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Literature & Media, Master of Arts (M.A.)

Our society and its culture are strongly influenced by the media. They influence our perception, our language, and literature. In the age of technical media, texts have evolved into digital media. As the boundaries between literature and media studies become increasingly blurred, the call for interdisciplinary skills grows all the louder. The interdisciplinary degree programme "Literature & Media" teaches you exactly these skills. They deal with both subject areas in detail and their reciprocity. You will also examine the relationship of literature to other media. All the while, the manifold forms of intermedial exchange are an essential part of your studies.

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The 'Literature and Media' degree programme offers many opportunities to organise your studies individually and to choose courses from a wide range of disciplines. Due to the small size of the programme, the relationship with the lecturers is more personal and you do not feel like one among many.

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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 C1 level or equivalent is required for admission. For detailed information, please see the German version of the study programme site.

Any more questions? Please contact the coordinator of the degree programme.

Prof. Martin Huber, Vizepräsident für Lehre und Studierende

Prof. Dr. Martin Huber Chair of Modern German Literature

Phone: +49 (0)921 / 55-3611
E-Mail: martin.huber@uni-bayreuth.de
Fax: +49 (0)921 / 55-3012

Have we aroused your interest? You can find all information about the Master's programme Literature & Media at the University of Bayreuth on our website.

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