Studying in the faculty of Modern Languages
The following pages offer information for students of modern languages and literatures.
- Courses for future teachers
- Bachelor's courses
- Masters courses
- Deadlines for students on Magister courses
- Frankfurt Summer School
- Support and counselling
- Grants, benefits and prizes
- Help with academic writing at the Schreibzentrum
- Further education / Careers Service
- Regulations for degree courses
- Examination boards
- Independent student tutorials
From the winter semester 2010/11, all courses in the faculty lead to a Bachelor's/ Master's degree. Students who are still enrolled on a Magister course must take their final exams before 31 March 2018. Please note that after this date no Magister degrees will be conferred. You should register for your exam well in advance.
- Study abroad/ERASMUS
- BAFöG (student grants)
- Support offered by the Students Union (AStA)
- Support for students from abroad (International Office)
- Study-related support and counselling offered by departments
- Psychological counselling
- Ombudsman (mediator) for students
If you have problems with your studies or wish to suggest improvements, or if you feel that there is something you cannot discuss with your mentor in your subject area, you can consult the Dean’s office. Dr. Kirsten Wechsel and Dr. Martin Schuhmann are available for talks in strict confidence, as is the Ombudsman (mediator) for students, Professor Dr. Bereiter-Hahn.
The following links offer information about grants, benefits, and prizes for students.
- Study-abroad grant and prizes for excellent exam theses, awarded by the Calliopean Society
- Financial support for student teaching projects
For help with academic writing or for support at the university-workplace interface, go to the following links:
- Kompass³ (certification programme for international students)
- Writing centre
- Career Coach
- Career Service