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Among its more famous alumni are Shani and Dandelion. The former went on to become the dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Herbology, while the latter studied the seven liberal arts, graduating summa cum laude honors. He went on to lecture at the institution many years after his departure as a student. The witcher Geralt also attended some lectures at the university, such as astronomy.
One of it achievements was the renovated elven aqueduct, which served as an experimental sewage treatment plant, of dubious reputation.
- Faculty of Trouvereship and Poetry
- Faculty of Alchemy
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine and Herbology
- Department of Natural History
- Department of Philosophy
- Faculty of Technology
- Faculty of Most Contemporary History (not really a department)
- Faculty of Comparative Spying and Applied Sabotage (not really a department)
- Faculty of Theology
Noted staff Edit
- Nicodemus de Boot
- Dandelion (lectured at the university for one year)
- Edmund Bumbler
- Jean La Voisier
- Prof. Lindenbrog
- Linus Pitt
- Leon Oppenhauser
- Vysogota of Corvo
- Algernon Guincamp
During the course of the Third Northern War the University was closed, and most of its faculty and students conscripted into the ranks of the Redanian Army. Those students and professors involved with the Faculty of Medicine and Herbology were instead 'invited' by King Radovid V to join the medics accompanying the army. Building is protected by witch hunters and soldiers.
- Faculty of Applied Archeology
- Faculty of Contemporary History
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Associated quests Edit
- Whatsoever a Man Soweth… (optionally)
It would appear that the inspiration for the Academy of Oxenfurt may be derived from the United Kingdom's oldest (medieval) universities: Oxford (c. 1096) and Cambridge (c. 1209), with both universities are often referred together and abbreviated as "Oxbridge". Additionally, the coat of arms bear striking similarities to those of the University of Cambridge.