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Master's Programs

The School of Humanities at the University of Mannheim offers numerous master's programs - with two different focuses: The master's program in Culture and Economy has a strong focus on practice and professional development, while the classic Master of Arts puts a special focus on research and science. Both variants stand out due to their marked interdisciplinarity: Our students do not only take courses in their subject, but also explore related areas - according to their degree program. 

The main prerequisite is a bachelor's degree that matches the desired subject. In some cases it is also possible to provide proof of the admission requirements at a later point in time, when candidates do not yet meet the requirements upon enrollment. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to know more about your options.

 


Master’s program in Culture and Economy

One major + Business Administration or Economics.

Master’s program in History

From ancient times to the present day. Including a project module.

Master’s program in Intercultural German Studies

German Studies from both the German and the Canadian perspective. Including a year abroad.

Master’s program in Literature, Media and Culture in the Modern Era

Modernist literature from the perspectives of English and American Studies, German Studies, and Romance Studies.

Master’s program in Media and Communication Studies: Digital Communication

Media-related and social phenomena of the digitalized world.

Master’s program in Language and Communication

Linguistics with a strong focus on research and projects.


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Application, Selection, and Admission

Click here to open the online application portal. All programs start in the fall semester. The master’s program in Culture and Economy also starts in the spring semester.

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Language Skills

For some master's programs we require special language skills. The overview shows which language certificates we accept.

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Master of Education: Teacher Education

Looking for the master’s program in Teacher Education? We have a separate page for all information on the master’s program in Teacher Education.


Advising and contact

Sebastian Hempen, M.A.

Sebastian Hempen, M.A.

Master's Program Manager
University of Mannheim
School of Humanities
Kaiserring 14–16 – Room 611
68161 Mannheim
Consultation hour(s):
Tue and Wed 10 a.m.–noon (drop–in office hours; lecture period), Attention: no office hours on 13 November.