In the bachelor's degree programme in Dutch Studies (2-subject Bachelor of Humanities), the subject Dutch Studies is studied in combination with one of the following subjects: Applied Philosophy, Anglophone Studies, Christian Studies, French Language and Culture, German Studies: Language, Literature, Culture and Communication, History, Spanish Language and Culture, Art Studies or Musicology. The subject Dutch Studies is offered as a full- and part-time programme (study over 6 or 10 semesters).

In the subject Dutch Studies, you deal with the culture, literature and language of the Dutch-speaking world. In addition to a thorough subject-specific education in the areas of literature and cultural studies, linguistics, regional studies and language practice, the bachelor's degree programme in Dutch Studies teaches linguistic-philological key qualifications, e.g. analysis, interpretation and presentation techniques as well as problem-solving strategies.

You can download important documents on studying here. The Academic Counselling Centre and the German Studies webpages can provide further information. For further information on this degree programme, you can also contact the staff of the Department of Dutch Studies directly.