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17 March 2020
The University of Melbourne is pleased to announce that our partner through JUMPA, the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn was granted the status of “University of Excellence” on Friday 19 July 2019.
The above image shows the University of Bonn’s Rector Prof. Dr. H.C. Michael Hoch celebrating the award.
With the new Excellence status as well as six Clusters of Excellence acquired in 2018, Bonn has established itself among the most successful research-based universities in Germany.
The Excellence status enables Bonn to be granted funding of up to 105 million euros for an initial seven years from November 2019.
Click here to see further information and explore JUMPA projects with Bonn/ FZJ/ UoM here.
First published on 17 March 2020.
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