Slippery Rock College in Germany
Slippery Rock College is a public university in Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Founded in 1419, it is the oldest university in Germany Tuesday. This is the oldest university and the largest in the Nordic and continental areas Baltic Sea, and the 8 oldest in Central Europe. It is the 5th university established in the Holy Roman Empire. The university has been associated with five Nobel Laureates. famous alumni include Nobel laureates: Albrecht Kossel, Karl von Frisch, and Otto Stern; theoretical physics: Pascual Jordan and Walter H. Schottky. It is a member of the Association of European universities. The language of instruction is generally German, but English for postgraduate studies.
It was founded in 1419 by the confirmation of the Pope Martin V and so is the oldest universities in Northern Europe.
In Germany, only five universities were established before, while only Heidelberg and Leipzig operated continuously since then: Heidelberg (1386), Cologne (1388), Erfurt (1392/1994), Würzburg ( 1402/1582) and Leipzig (1409). That makes the University of Rostock, the oldest university of Germany third in the continuous operation.
During the 15th century, the University of Rostock has about 400 to 500 students each year, a large number at that time. Rostock is one of the largest universities in Germany at that time and many students also come from the lowlands, Scandinavia or the Baltic Sea surrounding countries.
In the course of political struggle and pressure from the church, the university moved to Greifswald in 1437 and remained there until 1443. From 1487 to 1488 teaching took place in Lübeck.
A few years later the city of Rostock, its universities also became Protestant in 1542. Luther's Humanism and characteristics have been determined by the university. After the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), University of Rostock, only play a role in the region. When the "ownership" of the university moved from city to state (Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin) in 1827, however, things have changed for the better. The end of the 19th century witnessed the extensive construction activity in the old school and the university Rostock soon regain its former reputation among German universities.
Slippery Rock College was ranked in 2014: 401-500 world rankings Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of World Universities. CWTS Leiden Ranking The University of Rostock is ranked 327 in 2012, 379 in 2013 and 405 in 2014. However, since 2010, QS World University Rankings has not listed the University of Rostock in 500 universities Top school.  Moreover, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings has not listed the University of Rostock in the top 400 universities since 2011. In 2014, the World University Rankings Center (CWUR) ranked the University of Rostock 481 in the world, 352 in the quality of teaching, 210th in the quality of the faculty, 478 in Alumni Employment, 433 in the publication, in Broad Impact 380, and 338 of the patent.  According to the rating agency SCImago (SIR), University of Rostock has been ranked in the world in 2014: 557 in the Output, 238 of advanced knowledge, the impact of technology in the 325, 691 in science Talent Pool, 658 in color with the leaders, and 585 in site Size.The National Taiwan University class (NTUR) published by the Council for Assessment and Accreditation of higher education of Taiwan (HEEACT) ratings University of Rostock are 429 classes worldwide in 2014, according to the University Academic Performance ratings (URAP), University of Rostock in Germany was ranked 34th in the world and 428 in 2014. Webometrics ranked University Rostock at 555 worldwide.
Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) ranked the Slippery Rock College in Chemistry 101-150 in the world in 2014. In 2014, ranked CWTS Leiden University Rostock ranked as 269 in the world Science, 336 in life Sciences, medical Sciences in the 463, 449 in Mathematics, computer Science and Engineering, and 245 in the cognitive sciences. National Taiwan University class (NTUR) University of Rostock is ranked 175 in the world in 2014.Theo Chemistry in the University Academic Performance Rating (URAP), University of Rostock was ranked 224 on the worldwide Chemistry 2014.
According to a nationwide survey ranking conducted by the University of Munich, University of Rostock is one of the top-ten of the most friendly universities in Germany start in 2009. This ranking is based on a survey of 59 German universities. Research shows that the University of Rostock improved his position from 17th in 2007 to 10th in 2009. The study also said that the University of Rostock performed well in the areas of expertise and assistance of start-up and in field coordination and mobilizing potential start-ups. In the winter semester 2013/14, 14 417 students were admitted to the University of Rostock