CORONAVIRUS: FAQ student affairs and teaching
Studying in Heidelberg
The University believes the training of its students and young researchers from the Bachelor phase onward is equally as important as its academic and social responsibilities. On the basis of the accredited quality management system heiQUALITY, the Ruperto Carola's working continuously on the development of its study programmes. By applying new concepts for research-based teaching, it fosters early integration into research issues and processes. Depending on the subject area, students can move directly into related MSc or PhD programmes, as the graduate schools already support.
The master's programme is an advanced course of study that typically follows completion of the Bachelor's degree, although students who complete other basic degree programmes may be eligible. The typical master's programme is four semesters.
Heidelberg is considered one of Germany's most beautiful cities and boasts an exceptional quality of life and living. The city and its environs offer a wealth of recreational activities, including culture, sport and leisure.
Career, Job and Prospects
Heidelberg University helps its graduates launch their careers through a variety of services that ensure a successful transition into the workforce. The Graduate Academy programmes and continuing education activities support young researchers in the pursuit of a doctorate and an academic career.
CORONAVIRUS: FAQ ABOUT STUDENT AFFAIRS AND TEACHING
Frequently asked questions about studying, especially regarding the circumstances caused by the coronavirus, can be found here.
Application & Enrollment
- Starting an Undergraduate Degree Programme in an Advanced Academic Semester
- Starting the Frst Academic Semester of your Degree Programme
- Starting your Degree Course in the First Academic Semester (Master´s Degree Programme)
- Starting in an Advanced Academic Semester (Master´s Degree Programme)
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