Facts & figures

How many students attend the German Sport university? How many applicants pass the physical aptitude test? How large is the campus? Facts and figures on the German Sport University Cologne.  

Did you know…?

  • that the Cologne Cathedral would fit into the area of the campus (187,000 m2) 26 times 
  • that there are more than 1,600 trees on the campus 
  • that the German Sport University has the largest specialised sport and exercise library in the world 
  • that the campus has 61,000 square metres of sports areas 

Number of students in the summer term 2020

Students     
Physical Education  1.782
Bachelor2.775
Master802
Ph.D.376
Programme students6
Master degrees in advanced studies198
Guest Students17
German language course10
Total5.966 (female: 35,2%)

Staff

Staff 
Professors44
Academic staff259
Non-academic staff305
Research & student assistants241
Trainees7
Assistant lecturers159
Total1.015

Summary of staff head count (12/2019)  

Physical aptitude test

February 2020

 ApplicantsPassedFailed
Total1.261 470 (52,8%)420 (47,2%)

KOMPAKT

In the President’s Office report for the German Sport University Cologne “KOMPAKT”, the University sets out important key data for the past academic year and budgetary year, set out in exciting interviews and reports and a figures section. 

The topics range from introducing current research projects about study and teaching developments to construction measures on the campus or staff changes. The figures section, for example, supplies information on budgets, external grants, staff posts and developments in student numbers. It is a summary of the year at the German Sport University Cologne. 

QM REPORT

The German Sport University Cologne stresses the importance of quality management and thus aims to become independent from external accreditation processes. The further development and achievement of quality objectives for study and teaching is therefore in the university’s hands alone. 

The QM REPORT is a comprehensive report on the quality of study and teaching development at the German Sport University Cologne. It offers a summary of the instruments and procedures of quality assurance as well as an evaluation of quality in study and teaching.