German - Bachelors

City Student Scholarships Category Duration Admission Requirements Education Institution
Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Roskilde SU berettiget Bachelors 3 year Gymnasiel University of Southern Denmark
Aalborg University
Aarhus university
Roskilde University (RUC)
University of Copenhagen
City Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Roskilde
Student Scholarships SU berettiget
Category Bachelors
Duration 3 year
Admission Requirements Gymnasiel
Education Institution University of Southern Denmark
Aalborg University
Aarhus university
Roskilde University (RUC)
University of Copenhagen

In Denmark, we have always had a very ambivalent relationship with Germany and learning German. We are so often been invaded by the Germans that only Schleswigers likes to shine with their German language skills. (And West Jutland, since they live on tourism)

But despite this ambivalent relationship we must not forget that Germany is the largest trading country. This means that there is great potential in being able German and work in the trade area in relation to Germany.

Many of us have already had German in primary and secondary school, but here at the university, your language skills will be put to the test, as you need to improve and perfect your pronunciation and grammar setup phrases.

See below a video on how it is to study German:

With this study you will acquire skills in the German language, so you can speak and write German perfectly - even in a professional or business context. You also learn to communicate at a high level - here the communication understood in a broad sense than just verbally. It is the ability to convey a message to different stakeholders in different situations such as may be the education of students in high school or it may be marketing communication to a specific customer / consumer group for a company's products. The training is modular and the specific teaching encourages extensively to project-oriented work.

You will also learn about Germany as a cultural nation and as a significant power in the European history. During the study, you can take advantage of the opportunity to study at a German university or work for a German company.

Studying German is indulging in a studio filled with history and culture from the first Germanic migrations of the Frankish kingdom ruled by Charles the Great (Charlemagne) to the Holy Roman Empire of the Weimar Republic and the subsequent Nazi Germany to the Federal Republic as German state form is defined as the current date.

You get the opportunity to study German history at close quarters, as well as the political developments which Germany has undergone, especially the last 100 years, is of particular interest. The study German also deals with German literature authored by great personalities like Günther Grass, Bertholt Brecht, Goethe, Jürgen Habermas and many more.

In fact, so is German study incredibly wide-ranging and there are also good opportunities to study economic aspects like. market of Germany, as the largest export partner and the bilateral relations by Denmark to Germany.

If you choose to read German, so also you choose an education where you can greatly tailor your professional profile for what you want to work with after graduation - eg. as a teacher or employee of a private business.

Job Opportunities

With a bachelor's degree in German, you have basically an opportunity to become a teacher or translator / interpreter. Some Danish export / import companies hire students with good knowledge of German to undertake market conditions and connections to our great German neighbor to the south. You can also seek employment as an employee, for example, a consulting firm or advertising agency, which has operations in Germany.

Special admission requirements

English B, History B or History of Ideas B or Contemporary History B, German at B or beginner language A

Application deadlines

Quota 2 - March 15, 2008 at. 12:00 Quota 1 - July 5, 2008 at. 12:00