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Prospective Students

Come and see what sets Bayreuth apart from the rest! At the bottom of this page, you'll find an overview of the programmes our faculty offers.

However, the best way to learn more about what we have to offer is to visit Bayreuth’s campus.

While the University is in session (mid-April to the end of July and mid-October to the beginning of February), you can get a taste of the programme you are considering by attending a course. If you have questions specific to your degree programme, please contact the programme advisor, programme coordinator, or programme moderator listed in the Programme Finder (see below).

The best place for a basic overview of study opportunities in Bayreuth is the Student Advising Office. General information on Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Teacher Education programmes is available on the University of Bayreuth’s central homepage. If you are asking yourself “How does studying work?” and want to learn more about how studying is different from school or apprenticeships, you can contact EduCare (support and guidance) by phone or email, or schedule an appointment to discuss your questions.

For prospective international students, the International Office of the University of Bayreuth offers a diverse range of support and guidance. You’ll also find important information on our Faculty’s websites.

Information Sessions

Each February, the University of Bayreuth hosts an Information Day highlighting its Bachelor’s programmes. This event provides compact information sessions on the programmes that interest you and even gives you the opportunity to sit in on lectures in certain subjects.

On the University of Bayreuth’s main homepage, you’ll find other events for pupils from local schools.

Programme finder

African Verbal and Visual Arts (Englisch)
English and American Studies
German Studies

Intercultural German Studies
Interkulturelle Studien/ Intercultural Studies
Culture & Society

Media Studies
Music Theatre Studies
Theatre & Media

African Verbal and Visual Arts (English)
Computer Game Studies
Études Francophones (French)

Intercultural Anglophone Studies (English)
Intercultural German Studies
Literature and Culture
Literature and Media

Media Culture and Media Economy
Music and Performance
Language - Interaction - Culture

Overview of all possible combinations
Teaching Programme in German
Teaching Programme in English

Didactics of German as a Second Language – supplementary course
Theatre Didactics – supplementary course

Didactics of German as a Second Language
Theatre Didactics
A Career-oriented programme in Literary Studies


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