As a research and knowledge center, the Regiopole Region of Rostock provides ideal conditions for those with high demands for their education or training to ensure excellent prospects for starting a career. The University of Rostock is celebrating its 600-year anniversary in 2019, making it the oldest and largest higher education institution in continental northern Europe and the Baltic Sea area – and one that connects both the traditional and the modern in its multiple campuses. In many respects, the city is shaped in a scientific, economic, and cultural sense by its 15,000 students from 99 different nations, 5,000 employees at the University and University Medical Faculty in addition to 550 students from 42 nations who are currently receiving their education and training in the arts at the renowned HMT (Rostock University of Music and Drama). See the Following link for further information on numbers and facts regarding the University of Rostock.
The University of Rostock is the oldest in the Baltic Sea region and a world-renowned research and teaching university, which benefits the economy of the whole region. There are further different universities of applied sciences and training facilities located in the Regiopolregion Rostock, where the specialists of tomorrow are trained.