General Studies

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At many universities, so-called general studies are integrated into the bachelor's degree program , which are completed in addition to the subjects. In this area, students should be given the opportunity to acquire further (not only) professional key qualifications in addition to their specialist training, as well as to take advantage of event offers from a wide variety of specialist areas beyond their studied subjects.


Many universities offer courses from e.g. B. the following areas to choose from:

  • Foreign languages ​​(e.g. language and culture, specialist languages)
  • Information technology / EDP (e.g. professional word processing, presentation programs, databases, introduction to Internet technologies)
  • Presentation, communication and argumentation (e.g. rhetoric, self-organization, media speech )
  • Events from related subjects
  • Internship.

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