Your Studies

Study Programs


In addition, the department is a contributing partner to


Prospective Students

If you are interested in what we do, please take a look at the information about our degree programs available at this site. If you want to see us at the Department, please contact us in advance so we can refer you to someone to talk to.

Take the online "quiz" to check your assumptions and knowledge about studying English (one of the "Erwartungschecks" in the "Study-Finder").

We offer a Juniorstudium and a Starterstudium. Consult Heike Mißler, one of our undergraduate advisors, for more information. General questions can also be directed to juniorstudium(at) (Juniorstudium) and/or studienberatung(at) (Starterstudium).

Many of our courses are open to ERASMUS students as well, and a good place to find answers to your questions is in our dept.'s ERASMUS pages. Please contact Heike Mißler if you have further questions.


Bachelor's Degree: English: Linguistics, Literatures, and Cultures (dual-subject degree program)

Lehrämter: Englisch (LS1+2, LS1, LAB)

Links and Documents
Reading List (Leseliste) information

Wirtschaftspädagogik: Englisch

Documents and Contact Person

Wirtschaftspädagogik students should turn to the Lehramt für berufliche Schulen (LAB) as specified in the Fachspezifischer Anhang zur Studien- und Prüfungsordnung Lehramt and the general documents for Wirtschaftspädagogik.

The student advisor for Wirtschaftspädagogik students is Dr. Arlette Warken.

General Information

Study/Time Abroad

The department maintains and regularly updates a page full of information pertaining to your time abroad. Visit it often and look for some of the answers to your questions there first. Dr. Mißler will of course be happy to help you if you have further questions.

Plagiarism Policy

Please consult this document for information on the department's policy in cases of plagiarism and cheating/fraud/deception, whether on term papers, course assignments, or exams.

Department Writing Center

The department now has a Writing Center. Appointments can be made and more information can be found at the Writing Center website.

Communicating with your instructors and other staff

Email etiquette

Please consult this guide to learn more about what staff in the English Department expect when it comes to email and correspondence with your instructors in general.

Teaching and learning platforms, course catalog

LSF, Moodle, Microsoft Teams

Course directory: All departmental courses are listed in the course directory (LSF) maintained by the university.

Most of the Department of English staff host their courses on the learning management system Moodle, the digital teaching and learning platform used round the world. All registered students simply use their UdS login and password to access the system. Surf to the moodle here. Many instructors use Microsoft Teams to host various aspects of their courses as well. In general, you will hear from your instructors at the begin of the semester whether they are running their courses via moodle, MS Teams, or a mixture of both.


Akkreditierter Studiengang: UdS-Qualitätspass