Intercultural German Studies, Master of Arts (M.A.)
Languages and cultures in all their diversity are every bit as important for the present as they are for global history. This is where Intercultural German studies comes in with current research questions and investigates the central role of languages, communication and texts in everyday life, in professional and literary-artistic use for human coexistence and its shaping.
In the master's programme Intercultural German Studies, this subject is taught in a research-oriented and at the same time practice-oriented way. In particular, students become familiar with intercultural perspectives of communication styles including their rational and emotional facets in dialogue and conflict, with the German language, literature and culture, including its multilingual and historical dimensions. The expertise that students will need in order to qualify for fields of activity in institutions, companies, administration or foreign policy related to language, communication, education, culture, art or to pursue an academic career in international German and other language areas is trained academically.
This degree programme is taught in German.
Good knowledge of German is an essential prerequisite to successfully completing the degree programme. Proof of German language proficiency at DSH-2 level or equivalent is required for admission. For detailed information, please see the German version of the study programme site.