The universities disregarded corporal punishment against students who committed wrongdoings. These colleges disregarded physical torture because they thought that it was unfair; this is similar to modern day universities that also ban corporal punishments on students. These colleges just like the medieval ones formulate other punishment methods such as community service.
Medieval institutions conferred baccalaureate upon students who finished their courses successfully. This is similar to the degree that is awarded by contemporary institutions. Once students received the baccalaureate, they would then study for their doctorates if they wished to continue with their studies. The doctorate is the same as the Masters Degree program that is offered to graduates who complete their first degree successfully.
Medieval universities are also similar in modern day colleges in that they taught the same subjects as those of the contemporary institutions. The modern universities teach the medieval subjects, but they have been developed and integrated in new topics. For example, grammar and rhetoric are taught under the English subject; while geometry, logic, and arithmetic are taught in mathematics and numerous other courses such as business and engineering.
The war of 1525 that was known as the German Revolt involved peasants who were fighting for their religious rights and freedoms. The peasants started this war with the aim of opposing religious oppressions from the Roman Catholic clergymen who undertreated