What can I study at University of Rostock?
The University of Rostock (UR) is a comprehensive university (Volluniversität), which means that you can take courses from all the faculties at the UR. There is an extensive range of courses available. Courses are divided into the following fields of study:
- Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- Engineering/Computer Science
- Mathematics/Natural Sciences
- Medicine/Life Sciences
- Economics/Social Sciences/Law
- Teacher Training
Courses are divided into undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
» Undergraduate courses
Undergraduate courses lead to an initial professional qualification and can be started straight after the general university entrance certificate (Abitur) that is taken at school. The degrees awarded depend on the academic field in which they are taken:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Education
- State Examination (Medicine)
- State Examination (Teaching)
- Magister theoligiae
An alphabetical list of all undergraduate degree programmes with information about the standard period of study, the degree, admission requirements and the type of degree can be found here.
» Postgraduate courses
Postgraduate courses can only be started once you have an undergraduate degree. The following degrees are available:
- Master of Arts
- Master of Science
- Master of Laws
- Master of Education
An alphabetical list of all postgraduate degree programmes with information about the standard period of study, the degree, admission requirements and the type of degree can be found here.
» International courses
International courses are conducted in English. These include:
» Double Degree Programme
There is also the option of taking a number of courses where the first part is completed in Rostock and the second part at a partner university. After successful completion of the course, you receive a degree from the University of Rostock as well as from the partner university. Our Double Degree Programmes include: