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Academics

The School of Humanities comprises the following six departments: English and American Studies, German Studies, History, Media and Communication Studies, Philosophy, and Romance Studies. Each of the six departments offers all degree programs: bachelor's, master's, and teacher education programs as well as doctorates.

    And on top of that:

    • Top ranking placements in research and teaching as well as small classes and intensive supervision
    • Internationality, interdisciplinarity, and multiperspectivity
    • A solid academic education with a strong focus on practice and professional development

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
    Bachelor’s program in Culture and Economy

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    Master of Arts (M.A.)
    Master’s program in Culture and Economy

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    Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) and
    Master of Education (M.Ed.): Teacher Education

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    Individual doctoral studies
    Structured doctoral programs

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    Prospective Students

    Studying in Mannheim? Here, you will find all information about the application and admission to our bachelor's and master's programs. 

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    First-Year Students

    Application, admission, enrollment - all done?! These are the next steps for all first-year students - of both the bachelor’s and the master’s programs.


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    Summer School

    Our Summer School takes place during the semester break: three weeks, five teachers from all over the world, and a new topic each year.

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    Exchange Students

    Welcome to the University of Mannheim! For more information on our programs of study and the application process, please refer to the section Coming to Mannheim from Abroad. There, you will find answers to many important questions. 
     


    Important contacts for students

    Student Services
    Registering for and withdrawing from exams as well as changing registrations.

    Central Examination Committee​​​​​​​
    Applications and documents required to receive federal student aid (BAföG) 

    University Library​​​​​​​
    Books, books, and books... And more.

    Studierendenwerk
    Food and drink, housing, BAföG, studying with children…

    Absolventum
    Networking, mentoring, events…
     


    Advising and contact