Study courses and degrees
In which world are you at home?
The best way to get an overview of the more than 200 study options at the University of Rostock is to structure them according to fields of study.
More languages or more natural sciences - what's your world?
Undergraduate and advanced degrees
There are so-called undergraduate degree programmes, which can be started directly after the high school graduation and lead to a first degree qualifying for a profession. Bachelor degree programmes, state examination programmes (teaching and medicine) and Master's degree programmes (theology) belong to the basic degree programmes.
The so-called advanced degree programmes can only be started by those who already have a first degree (usually a Bachelor's degree). The advanced degree programmes are the Master degree programmes.
Special study offers
Courses of study in English
Dual study courses
For the winter semester 2020/21, the University of Rostock is offering the dual study program in midwifery.
In the case of dual courses of study, applicants are selected based on the professional training required for the course. Therefore, no application for a place at the University of Rostock is made.
For more information, see: https://www.med.uni-rostock.de/hebammenwissenschaft
International cooperation programs
There are courses that are offered in cooperation with a foreign university and in which you study a phase at this university. After successfully completing their studies, students receive a degree from both universities (double degree):
It is possible to do a doctorate at any faculty of the University of Rostock.
Students who would like to enroll as a doctoral student can find out more about how to do a doctorate on the following pages: Wege zur Promotion
Various institutions at the University of Rostock have a variety of offers for doctoral students, such as the Graduate Academy:
University medicine offers the following structured doctoral degree: