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Flensburg, Strasbourg and Málaga: Studying Europe in a European way

The trinational Bachelor Plus program "Transcultural European Studies: Languages, Cultures, Interactions (TES)" starts at the Europa-Universität Flensburg

 One cultural area, three countries, one study program, three languages, one certificate, three degrees: In the fall semester of 2023/24, the trinational four-year Bachelor's program "Transcultural European Studies: Languages, Cultures, Interactions (TES)" will start at Europa-Universität Flensburg. At its center: Europe as a diverse and heterogeneous cultural space. Europe has grown historically and is constantly being redefined culturally. "From Asterix to Don Quixote, from rap to chanson, from film festivals to Fridays for Future, from graphic novels to contemporary theater, we analyze, among other things, the formatting of Europe on the basis of pop and high cultural artifacts ", explains the German program director Prof. Dr. Margot Brink. "The focus is on questions like these: How did Europe come into being? What holds it together? What makes it tick?"

Contents, Course of studies, Career prospects

In this regard, the four-year Bachelor Plus is an entirely European course of study:

Its topic: the linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe, and the construction of Europe in and through culture. This topic is examined from the perspectives and with the methods of linguistics, cultural studies, literature and media studies.

Its course of study: mobile and multilingual. The teaching languages are German, French, Spanish (and English), foreign language courses included. The course content is offered at three European universities: All students spend at least one year at the European University of Flensburg (EUF) in Germany, the Université de Strasbourg (UNISTRA) in France, and the Universidad de Málaga (UMA) in Spain. Financial mobility grants are available for the study period abroad. The program is part of the Franco-German University (DFH; Université franco-allemande, UFA), an association of more than 200 German and French universities.

Its certificate: trinational. The degree is jointly awarded by three European countries and the Franco-German university.

Work prospects: International. Career prospects are offered by European and international (cultural and educational) organizations (e.g. Arte, DAAD, Deutsch-Französisches Jugendwerk, Goethe-Institut, Instituto Cervantes) and foundations, as well as cultural mediating activities in the fields of theater, media, literature, journalism, etc. Further master's studies are also possible.

Contact and Application

Starting in the fall semester 2023/2024 at the European University Flensburg: "B. A. Transcultural European Studies: Languages, Cultures, Interactions (TES)".

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