The University of Stuttgart in Numbers

Figures, Data, Facts and Rankings

Statistical figures on study programs, employment and finances offer an overview of the teaching and research environment at our University. Rankings provide a comparison to other universities both in Germany and abroad.

Study

In the winter semester 2018/19 a total of 25,705 students were enrolled on 74 bachelor's study programs and 93 master's study programs at the University of Stuttgart.

Students by degree type. About 50 percent are bachelor degree students. (c)
Students by degree type

Anzahl der Studierenden sowie deren Frauen- und Ausländeranteil (c)
Figures apply to the winter semester 2018/19 and year 2018.

Definition of important terms [de]

Finances

In the financial year 2018, the University of Stuttgart's total budget was 499,978,000 euros.

In the financial year 2018, the University of Stuttgart's total budget was 499,978,000 euros. (c)
The University of Stuttgart's budget in 2018 - actual revenue (provisional figures)

Employees

On Dec 1, 2018, 5334 people were employed at the University of Stuttgart.

On the Dec 1, 2018, 5334 people were employed at the University of Stuttgart. (c)
Qualifying date Dec 1, 2018.

Publications

Annual Report

The annual report "Figures Data Facts" provides an overview of the most important figures. A printed version of this is included in the spring edition of the magazine Forschung Leben.

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.

Rankings

The strength of the university’s research and third-party funding is clearly reflected in both national and international rankings. Press reports about the university’s current ranking successes:

Kontakt

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Dr.

Paul-Gerhard Martin

Head of Reporting

 

Reporting, Statistics, Capacity Calculation

Keplerstraße 7, 70174 Stuttgart

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Dr.

Hans-Herwig Geyer

Head of University Communications and Press Spokesperson

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