Public university in Thuringia, Germany
University of Erfurt Type Public Established 1379 ; 644 years ago ( 1379) (closed 1816–1993); reestablished 1994 Budget € 59.5 million  President Walter Bauer-Wabnegg
287  Students 5,715  Location
50°59′26″N 11°00′39″E / 50.99056°N 11.01083°E / 50.99056; 11.01083 Campus Urban Website www.uni-erfurt.de
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University of Erfurt (German: ) is a public university located in Erfurt, the capital city of the German state of Thuringia. It was founded in 1379, Universität Erfurt  and closed in 1816. It was re-established in 1994, three years after German reunification. Therefore it claims to be both the oldest and youngest university in Germany. The institution identifies itself as a reform university, due to its most famous alumnus Martin Luther, the instigator of the Reformation, who studied there from 1501 to 1505. Today, the main foci centre on multidisciplinarity, internationality, and mentoring.
The university is home to the Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, the Gotha Research Center for Cultural and Social Scientific Studies, and the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy.
The Gotha Research Library, which has one of Germany's largest collections of early modern manuscripts, is part of the university. The University Library is also the keeper of the
Bibliotheca Amploniana, a collection of nearly 1000 medieval manuscripts collected by the scholar Amplonius Rating de Berka (c.1363–1435), who was a former Rector of the university. 
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"Jahresbericht 2015 der Universität Erfurt" (PDF). University of Erfurt (in German). pp. 58–61. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 February 2017 . Retrieved . 15 June 2017
"Statistik" (in German). Archived from the original on 13 July 2020 . Retrieved . 15 June 2017
"Portrait". 24 April 2019. Archived from the original on 24 April 2019.
^ Bibliotheca Amploniana Archived 18 October 2017 at the Wayback Machine. (Accessed: 31 May 2017)
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