1911 Science  
54,845 students were enrolled. The number of women students has grown from 211 five years ago to 2,418 this winter. There has been an increase in the number of students of medicine, philology and history, pure science, and Protestant theology, and a small gain in the number of students of Catholic theology, while there has been a decrease in the number of law students and in the students of dentistry and pharmacy. By faculties and groups the students were distributed as follows: Protestant
more » ... ogy, 2,535 (as against 2,320 in the winter semester of 1909-10); Catholic theology, 1,760 (1,698) ; law, 10,890 (11,317) ; medicine, 11,240 (10,135) ; dentistry, 1,146 (1,395); philosophy, philology and history, 15,525 (14,593) ; pure science, 7,914 (7,349) ; pharmacy, 954 (1,279); agriculture, 2,546 (2,085) ;forestry, 171 (129) ;veterinary medicine, 141 (107). So far as the individual universities are concerned, those of Prussia show a larger increase than those of Bavaria and Baden, the ten Prussian universities having enrolled 28,675 students as against 27,244 last year, whereas the three Bavarian universities show an increase from 9,042 last winter to 9,342 this winter, and those of Baden from 4,101 students to 4,254 students; the remaining six German universities have increased their clientele from 11,980 to 12,552 students. The three largest universities (Berlin, Miinchen and Leipzig) alone enrolled no less than 39 per cent. of the total German student body, Berlin remaining at the top with an enrollment of 9,686 students, as against 9,242 last winter. This is followed by the University of Miinchen with 6,905 students (6,537 last year). The remaining universities range in the fol-
doi:10.1126/science.33.845.365 pmid:17799874 fatcat:57pr3jfipjcwdjydkthnzmee3e