Junge Uni Bonn - Youth University of Bonn
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Junge Uni (Youth University)—Activities for Children and Teenagers

Would you like to know what researchers and students at the University of Bonn are currently working on? Fancy taking a look inside one of the University’s many institutes or hearing a lecture in a real lecture hall? Then the Youth University is just the right thing for you! Browse our website and learn more about our program, which ranges from the Children’s University and Science Scavenger Hunts to activities at our museums and assistance with study preparation. You will also find contact details for each department as well as all the important University terminology - compiled in a special Youth University glossary just for you. Feel free to take a look around!

Please note: We have translated our Junge Uni (Youth University) landing page for you to give you an impression of what we offer. However, please be aware that all our activities are held in German unless otherwise noted.

Logo "Junge Uni Bonn" / "Youth University of Bonn"
© Junge Uni Bonn

Activities for all age groups

Junge Uni-Aktivitäten (Youth University activities)

Für Schulen, mit Schulen (For schools, with schools)

Forging close links between school and university is important to us. This is why the University offers a wide range of activities and advice for schools and teachers. Here you can find, among other things, details of who to contact in the various departments, help with planning a visit to the University of Bonn with your class or course group, and information on the advice offered by the Central Study Advisory and Counseling Service.

Schoolkids looking at a photograph of distant galaxies
© Fynn Schubert
Representatives of the Tannenbusch-Gymnasium and the Junge Uni Bonn
© Volker Lannert/Uni Bonn
Schoolkids happily showing off their Junge Uni-bags
© Volker Lannert/Uni Bonn

Junge Uni-Botschafter*innen an Schulen (Youth University ambassadors in schools)

We’d like to thank our trainee teachers, who serve as excellent ambassadors for the University of Bonn during their practical semesters. They provide an important link between school and university and give students an insight into what we offer.

Student teacher with Junge Uni-ambassador bag
© Nicole Klän/Uni Bonn

Latest news and tips

Find the latest Junge Uni-news as well as event tips for children and teenagers on our German Junge Uni-Page!

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Want to keep up-to-date about Junge Uni (Youth University) activities? Then add your e-mail and/or postal address to our mailing list. Of course, you can specify which age groups and activities you would like us to inform you about.

For departments, with departments

Are you a scientist at the University of Bonn? Are you planning your own activity for children or teenagers? Or would you or your department like to participate in an existing Junge Uni format? Find more information, tips and support here.

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Dr. Andrea Grugel

Identifikation und Veranstaltungen

Dechenstraße 3-11

53115 Bonn

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Are you interested in ancient Greek or Roman art or Egyptian artifacts? You find dinosaurs and rocks exciting or want to learn more about the history of the University of Bonn? Then our university's museums and collections are just right for you!


Want to know more about the University of Bonn? Located in the central building, right at the heart of our city campus, the Infopoint is the one-stop place for everyone looking for information on our university. Here, you can find extensive information material concerning studying and further offers. Furthermore, Uni Bonn merchandise is available at the Infopoint's campus store .

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