Romance Languages and Literature (French/Italian/Spanish) (M.A.)

Romanistik im französischsprachigen Grenzgebiet zu studieren, ist an sich schon eine Besonderheit. Wenn der Fachbereich "Romanistik" dann auch noch zu den besten in ganz Deutschland gehört, kann man sicher sein, den richtigen Ort für ein erfolgreiches Masterstudium gefunden zu haben. Die Saarbrücker Romanistik zählt laut Ranking des Centrums für Hochschulentwicklung (CHE) zum Thema "Vielfältige Exzellenz 2011" zu den sechs besten in Deutschland. Sie überzeugt vor allem bei der internationalen Ausrichtung und im Urteil der Studierenden. Tatsächlich profitieren Masterstudenten der Romanistik an der Universität des Saarlandes von einem vielfältigen Austauschprogramm mit Hochschulen weltweit sowie von sehr guten Rahmenbedingungen für die Vor- und Nachbereitung von Auslandsaufenthalten.

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Requirements

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How to apply

Students can begin the M.Sc. programme at the beginning of the summer or winter semester. Applications should normally be received by 15 May for students seeking to begin studying in the winter semester and by 15 November for students looking to start their studies in summer. Applications should be submitted via the online application portal managed by the Department of Computer Science where you'll find further information about application and admission procedures.

Ordnungen
  • Module descriptions
  • Other documents and information

(Regulations available in German only.)

Bewerbung

Students can join the programme in the summer or winter semester. Applications must be received by 31 August for admission in the following winter semester and by the last day of February for admission in the following summer semester.

Foreign applicants who do not yet have a certificate of proficiency in German can apply up until 15 July for winter semester entry, and up until 15 January if they plan to begin their studies in the summer semester.

If you would like to apply, please complete the following steps:

  • Register with the SIM applications portal.
  • After registering, complete the online application form.
  • Upload the required supporting documents as scans (PDF files) from within the online application form and then submit your application.

Please only submit your application online, do not send in paper application materials.

Please note that your application to study a dual-subject Master's degree programme must specify one main (major) subject and one subsidiary (minor) subject.  Die möglichen Fächerkombinationen entnehmen Sie bitte der Kombinationstafel. You will only be able to enrol with the university if you have been accepted for admission into both your main (major) and your subsidiary (minor) programmes.

Applicants whose pre-university education credentials were obtained in a country other than Germany

Applicants who do not have adequate proof of proficiency in German at the application deadline can apply as an external candidate to take the DSH language exam (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang), which is the German language proficiency test for foreign applicants seeking admission to higher education, or they can apply for a place on the preparatory German course at Saarland University (Internationales Studienzentrum Saar).

External candidates who want to take the DSH exam will require an advanced level of German (equivalent to CEF level C1). Applicants whose German competence is at a lower level than C1 can apply to join the preparatory German course.

Please note that different deadlines apply for applicants who do not yet have the required level of proficiency in German (15 January for a summer semester start, 15 July for a winter semester start). Applications for admission to the Master's programme will only be processed if they are submitted before the relevant deadline.

Auf einen Blick

Regelstudienzeit4 Semester
KombinationsmöglichkeitenFächerkombinationen im Masterstudium
UnterrichtssprachenDeutsch, Französisch, Spanisch, Italienisch
ZulassungsbeschränktNein
BewerbungsfristWintersemester: 31. August
Sommersemester: letzter Tag im Februar
Bewerbungsfrist
für Studienbewerber ohne anerkannten Deutschnachweis
Wintersemester: 15. Juli
Sommersemester: 15. Januar

Studiengebühren

Keine

SemesterbeitragAktueller Betrag
Internetseitewww.uni-saarland.de/romanistik

Kontakt

Kontakt - Course adviser for French

Florian Henke
Phone: +49 681 302-3308
f.henke(at)mx.uni-saarland.de

Kontakt - Course adviser for Italian

Tatjana Bisanti
Phone: +49 681 302-4300
t.bisanti(at)mx.uni-saarland.de

Kontakt - Course adviser for Spanish

Jutta Schütz
Phone: +49 681 302-3524
juschu(at)mx.uni-saarland.de

Central Student Advisory Service

Saarbrücken Campus
Building A4 4, Ground floor
Phone: +49 681 302-3513
studienberatung(at)uni-saarland.de
www.uni-saarland.de/studienberatung

Central Student Advisory Service

Saarbrücken Campus
Building A4 4, Ground floor
Phone: +49 681 302-3513
studienberatung(at)uni-saarland.de

Central Student Advisory Service

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