African Studies is an interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary integral study, which consists of disciplinary and interdisciplinary or thematic modules and combines humanities with health and the environment. Several subjects contribute to the individual modules: history, ethnology, sociology, political science, theology, religious sciences, environmental sciences and epidemiology. On a regular basis, the literature and language sciences, gender studies and other disciplines contribute to the course of studies. African Studies is therefore distinguished by a decidedly interdisciplinary identity, which compares the different disciplinary approaches and a great diversity of methods. In addition, transdisciplinarity is specifically promoted by integrating non-university knowledge into the course of studies and sensitizing students to applied research.
Applicants need a bachelor’s degree with major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is April 4.