About University of Hohenheim
The University of Hohenheim is divided into three faculties: Agricultural Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Business, Economics and Social Sciences.
Each faculty is made up of a group of related institutes and departments. As teaching and administrative units, they are responsible for the organization of research, teaching, and studies in their scientific area. The head of the faculty is the dean, who is responsible for the development of the faculty.
Today, almost 10,000 students are enrolled at the University of Hohenheim.
Corresponding to the jump in the number of students after World War II, the number of professors and employees at the University also grew quickly: In 1990, there were almost eight times as many professors as in 1946. The scientific personnel numbers 950 people today, 120 of whom are professors. The total number of people employed by the University is 2,100.