With the start of the 2004/2005 winter semester, the Department of History and Cultural Studies also introduced new academic programmes qualifying for a Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) degree.
From the summary of all bachelor’s degree courses currently offered at Freie Universität Berlin, you can see which subjects can be studied as mono-bachelor or combined bachelor’s course and whether admission to a higher subject semester is possible.
In order to make start of your studies as easy as possible, particularly for newly enrolled students, these pages shall – as far as possible – provide all the information that is relevant for you.
These two videos will provide you with an introductory overview of the structure of the bachelor’s degree at the Department of History and Cultural Studies.
Students can gain an overview of the opportunities of Campus Management (registration of courses and modules in the bachelor’s degree) on this website.
In most institutes, there are also individual student advisors for bachelor’s degree students. These are available to advise and help particularly at the start of your studies.
It is recommended that students who wish to take their oral examinations after the bachelor’s thesis submit their topics in a timely manner in order that these can be confirmed on time for the master’s degree application.