The selection committee has completed its work on the applications for the winter term 2020/21. All accepted students should have received a notification through the application system. Please send any visa-related requests to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. This also applies to requests for a so-called “Präsenznachweis” (i.e. that selected courses require you to be on campus in case you need this for yor visa application).
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the program soon. Details on how we will deal with the special circumstances in times of the pandemic will follow soon.
The FAQs for the AWE modules have been updated. In particular, I have added a section on what to include in the project report for AWE 2.
with the help of your fellow student Marina we have compiled a student compact survival page that shows you on one page all the modules, credit points, courses and types of assessment you need to complete for the MA. It can be downloaded from –> here <–
We hope you will find this useful. Thanks, Marina!
We are happy to inform all students, especially those with an interest in theatre, that the Bremen Shakespeare Company, English theatre branch, offers work-study opportunities for you to collect credit pointes for the AWE modules. An information sheet with details can be downloaded –>here<–.
The faculty is happy to announce that it will offer a new format to help new MA students find their feet in the program at our university: the Master Students Support Days.
These will take place on Wednesday, December 4th and Friday, December 13th, 2019. The full program can be found below.
After the event all students and faculty are invited to stay on for socializing with snacks and drinks.
MA Program English-Speaking Cultures: Language, Text, Media
—Obligatory for all 1st year students; all 2nd year students are invited—
Please find the most recent version of the program in .pdf format here:
Master Support Days_Web