University.


In the winter semester 2022/23 a total of 22.093 students were enrolled on 62 bachelor's study programs and 100 master's study programs at the University of Stuttgart.


In the financial year 2022, the University of Stuttgart's total budget was 614,723,000 euros.

The university's total budget amounts to 614,723,000 Euro. Of this, the state subsidy including investments amounts to 50 percent, third-party funds 47 percent and other income 3 percent.
The University of Stuttgart's budget in 2022 - actual revenue (May 2023)
Type of funds Amount in
Thousand euros
State subsidy (incl. investments) 307,687
External funding 287,131
Other income (without transitory funds) 19,905
Total budget 614,723

Full-time employees

As of December 1 2022, there were 5,507 people employed at the University of Stuttgart.

Group Headcount Proportion Women Vollzeit­äquivalente
Professors 271 18.5% 268.9
Junior professors 21 23.8% 21.0
Other academic staff 3,305 27.7% 2,983.3
Non-academic staff 1,856 56.1% 1,671.1
Apprentices 54 40.7% 54.0
Total 5,507 36.9% 4,998.3

Statistical Review

The Statistical Review makes comprehensive statistical data on students and employees of the University of Stuttgart readily and graphically accessible. It's only available in german language.


The University of Stuttgart is a research university with a high level of external funding and outstanding achievements in teaching and transfer. This is reflected by numerous national and international rankings.



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Dr. Paul-Gerhard Martin


Head of Reporting
Academic controlling, capacity planning


Reporting, Statistics, Capacity Calculation

Keplerstraße 7, 70174 Stuttgart

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Lydia Lehmann


Deputy Head of University Communi­ca­tions and Acting Press Spokesperson

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