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Slavonic Studies

... looks into questions such as ...

  • How does one learn a language and then learn further languages?
  • How is speech processed by the brain?
  • How have Slavic literatures and cultures developed, and what is happening in Central (Eastern) European countries today?
  • What are the characteristics of Slavic languages and cultures?
  • What happens if children grow up bilingually?
  • Thanks to different seminars and courses I have acquired new favourite authors whom I would probably never have discovered if not for this degree course.

    Marija Terskich, Bachelor's degree read more ...

Degree programmes


Slavonic Studies, Bachelor 2 subject


Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Start: Winter- and summer semester
Duration: 6 semesters
Classroom language: German

2-Subject Bachelor Programme: This degree programme requires a second subject.
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Detailed information for international applicants

What's it all about?

This degree programme is unique, because ...

it takes students on a spiritual journey across unfamiliar Eastern Europe, on which they encounter languages, literature and cultures.

It provides the opportunity to specialise in the following fields
  • Slavic languages (mainly Russian and Polish)
  • Russian and Polish literature and culture
  • Works of art and their functionality (picture, film, song)
  • Multilingualism and language acquisition
  • Vocabulary and structure of Slavic languages
  • Intercultural relationships
  • Society and culture of Slavic countries

Who is suited?

Those who wish to enrol in this degree programme,



  • literature (theoretical and literary)
  • debating
  • getting to know foreign cultures
  • autonomous research

struggle through:

  • reading specialist literature
  • countless rules and even more exceptions in the Slavic languages
Graduates from this degree programme frequently work
  • in academia
  • in cultural institutions and foundations
  • in the media and publishing industry
  • as editors and teachers
  • in the educational and charity sector

And else?

An internship ...

is optional. It is done during the degree course/as part of the optional module.
Duration: 6 weeks

Studying abroad ...

is recommended.
Duration: 6 weeks to 2 semesters

Where do I find help?

Academic advisory office

Dr. Thomas Skowronek
Building, Room: GB 5/139
Phone: +49 (0)234 / 32-25157
Website academic advisory office

Contact students

Fachschaft Slavistik
Building, Room: GB 5/140
Phone: +49 (0)234 / 32-28357
Website Fachschaft