German Language and Literature (Two Subject Bachelor) (B.A.)

Study content:

In the Bachelor's degree programme in German Studies, students are introduced to the subject-specific fundamentals of the three sub-fields of Modern German Literary Studies, German Linguistics and German Language and Literature of the Middle Ages over six semesters. An individual focus is possible as well as the combination of the Bachelor's programme with a teacher training programme. The University of Augsburg offers you the opportunity to study German Studies as a major subject, as a minor subject or as an elective area of your Bachelor's degree. International experience can be gained within the framework of a one or two-semester study abroad programme.

 

Career prospects:

  • publishing
  • journalism
  • public relations
  • education
  • science and research
About the degree programme
Degree programme: German Language and Literature (Two Subject Bachelor)
Official Designation: Germanistik (Mehrfach-Bachelorstudiengang)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Study mode: Full-time
Language of instruction: German
Start of studies: winter semester, summer semester
Standard study duration: 6 semesters
Admission type: Open admission (with an aptitude assessment process for specific subjects)
Minimum German language skills: C 1
Please note: The enrolment deadline will be published on our website: https://www.uni-aug… Introductory events take place closely before the start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug… Start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug…

Contact the study advisory service

Akademischer Oberrat (LfbA)
Deutsche Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters
Akademischer Oberrat
Deutsche Sprachwissenschaft
Prof. Dr. Klaus Wolf
Professor
Deutsche Literatur und Sprache in Bayern
Akademischer Direktor
Neuere Deutsche Literaturwissenschaft

Contact the examinations office

Kremena Stanev
Bachelor Degree Programmes of the Faculty of Philology and History
Unit I/7: Examinations Office C
Katarina Sertic
Bachelor Degree Programmes of the Faculty of Philology and History
Unit I/7: Examinations Office C

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