Mandatory mobility periods abroad for Bachelor's degree programmes

Unless otherwise stated, a mobility period abroad can usually be spent either studying at a university abroad or on a work placement, traineeship or internship at a company or organization in another country.
The following information is also available in the relevant study and examination regulations.

 

English: Linguistics, Literatures, and Cultures

  • Six months if main subject
  • Three months if subsidiary subject
  • For more detailed information, please refer to the departmental web pages

European Studies: Geographies of Europe

  • An Erasmus study abroad semester at a European university or
  • a European research project conducted abroad

European Studies: Modern History

  • An Erasmus study abroad semester at a European university

European Studies: Comparative Literary Studies

  • An Erasmus study abroad semester at a European university

European Literatures and Media in a Global Context

  • A six-week stay abroad or work placement/internship if you have one of the following as your mandatory elective subject: Anglophone Literary and Cultural Studies, French Literature and Culture, Italian Literature and Culture, Spanish Literature and Culture

Franco-German Studies

  • Two semesters at the Université de Lorraine
  • Plus a two-month work placement/internship in the partner country

French Cultural Studies and Intercultural Communication

  • Five months if main subject
  • If subsidiary subject, no mobility period abroad is required
  • For more detailed information, please refer to the departmental web pages

Romance Languages and Literatures (French/Italian/Spanish/Spanish as subsidiary subject focusing on Latin America)

  • A six-week work placement/internship in a country in which the target language is an official language; applies to both the (extended) main subject and the chosen subsidiary subject
  • For more detailed information, please refer to the departmental web pages

Romance Languages and Literatures – Spanish as extended main subject in the double-degree programme with the Universidad de Sevilla

  • Two semesters, as third year is spent at the partner university; can only be combined with the subsidiary subjects German Language and Literature or Romance Languages and Literatures (Italian)

German Language and Literature as extended main subject in the double-degree programme with the Universidad de Sevilla

  • Two semesters as third year is spent at the partner university; can only be combined with the subsidiary subject Spanish

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