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Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg


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    • Bamberger Universität
    • Bamberg University
    • Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg
    • University of Bamberg
    • Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg
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    • found: Leipzig--Aufbruch oder Abbruch? c1991:cover (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg)
    • found: BRD Staatshandb., Landesausg. Freistaat Bayern, 1989, 1991:(Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg)
    • found: World of learn., 1994:(Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg; founded 1647)
    • found: The world of music, 1997:contents p. (Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg)
    • found: Problems and perspectives of the transformation process in Eastern Europe, 1995:t.p. (University of Bamberg) cover p. 1 (Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg)
    • found: Die Matrikel der Akademie und Universität Bamberg, 2014:Teil 1, title page (Universität Bamberg) Teil 1, Vorwort, page 9 ("Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg; Bamberg University ("Bamberger Universität") has a very checkered history. Today's University of Bamberg not only carries the name of the old university, it also sees itself as consistent in follow-up and in the long academic tradition in Bamberg. From the Academia Ottoniana founded 1647 as the classic four-faculties university, after the reduction in the secularization to lyceum, philosophical-theological university and polytechnic up to today's University with a sharp profile in the arts and humanities, social sciences and economics and human sciences, complemented by application-oriented computer sciences, there is a unique university history of continuity and change.")
    • found: Universität Bamberg website, May 12, 2015:"Geschichte und Tradition: Chronologie der Universität" (Universität Bamberg [at top of page]; Nov. 14, 1647 Bamberg prince-bishop Melchior Otto Voit von Salzburg expanded the Jesuit college then present into the Academia Bambergensis by the addition of faculties of philosophy and theology; emperor Ferdinand III and pope Innocent X granted the new school all academic privileges the following year, and it was opened 1649 as the Academia Ottoniana; 1770 a law faculty was added by prince-bishop Friedrich Karl von Schönborn, a medical faulty was subsequently added by prince-bishop Adam Friedrich von Seinsheim, and 1773 the university was renamed Universitas Ottoniano-Fridericana; closed in the secularization of 1803, though the theological-pholosophical faculties continued as a lyceum until 1923, when a philosophical-theological academy was founded; closed from 1939-1945, when reopened as the Bamberger Hochschule and became the Bamberger Gesamthochschule through merger 1972 with the Pädagogische Hochschule of the Universität Würzburg (located in Bamberg); 1979 became Universität Bamberg, and renamed 1988 as the Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg) - http://www.uni-bamberg.de/geschichte-und-tradition/geschichte/
    • found: German Wikipedia, May 12, 2015:"Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg" (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg; with interruptions, one of the oldest universities in Bavaria; founded 1647 with the name Academia Bambergensis by prince-bishop Melchior Otto Voit von Salzburg with the theological and philosophical faculties, and after its founder designated Academia Ottoniana until 1770; the faculties of law and medicine were added in the 18th century and in 1773 designated a classic, complete university with the name Universitas Ottoniano Fridericiana; after secularization in 1803 the university became a lyceum; in 1923 renamed the Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Bamberg, so that for a long time the lyceum/philosophical-theological academy was offically not a university; in 1972 the Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule was combined with the Pädagogische Hochschule (founded 1958) as the Gesamthochschule Bamberg; 1979 renamed Universität Bamberg, and since 1988 Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg)
    • found: Universität Bamberg. Fakultät für Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Antrittsvorlesungen der Fakultät für Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften, c1980- (subdiv.) p. 7 (Universität Bamberg)
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