University of Basel - Organization - Faculties

Faculties

  • Theology
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Faculty of Humanities (Phil I)
  • Faculty of Science (Phil II)
  • Business and Economy
  • Psychology
  • Interdisciplinary institutions
    • Europainstitut
    • Jewish Studies
    • Mensch-Gesellschaft-Umwelt (MGU)
    • Centre for African Studies Basel (ZASB)
    • Kulturmanagement
    • Gender Studies
  • Associated institutes
    • Swiss Tropical Institute
    • Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI)

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