TNA Host: University of Münster

The University of Münster (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, WWU) is a public institution and one of the biggest public universities in Germany. It conducts top level research and academic studies.

Benefits for TNA Users

Read here how you can benefit from a TNA stay at the University of Münster in Germany.

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About Us

The University of Münster is one of the largest universities in Germany with a rich and time-honoured tradition. It enjoys an outstanding reputation in the region and far beyond.

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Collections

Münster University Library consists of 2.684.166 volumes, 169.189 digital documents, 5.888 databases, 65.132 subscribed journals (61.450 of them electronically); de- centralised libraries for theology and Religious Studies hold around 750.000 volumes, 322 special databases on theology and study of religion, 4189 subscribed (electronic) journals on theology and study of religion.

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Other Relevant Entities

The University of Münster enables the study of diverse religions in an interdisciplinary perspective.

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National Libraries and Museums

In Münster you can visit a number attractive libraries and museums with rich collections and objects related to Religious Studies.

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Research Groups and Expertise

There are diverse and numerous research groups at the University of Münster. Within the RESILIENCE TNA programme, we help visiting researchers find the right group for them.

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Your TNA Contact

If you would like to learn more about our TNA services, you can contact us via email. Our TNA coordinator is happy to provide you with further information, and explain further how you can benefit from a TNA visit at our institute.

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Website

Visit our website to learn more about our university.

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Transnational Access Scholarships

Visit the Transnational Access Scholarships overview page.

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Partners

Thirteen European institutions have joined forces in RESILIENCE.

Press

Journalists and media are encouraged to contact either the press team or the project contact directly, but for your leisure, we have gathered a press kit, which you find here.