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August 31, 2022

German Philology

The programme offers the students solid written and spoken communication skills for workplace success in German (C1–C2), fundamentals in German linguistics, literature, and culture of the German-speaking countries.

The curriculum includes a diverse range of course units designed to help students to develop their:

  • Language skills;
  • advanced writing;
  • speaking and research skills;
  • analytical and critical thinking;
  • problem-solving and rhetorical skills;
  • gaining knowledge of culture and history, which will allow them to understand the complex modern world today.

Why this programme?

  • A wide range of courses in German linguistics, German, Austrian and Swiss literature, and culture at the biggest centre of German studies in the Baltic.
  • A flexible and student-oriented curriculum: choosing up to 50 per cent of the courses according to your interests.
  • An opportunity to choose from various options of internship and work placement.

What’s after?

  • Successful careers in local and global labour markets.
  • Employment in the fields of teaching, translation, tourism, logistics, public relations, research, content creating, marketing, working for foreign embassies, government, and European Union institutions etc.
  • Further studies for a Master’s degree in Arts, Humanities or Social sciences.