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.
- 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.