Jacobs University Bremen was earlier known as International University Bremen (IUB) is a highly selective, top-ranked, private, independent research university in Bremen, Germany. Jacobs University is an English-speaking higher education institution. Jacobs University combines aspects from the American and German academic systems to form an environment with a "transdisciplinary" approach between diverse disciplines and subject areas. The university has 1290 students from 110 countries pursuing Bachelor’s, Master's, and PhD degrees. The students and the academic staff demographic are proportionally more international than at other German universities.
Jacobs University is a campus university. The campus grounds and buildings were developed from the former grounds of the Roland Barracks in Bremen-Grohn. The campus is composed of 30-hectare park-like grounds including student housing in colleges, the university’s teaching, research, and administration buildings, including the Reimar Lüst Hall named after the founding chair, the Information Resource Center (IRC) – a library with extensive digital resources and future oriented information technology – apartments for visiting scientists as well as sports and other leisure facilities.
- Interfaith House
- Lecture Halls
- Research Facility
- Extra Curricular Activities