StudyFields of Study
The degree programmes at Heidelberg University embrace the broad spectrum of subjects offered by a comprehensive university, with over 160 fields of study. The full spectrum of disciplines encompasses the humanities, law and the social sciences alongside the natural and life sciences, including medicine.
Concerning the education of young researchers, this unique range of the university creates an optimal setting for individualised and interdisciplinary studies. Students can acquire various degrees in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
The doctorate requires a completed university degree. It is an academic examination for obtaining a doctor's degree.
The interdisciplinary competences enable students to acquire or complete personal and job-related competences.
Heidelberg University would like to enable students to study at their own pace. As a framework for this, we offer you the opportunity to study part-time.
Parallel study is the simultaneous study of two degree programmes. If you would like to take up a parallel degree programme, you will find the most important information and applications here.
"Schülerstudium" is an additional educational opportunity for particularly gifted or interested pupils who, in addition to attending school, want to gain their first experience at a university.