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Under the following menu items you will find all the information you need to apply for the Bachelor's degree in educational sciences.

The successfully completed B.A. (Educational science) is requirementto become a teachermaster to be able to study.

IMPORTANT: Be sure to note the following menu item "Subject Combinations" if you are following the B.A. want to take a teaching master’s degree, as there are combination restrictions for the various teaching master’s.

Attention: applicants for the B.A. Educational sciences that studyfrom HeSem 2019/2020 record and then aMaster's degree in teaching want to prove, it is pointed out that the current Master of Education for the teaching post in secondary schools and the teaching post in secondary schools with a focus on Sek I will no longer be offered from HeSem 2020/2021.
They will be replaced by the Master of Education for the teaching post at community schools and the teaching post at grammar schools.
The regulations then apply with regard to the subjects offered and possible subject combination requirements can be found on this page under the menu item "Subject Combinations".

The following application periods apply to all subjects:

a) Fall semester

(for the 1. Semester)
Start of application: 15.05.
End of application for high school graduates *: 21.06.
Application deadline for new high school graduates: 31.07.
* High school graduates and
Senior high school graduates = Abitur or other university entrance qualification in the calendar year before the application semester or earlier

(for the 3. and 5. Semester)
Start of application: 15.05.
Application end: 31.07.

b) spring semester

(for the 2. and 4. and 6. Semester)
Start of application: 15.12.
Application end: 31.01.

DANGER: ForFormer high school graduates and -high school graduates, who must submit proof of having passed the aptitude test (sport, music, art) or a language certificate (English, Danish, French or Spanish) with the application, the application deadline is extended to 31.07. 

Entry requirements for the B.A. Educational science is the general higher education entrance qualification (Abitur) or the subject-related university entrance qualification "Nutrition and Housekeeping" or "Health and Social Affairs".


The University entrance qualification entitled Not to start university studies in Schleswig-Holstein. Information about the professional You can obtain qualifications that entitle you to study here.

Attention: For the following subjects are additional Proof of qualification required:

›  Sports (the proficiency test not applicable pandemic for that HeSem 2021/22),

›  art (Proof of passed aptitude test),

›  music (Proof of passed aptitude test),

›  Performing game / theater (Proof of passed aptitude test from HeSem 2022),

›  English (Proof of sufficient language skills),

›  Danish (Proof of sufficient language skills),

›  French (Proof of sufficient language skills) and

›  Spanish (Proof of sufficient language skills)

You can find more information on these eight sub-courses (subjects) under the next menu item "Additional qualifications".

In addition to the university entrance qualification (e.g. Abitur), the subjects Sports, art, music, English, Danish, Spanish and French Evidence and / or certificates with the application documents must be submitted, with which the special aptitude for these subjects is proven. Please be sure to observe the Hints at the end of this page to the Application deadlines.

For the subjects Sports, Art, music and Performing game / theater Subject-specific proficiency tests take place once a year at the European University of Flensburg. For more detailed information on the registration deadlines and the content of the exam, please refer to the institute's website. If you have any questions about this, please contact us exclusively to the persons named on the institute's website. Unfortunately, the admissions office cannot help you with this.
Clicking on the subject below will take you to the relevant information page.

Aptitude tests from other universities

In principle, there is the possibility that professional aptitude tests from other German universities will be recognized. Such recognition must be requested from the respective examination boards for the aptitude test. In some cases, you will find exams that have already been recognized by other universities on the information pages for the professional aptitude test. In these cases recognition does not have to be applied for again, unless a different stipulation of the examination board applies. Please note that a professional aptitude test is not older than 18 months may be - even if the certificates from other universities include a shorter or longer period of validity (exception: changing the subject to a higher subject semester without interrupting your studies).

The professional aptitude tests in art and music are graded. If the technical aptitude test of another university is recognized, in which no grades are awarded, the grade is the Value 4.0 to be used for the selection process. A copy of the professional aptitude test as well as the written acknowledgment of this test by the responsible examination board of the University of Flensburg must be submitted with the application documents.

For the subjects English, Danish, Spanish and French the linguistic qualification must be proven. For this purpose, achievements in the upper level of the gymnasium (the last four semesters) with an average minimum point value may be sufficient.

If you do not achieve this point value, a recognized language certificate must be submitted.
DANGER: An entry from the school on the high school diploma that the achievements of the respective foreign language the Level "XY" corresponds to is not enough.

Below you will find the specific language requirement as well as recognized point values ​​and / or certificates:

IMPORTANT: All the necessary evidence must be submitted to the admissions office by the application deadline. This also applies to the recognition of proficiency tests at other universities. Subsequent submission of this evidence after the application period has expired is NOT possible. (Please note the following information for the autumn semester 2021/22).

CURRENT NOTE for the autumn semester 2021/22:

Since language tests cannot be carried out reliably at the moment due to the corona pandemic, we offer applicants to submit proof of the required foreign language skills by the end of the 1st semester (02/28/2022). However, it must be pointed out at this point that an extension of this period is not possible. If you do not submit the evidence to the admissions office by this date, your studies will end on February 28, 2022.

High school graduateswho apply for the above-mentioned subjects can submit the required application documents by 31.07. Submit, if the necessary Additional evidence until early application deadlineshould not be present or the exam to acquire the required evidence failed has been. The early application deadline (June 21) applies to this group of people then so not.

Extract from the study qualification statute

The partial course in Danish (as part of the B.A. course in Educational Sciences) requires proof of knowledge of Danish at least at level B1 of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages'. (Please note the following information for the autumn semester 2020/21).
Alternatively, the Abitur at a Danish school, the Abitur at a Danish-speaking school in Germany or the Abitur from a German grammar school (or similar) with completion of the subject Danish in the upper level are recognized as proof.

CURRENT NOTE for AUTUMN SEMESTER 2020/21:

Since language tests cannot be carried out reliably at the moment due to the corona pandemic, we offer applicants to submit proof of the required foreign language skills by the end of the first semester. "

Please address questions about the recognition of certificates not listed here directly to: [email protected]

If a certificate that is not listed has been recognized, the written confirmation of the recognition (by Dr. Astrid Christina Westergaard) must be attached to the application.

All beginners of the BA Danish Educational Science (HeSe 2020/21) take part in the placement test.

This does not apply to students with a Danish Abitur.

The placement test will take place online on Monday, September 7th, 2020, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Link: https://uni-flensburg.webex.com/meet/astrid.westergaard

Dr. Astrid Westergaard


For the partial course "Danish" admitted applicants receive specific information about these
Events by the institute by email.

Extract from the study qualification statute

The English sub-course (as part of the B.A. course in Educational Sciences) requires proof of adequate English language skills.

CURRENT NOTE for the autumn semester 2020/21:

Since no language tests can be carried out at the moment due to the corona pandemic, we offer applicants who do not have an average grade of 11 points in English to submit proof of the required foreign language skills by the end of the 1st semester.


The following certificates are equally recognized:
(a) an average grade of at least 11 points in English in the upper secondary school, whereby English must have been continued without interruption up to the Abitur
(Note: The points achieved in each case in the last four semesters in upper secondary school must result in an average of at least 11 points),
(b) a school-leaving certificate from an English-speaking school that entitles you to university entrance,
(c) the achievement of a specified minimum number of points or minimum grades in recognized language tests:

1. CAE (Certificate in Advanced English): Grade B
2. CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English): Grade C
3. IELTS (International English Language Testing System): 6.5 (Total Score)
4. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): 80 points (internet-based)

The certificate submitted as proof of language skills must not be older than a maximum of two years from the beginning of the semester for which enrollment is requested.

Please address questions about the recognition of certificates not listed here exclusively and directly to

Professor Dr. Holger Limberg.

If an nIf the certificate that is not listed has been recognized, the written confirmation of the recognition of the application must be enclosed.

CURRENT NOTE for the autumn semester 2020/21:

Since language tests cannot be reliably carried out at the moment due to the corona pandemic, we offer applicants to submit proof of the required foreign language skills by the end of the first semester.

Extract from the study qualification statute

The sub-course in Spanish (as part of the B.A. course in Educational Sciences) requires proof of adequate knowledge of Spanish. The following certificates are equally recognized:
1. Proof of knowledge of Spanish at level B1 of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages' (e.g. through a placement test, DELE certificate),
2. Proof of knowledge of Spanish at level A2 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for Languages ​​‘(e.g. through a placement test, DELE certificate) plus more binding, free of charge Intensive course at the Romance seminar at the European University of Flensburg before the start of studies
3. Abitur or high school diploma from a school in Spanish-speaking countries that entitles you to study at a university
4. Abitur at a Spanish-speaking school in Germany
5. Abitur from a German grammar school with a degree in Spanish as an advanced course / profile course
6. Abitur from a German grammar school with a minimum of three years in Spanish as a subject plus more binding, free of charge Intensive course at the Romance Department of the European University of Flensburg before the start of studies.

Note: Applicants who are under Point 2 or Point 6 fall, get a Admission with conditions and have to Participate regularly in the intensive course, which according to current planning will start on August 26, 2019. If there is no or no regular participation in the intensive course, admission will expire and any existing enrollment will be canceled.

Please address questions about the recognition of certificates not listed here exclusively and directly to
Professor Dr. Marco Th. Bosshard.

If an nIf the certificate that is not listed has been recognized, the written confirmation of the recognition of the application must be enclosed.

CURRENT NOTE for the autumn semester 2020/21:

Since language tests cannot be reliably carried out at the moment due to the corona pandemic, we offer applicants to submit proof of the required foreign language skills by the end of the first semester.

Extract from the study qualification statute

The French sub-course (as part of the B.A. course in Educational Sciences) requires proof of adequate knowledge of French. The following certificates are equally recognized:
1. Proof of knowledge of French at level B1 of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages' (e.g. through a placement test, DELF / DALF certificates)
2. Proof of knowledge of French at level A2 of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages' (e.g. through a placement test, DELF / DALF certificates) plus Compulsory, free intensive course at the Romance seminar at the European University of Flensburg. before the start of studies
3. Abitur or high school diploma at a school in the French-speaking area that entitles you to study at university
4. Abitur at a French-speaking school in Germany,
5. Abitur from a German grammar school with a degree in French as an advanced course / profile course,
6. Abitur from a German grammar school with study of French for at least three years plus Compulsory, free intensive course at the Romance seminar at the European University of Flensburg before the start of studies.

Note: Applicants who are under Point 2 or Point 6 fall, get a Admission with conditionsand have to regularly take part in the intensive course, which will start regularly after mid-August*. If there is no or no regular participation in the intensive course, admission will expire and any existing enrollment will be canceled.

* The intensive course takes place while of the first semester.
However, all those temporarily admitted can still acquire a corresponding language certificate on their own until the beginning of the lecture and - after recognition - no longer have to take part in the intensive course.

Please address questions about the recognition of certificates not listed here exclusively and directly to
Professor Dr. Margot Brink or Professor Dr. Cordula Neis.

If you have an nIf you have a certificate that is not listed, it must be recognized (Prof. Dr. M. Brink or Prof. Dr. C. Neis).
The written confirmation of recognition must then be attached to the application.

All subjects that you can study in the BA Educational Science are listed below.
You are fundamentally in the choice of the combination of subjects Not limited.
If But after completing the B.A. Educational science one Masters for the teaching profession want to study, take the two subjects in the bachelor's program that you then have to continue with in the master’s (teaching degree).
Which combinations are allowed in the Masters for the various teaching posts can be found under the menu item "Subject combinations"
Admission for one Master's degree in teaching can only be pronounced if you have a valid combination of subjects in the B.A. Have completed educational sciences.

You can apply for the following subjects:

Biology, chemistry, Danish, performing arts / theater (from HeSem 2021), German, English, Protestant theology, geography, history, health and nutrition,Nutrition and Home Economics*, French, Catholic Theology, Art and Visual Media, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, General Science - Social Sciences, General Science - Science, Special education*, Spanish, sports, technology, textiles and fashion as well as business / politics.

*A combination with the subject Nutrition and Home Economics entitled (at the EUF) after successful completion exclusively for the Masters in vocational schools with a focus on nutrition and home economics. A teaching post for general education schools (elementary or community schools or grammar schools) cannot be started with this subject.
Anyone who, following the B.A. the Master's special education want to study, must sign up for two special education subjects apply.
Please pay attention to the above menu item "Special Education".

IMPORTANT NOTE for students at the Europa-Universität Flensburg
After a change of subject (admission to the chosen subject in the first subject semester), you will study All subjects always in the latest examination regulations.
All previously completed examinations for the new examination regulations must be recognized and submitted to the examination office after enrollment using the recognition form.

Available study places, 1st semester (autumn semester 2021/22

Partial course (subject)Admission capacity 1st semester
biology 84
chemistryadmission-free
Performing game / theater30
Danishadmission-free
German400
English150

Nutrition and Home Economics.

(exclusively for the Masters at vocational schools)

41
Possibly theology130
Frenchadmission-free
geography120
history175
Health / nutrition107
Catholic theologyadmission-free
Art and vis. media47
mathematicsadmission-free
music36
philosophy80
physicsadmission-free
General teaching / Ges.wiss65
General instruction / natural science62
SO emotional and social development144
SO spiritual development91
SO learning development162
SO language and communication disorders98
Spanishadmission-free
Sports130
technologyadmission-free
Textile and fashion75
Economic policy111

As of: May 14th, 2021 - approval figures subject to the approval of the Ministry.

Important changes to the choice of the subject special education from winter semester 2016/2017

For the winter semester 2016/2017, the study of the partial course (subject) Special education restructured.
Applicants for the subject Special education who want to study must already apply for the B.A. Educational sciences For two decide special education subjects.

The application is therefore made for the subject (e.g. German - see above, menu item "Subjects")as For two special education subjects.

All four special education subjects offered

- Pedagogy and didactics to promote emotional and social development,
- Pedagogy for impaired intellectual development,
- Special education of learning and
- Education for people with language and communication disorders

of which you have to choose two are subject to one Admission restriction.

A place at university
This means that only applicants who have completed the selection process (NC) in all three selected sub-courses (Subject plus special education subjects) have successfully completed.

A change of special education subject after the second semester (the contents of the first two semesters are identical for all students) will - according to current planning - only be possible as part of an internal subject exchange. The institute has yet to determine the specific procedure for this.

Below you will find specific information on the content and competence goals of the four special education subjects.

Prof. Dr. habil. Joachim Brocher

The promotion of emotional and social development is one of the classic focus areas of special, special needs or inclusion education. In the 1970s and 1980s, German universities also used the term "education for the difficult-to-educate", "pedagogy for behavioral problems" or "pedagogy for people with behavioral disorders". In the meantime, not only at the European University of Flensburg, such terms have been completely dispensed with because these terms have a stigmatizing, pathologizing and categorizing effect.

The careful use of language leads right into the central issues of this subject, because it makes a difference whether I call a child or a young person, still in the spirit of the psychiatric paradigm, "disturbed" and then supposedly "scientific" well-founded interventions "seek to" repair "or" treat "this child or adolescent with regard to their" inappropriate "behavior, their" abnormal "personality etc. and try to get them back on the" right "path, or whether I think so I take an extended look at the analysis of the extremely complex social and cultural processes in contemporary society and try to understand more deeply the biographical issues, life conflicts and coping strategies of today's children and young people, including their socio-cultural and socio-economic living conditions, and this understanding as the basis of my educational and to make didactic efforts in order to build bridges from here in the respective learning curricula.

This also includes a critical look at the processes in today's educational institutions. Teachers in primary and secondary schools are often overwhelmed by providing educational opportunities for children and young people from problematic backgrounds who show need for support in their emotional and social development, from which they can actually benefit. This is where graduates of the subject of emotional and social development support come in, for example by giving impulses in inclusive school settings in team teaching or working with children and young people in special educational settings in such a way that their individual development is actually encouraged.

But what do such educational offers look like? Central to the field of pedagogy and didactics to promote emotional and social development is the establishment of sustainable, beneficial pedagogical relationships. This is, so to speak, the deeper foundation on which everything else is built. Then we need pedagogy and didactics where children and young people with special needs in emotional and social development can reflect and classify their social, biographical and cultural experiences and the associated emotions. For this purpose, action-oriented and project-oriented teaching methods, if possible also interdisciplinary, are used. Play and design for the younger ones as well as everyday aesthetics and youth culture for the older ones are proven and promising approaches in the educational work in and outside of school. Other classics in the field are experiential, outdoor and adventure education.

So, on the one hand, it is about offering a pedagogy in which life experiences can be reflected and processed. Here, in particular, topics such as flight and migration or social marginalization should be considered, on the other hand, the children and young people should also have new, positive, development-promoting experiences, in the context of school and beyond.

In addition to the topics of emotion and biographical experience, there is also the topic of behavior. School-wide behavior-related intervention systems are important here in order to systematically convey and consolidate positive learning, work and social behavior. Because if only individual educators try to change the life of individual children and adolescents for the better, then that is less effective than if an entire college works with united forces in this direction and a school-wide reflection of educational processes and a joint school and concept development takes place. Especially the topic of behavior requires cross-school systems. The subject is currently benefiting in particular from North American research, which of course requires some kind of cultural adaptation for Germany.

Further topics are the use of diagnostic procedures, the development of support plans, the design of inclusion and special education teaching units, collegial case counseling, the school as a learning, self-reflective organization, etc.

A special feature of the funding focus on emotional and social development, as taught at the European University of Flensburg, is the broad scope in terms of scientific theory. Here empirical-quantitative, i.e. evidence-based, as well as qualitative-research-based as well as historical-hermeneutic and socio-critical-ideology-critical research methods and theories come into play.

The focus on emotional and social development is also taught in Flensburg from a broad national, international and global perspective. From the beginning, numerous English-language publications from North America, Great Britain, etc. have been incorporated into university teaching in order to gain an overview of the diversity of perspectives on the subject of emotional and social development and to deal constructively and critically with the theoretical fields in this area .

The subject is transdisciplinary and draws its inspiration from research fields such as place-based pedagogies, critical literacy pedagogies, teaching for social justice, urban education, hip-hop and rap pedagogies, gender and queer studies, as well as cultural ethnography, cultural geography and urban sociology , Urban ecology and metropolitan research.

The reflective processes in the courses encourage and support the students in acquiring these diverse theoretical worlds on their own initiative, starting with the first bachelor semester, in order to gradually arrive at their own professional position and constantly develop questions. This includes certain parts of self-experience on one's own biographical level, including the social and cultural experiences made by the students themselves, which will also be the subject of certain sub-modules.

The course can then be set either in the direction of school service or in the direction of extracurricular work (e.g. socio-educational fields of activity, youth cultural work, youth penal institutions, work in district centers, projects with young refugees, etc.). At the Europa-Universität Flensburg, a master’s course based on the bachelor’s special education with a focus on emotional and social development is always available.

Pedagogy for impaired intellectual development

Professor Dr. Eberhard Grüning

The study of special education at the European University is designed as a consecutive course. The bachelor's degree provides basic knowledge of school and extracurricular special education. Basic knowledge and skills are acquired in the two selected special education subjects, which can be deepened in a master’s degree. The conception of the course is therefore consecutive and ensures the continuation of the Bachelor course in a Master course, which qualifies for a teaching position in special education.

The department contributes to the basic knowledge with a module in which specialist competencies on various manifestations and explanations of the impairment in intellectual development are acquired and based on this, educational guiding concepts are justified. The guiding concepts are exemplarily shown and discussed using the possibilities of their implementation in educational fields of action.

With the third semester, the study continues in the two selected special education subjects. The determination of needs in the development areas (thinking, perception, language, motor skills, emotionality, social behavior) is a basis of educational work. Therefore, the transfer of knowledge about these development areas is at the beginning of the study of the subject. The acquisition of knowledge is combined with questions relating to support diagnostics, in order to simultaneously acquire the skills needed to work with support plans for people with intellectual disabilities. The examination of didactic theories of the special education specialty is aimed at acquiring skills, planning, implementing and reflecting on learning and social processes for and with people with impaired intellectual development. The critical examination of different theoretical approaches and systems of theory contribute to the profile of future special educators. Results and models of international research for people with impaired intellectual development are analyzed in order to gain insights into current and perspective research focuses as well as to develop research methods that will be useful for research in the context of one's own bachelor thesis. Lifelong assistance in all areas of life for people with impaired intellectual development requires basic knowledge of these fields of action. In the course of studying social networking, skills are acquired through models and concepts. The design of network work and cooperation in the multi-pedagogue system at special needs schools and in school classes under inclusive conditions requires competent cooperation. Acquiring these competencies is acquired in modules of the special education subject. In the course of study, the competence for self-directed and cooperative study is stimulated. Diverse forms of teaching and learning are planned, which are intended to establish a close link between theory and practice. Oral and written performance requirements contribute to the self-competence that is to be striven for in the profession of special education teacher.

Further information can be found in the module catalog and in the examination and study regulations.

Special education of learning

Professor Dr. Jürgen Walter

particularities

The partial course Special education of learning is characterized by a coherently structured curriculum with a variety of theory-practice references. Some of the students work in schools to promote the acquisition of written language as well as arithmetic and mathematical thinking and are individually instructed.

Study objective

The graduates of the special needs pedagogy of learning sub-course have

· A broad and specific specialist knowledge in the areas of diagnostics, lesson planning and
Learning support,

· Application-related knowledge in the design of individual and class-related settings in
Cooperation with other teachers,

Relevant approaches, concepts, principles, procedures, methods, media, materials and screening
Procedures for the area of ​​prevention of learning disabilities or learning disabilities and their application
and reflection,

· Extensive practical experience in competence, development, resources, subject didactic and
pedagogically oriented planning and implementation of remedial lessons as well as their theory-based
Reflection,

The ability to create individual learning and support plans,

Specific knowledge and practice-relevant competencies in the field of learning process diagnostics,

· Specific specialist knowledge and extensive practical experience in the field of dyslexia and
Dyscalculia therapy including diagnostics and ADHD,

· Specific knowledge, necessary skills and practical experience in inclusive teaching.


Overall, the students are enabled to penetrate and cope with their later practice guided by theory and empirical knowledge.

You have the opportunity to study the selected subject areas from 2019 onwards in the Master's degree in special education.

Future fields of activity

As a rule, the partial course qualifiesSpecial education of learning in combination with the other sub-courses, the graduates for a nationwide entry into a Legal clerkship for the teaching post special educationk.

Due to the broad structure of the sub-course Special education of learning In addition, they generally enable them to work in the areas of prevention, diagnostics, inclusive teaching and (early) support and, in particular, to work in the context of learning therapy or dyslexia and dyscalculia therapy.

Education for people with language and communication disorders

Professor Dr. Hildegard Heidtmann

Communicative and linguistic skills are life skills. Conducting conversations, shaping relationships in everyday life, at school and at work, arguing in discussions, understanding tasks, texts and conversations are made more difficult if linguistic and communicative skills are insufficient or even impaired.The profession of teacher is also known as speaking and speaking. "Language is more than speaking". In class, language and communication are the subject and means of learning for the students.

In the PMSKS degree course, knowledge with regard to speech, speech, voice, hearing, speech development and communication disorders is imparted, tested in practice and reflected upon. Topics are e.g. stuttering, silence (mutism), specific language development disorders, language and communication disorders in connection with mental impairments (e.g. Down syndrome), supported communication, multilingualism and hearing disorders. The prerequisite for this will be the basics of language development psychology (how does the child learn language?), Interaction processes between parents and children, teachers and students as well as stress and coping processes are the contents of the course.

The events are used didactically and methodologically for later activities, in that the students gain knowledge and experience with relevant concepts, principles, procedures, methods, games, media and materials for different fields of activity in day-care centers, primary and secondary levels, for example through cooperative forms of learning . The focus is on the areas of preventive support in the specialization language in day-care centers for abnormalities in language development, language and communication diagnostics, language promotion in small groups and therapy, language and communication-promoting lessons (in inclusive contexts), team teaching, cooperation, counseling and supervision . At the end of their studies, students can plan and implement language therapy lessons with heterogeneous learning groups, carry out individual language therapy offers and provide advice to teachers and parents in special needs education in school contexts.

After completing the Bachelor's degree, students have the opportunity to continue studying PMSKS as a subject in the Master's teaching degree in Special Education.

The BA. Educational science is a polyvalent course, i.e. that with a successful degree is not exclusively a postgraduate teaching master’s degree must be completed.

But even if you want to become a teacher, you don't already have to choose a specific one during the B.A. degree type of school. When you apply, you can choose from any combination of all of the sub-courses (subjects).

But if you have the B.A. If you want to study educational sciences with the fixed goal of attending a master’s degree afterwards, you have to choose a combination of subjects that enables master’s approval.

You can find out which combination requirements exist for the Master’s degree programs at the Europa-Universität Flensburg that qualify for a teaching position under the following headings.

Combinations for teaching at primary schools

The following subjects are available, two of which must be taken:

Danish, German, English, Protestant religion, Catholic religion, art, mathematics, music, philosophy, teaching, sports, technology, textile theory.

At least one of the two subjects to be taken must be includedGerman orEnglish ormathematics orScience teachingbe.

The field of expertiseScience teaching can only be chosen if the subject is in the Bachelor's degree Science teaching has been studied.

Combinations for teaching at community schools (new from HeSem 2020/2021)

ATTENTION This course starts in the autumn semester 2020/2021.
Applications are possible from May 15th, 2020.

The following subjects can be studied in the Master of Education / Teacher Training at Community Schools:

1. As a secondary school subject:
Biology, chemistry, Protestant religion, geography, nutrition and consumer education, Catholic religion, mathematics, music, philosophy, physics, technology, textile theory.

2. as secondary level II - subject:
Danish, performing games (from HeSem 2024), German, English, French, history, art, math, Spanish, sports and economics / politics

Here you cana sec I and a sec II subject ortwo sec I subjects can be combined with each other.
Only the combination of Protestant subjectsand Catholic religion is excluded as well
combination two sec II subjects (This combination can only be used for theteacher in grammar schools to get voted).
For the subject mathematics a decision must also be made whether this is to be used as a Sec I or as Sec II subject is studied.

Combinations for teaching at grammar schools (new from HeSem 2020/2021)

ATTENTION This course starts in the autumn semester 2020/2021.
Applications are possible from May 15th, 2020.

The following subjects, which have to be successfully completed in the Bachelor's degree, entitle the holder to take up the Master of Education for teaching at grammar schools:

- Danish,

- Performing game (from HeSem 2024)

- German,

- English,

- French

- History,

- Art,

- Mathematics,

- Spanish,

- Sports and

- Economic policy.

All subjects can be combined with one another.

Combinations for teaching at secondary schools / Sek II (expiring course)

DANGER: This course is for the last time for applicants in the first semester in the autumn semester 2019/2020 and from the autumn semester 2020/2021 through the master’s
of Education for that teacher in grammar schools replaced.

The following subjects, which must be successfully completed in the Bachelor's degree, entitle the holder to take up the Master of Education for teaching at secondary schools (gymn. Teaching):

- Danish,

- German,

- English,

- French

- History,

- Art,

- Mathematics,

- Spanish,

- Sports and

- Economic policy.

All subjects can be combined with one another.

Combinations for teaching at secondary schools / Sek I (course to be expired)

DANGER:This course is for the last time for applicants in the first semesterin the autumn semester 2019/2020 and from the autumn semester 2020/2021 through the master’s
of Education for thatTeaching post at community schools replaced.

The following subjects, which must be successfully completed in the bachelor's degree, entitle the holder to take up the Master of Education for teaching at secondary schools with a focus on secondary school:

Area 1:
Danish, German, English, French, history, math, art, Spanish, sports and economics / politics

Area 2:
Chemistry physics

Area 3:
Biology, Protestant religion, geography, nutrition and consumer education, Catholic religion, music, philosophy, technology, textile theory, mathematics with a focus on secondary level I (with timely approval by the Ministry for HeSem2019 / 20)

One of the two subjects must basically be taken out Area 1 or Area 2 to get voted.
A combination of two subjects Area 1 or from two subjects Area 3 can not.
The subjects of physics and chemistry (Area 2) can be combined with each other (shortage subjects).

The combination of Mathematics (area 1) and mathematics with a focus on sec I (area 3) is excluded.

Combinations for teaching special needs education

WhichSubjects (continued from the B.A. studies) You can choose in the Master’s Special Education, depends on the choice of the associated focus (PRIMAR or SECONDARY LEVEL)

To have totwo the following four special needs education subjects can be chosen. These subjects must have been completed in the B.A. degree:

1. Pedagogy and didactics to promote emotional and social development (ES) or
2. Pedagogy in the case of impaired intellectual development (GE) or
3. Special Education of Learning (L) or
4. Education for people with language and communication disorders (PMSKS).

The sub-course in Special Education Psychology (SP) is compulsory for all students in the Master’s course in Special Education Teaching. This does not have to be specified in the application process.

In focusPrimary level the following subjects can be selected:
Danish, German, English, Protestant religion, Catholic religion, art, mathematics, music, philosophy, teaching, sports, technology or textile theory.

In focusSecondary school the following subjects can be selected:
Biology, chemistry, Danish, performing games (from HeSem 2024), German, English, nutrition and consumer education, Protestant religion, geography, history, Catholic religion, art, mathematics, music, philosophy, physics, sport, technology, textile theory, economics / Politics.

Combinations for teaching at vocational schools - nutrition and home economics

In addition to the professional subject (nutrition and home economics), a general educational subject must be taken.

The following subjects can be selected:

- Danish,
- German,
- English,
- French,
- History,
- Art,
- Mathematics,
- Spanish,
- Sports and
- Economic policy.

The subject change refers to the change of at least one of the two subjects studied in the BA Educational Science. The change takes place in the context of a completely normal Application for the first semester of the newly chosen subject. For the retained subject, the application takes place in the correspondingly higher subject semester (in which you continue to study regularly). A selection process for the retained subject does not take place because you have already received a study place. The application must therefore always include a current certificate of enrollment attached.

You must be placed in the higher semester applied for Not if you are already studying at the EUF.

A change is only for Fall semester possible.

Please note that you definitely High school graduate and the earlier application deadline (June 21) applies.

If you successfully apply and enroll in the new subject combination, you will study all subjects (including pedagogy) in the latest version of the examination regulations. Exception: In the B.A. Educational sciences will remain subject changers who are enrolled in the PO 2015, after a change in the previous PO until HeSem 2022/23. For the subject (s) retained (including pedagogy), you have to PO change after enrollment have already completed examinations credited to the academic advisor and submit this to the examination office. This means that you have to print out the transcript of records BEFORE enrolling in order to be able to credit the achievements contained therein. To When you enroll, you no longer have access to the services of the "old" course.

A change of subject means that the standard period of study can usually no longer be adhered to. This applies in particular if the change in subject involves a simultaneous change in the examination regulations.

It is not necessary to de-register for an application as part of a change of subject.

Should be the application not successful continue studying in the "old" subject combination - if you have re-registered for the following semester in the correct form and in due time.

IMPORTANT: Due to the constitutional principle of equality, students who are already enrolled have to apply for a change of subject NO Advantages, i.e. you are in competition with all other applicants. The selection process is based on the legal requirements (high school graduation grade and waiting time).

Of course, the formal admission requirements (additional qualifications) in the subjects music, sport, art, Danish, English, French and Spanish also apply to those who change subjects.

If you intend to change from your current university to the European University of Flensburg, please note the following:

1.) Application for the 1st semester

An application for the 1st semester of a course or sub-course (subject) is only possible according to current university admissions law if you are applying for the requested course or sub-course in the semester in which you are applying NOT are enrolled.

2.) Application for higher semesters

If you are enrolled in the semester in which you are applying for the selected course or sub-course, you have to apply for a higher semester apply. Information on the application can be found under the menu item "Higher semester".

Will the receiving institute of the European University Flensburg certify that in the course or part of the course you have already studied NO Examination achievements can be recognized, is an application for the 1st semester possible.
Students who change university must always include a classification in the requested higher semester with their application AND attach a current certificate of enrollment.

3.) Examples

You are in a 2-subject Bachelor with the subjects German and mathematics enrolled and want to join the European University of Flensburg for the BA Educational Science

a) the subjects Sports and biology apply:
The application is in both Subjects for the 1st semester possible.

b) the subjects German and biology apply:
The application is for the subject German in one higher Subject semester according to classification and in the subject biology in the 1st semester possible.

4.) De-registration

In order to be able to apply, you have to de-register at the current university Not necessary.
Only for enrollment, but no later than Start of lectures A notice of de-registration must be submitted, as enrollment at more than one university is not permitted in Schleswig-Holstein (exception only in cooperative courses).

Application for higher semesters

Application procedure / requirements

The prerequisite for applying in higher semesters is that creditable examinations from a course you have already attended have been completed and the receiving institute or institutes at the Europa-Universität Flensburg have placed you in a higher semester.

In the B.A. Educational science needs upgrading in the two Subjects and in the partial course "Educational sciences"can be obtained.

With the application documents, the application for admission in the higher semester must also be submitted with the documents listed there.

Of course, the admission requirements of the application process for the first semester also apply without restriction to applications for higher semesters.

In the subjects of art, music, sports and performing games / theater (from HeSem 2022), proof of having passed or a recognized aptitude test is mandatory. Proof of sufficient foreign language skills must be provided in the subjects Danish, English, French and Spanish.

ATTENTION: Prospective students who are enrolled in a course (or subject) at another university at the time of their application may apply for this course (or subject) NOT for the first Apply for a semester. Exception: The receiving institute at the Europa-Universität Flensburg certifies that as part of the classification no creditable study and examination achievements are available.

Where do I get recognition / upgrading?

First of all, please address your concerns to the specialist advisors for the chosen course or subject. You can find an overview of all contact persons here.

The Admission Restrictions in the subjects also apply to applications for higher semesters.

In order to be able to estimate the chances of admission in a subject, at the beginning of the current application process you will always find an overview with the free study places in all subjects and semesters under the following link:

Overview of free study places (PDF)

To participate in the selection process, prospective students must first go through the online application process.

You can access the online application portal via this link.

The application documents listed in the application leaflet (to which you will also be explicitly referred to after printing out the application form at the end of the online process) must be in the required form by the application deadline in the admissions office of the Europa-Universität Flensburg received be. Only the date of receipt applies, not the postmark. Documents received after the application deadline will be Not considered.

Please make sure that only complete application documents take part in the selection process.Subsequent submission of documents after the application deadline is not possible, as the selection process is carried out immediately after the application deadline.

Services performed

So-called services (military service, community service, FSJ, federal voluntary service, etc.) no longer lead to an increase in waiting times. However, they can be important if there is a tie in the selection process.
If you state that you have performed a service in the online application process, you must enclose a single copy of the relevant evidence with your documents. As proof, either the official certificate of the completed service is required or - if the service has not yet ended at the time of application - a current confirmation from the institution about the beginning, the end and the type (FSJ, federal voluntary service, etc.) of the service.

Evidence only needs to be officially certified when applying for the "preferred selection" (see tab above).

Only applications that are submitted in due form and on time take part in the selection process for restricted and non-admission subjects.

The following subjects are free of admission: chemistry, French, mathematics, physics, Spanish, technology, cath. Religion and danish.

A Admission only those applicants with all Sub-courses (subjects) successfully pass the selection process. Partial admissions for just one subject may not be granted.

The legal basis for the selection of applicants is the University Admissions Act and the University Admissions Ordinance of the State of Schleswig Holstein.

Procedure of the procedure:

First of all, so-called Upfront quotas educated:

  • Applicants from non-EU countries / quota of foreigners (8%),
  • Cases of hardship (2%),
  • Top athletes (2%)
  • Second degree (3%),
  • Professionally qualified (applicants without a high school diploma) (5%)

Applicants belonging to this group of people will be admitted in advance.

Of the places still available after that, first

  • 20% solely based on performance (Abitur grade), thereafter
  • 20% exclusively after the waiting period (waiting semester) and afterwards
  • 60% according to the university selection process

authorized.

In the university selection process, only the Abitur grade is assessed.

Exceptions:

In the subjects of art and music, first

  • 20% exclusively according to the result of the proficiency test, afterwards
  • 20% exclusively after the waiting period (waiting semester) and afterwards
  • 60% admitted according to the university selection process.

In the university selection process, a mixed grade is formed, consisting of 51% of the Abitur grade and 49% of the aptitude test grade.

Available study places, 1st semester (autumn semester 2021/22

Partial course (subject)Admission capacity 1st semester
biology 84
chemistryadmission-free
Performing game / theater30
Danishadmission-free
German400
English150

Nutrition and Home Economics.

(exclusively for the Masters at vocational schools)

41
Possibly theology130
Frenchadmission-free
geography120
history175
Health / nutrition107
Catholic theologyadmission-free
Art and vis. media47
mathematicsadmission-free
music36
philosophy80
physicsadmission-free
General teaching / Ges.wiss65
General instruction / natural science62
SO emotional and social development144
SO spiritual development91
SO learning development162
SO language and communication disorders98
Spanishadmission-free
Sports130
technologyadmission-free
Textile and fashion75
Economic policy111

As of: May 14th, 2021 - approval figures subject to the approval of the Ministry.

In justified exceptional cases, special situations can mean that applicants for admission restricted Degree programs receive a place within the framework of the so-called hardship quota.

There must be such serious health, social or family reasons that, if the strictest standards are applied, it cannot be expected that the applicant will even one semester on admission waiting. So it has to be aspecial circumstance present yours current and future Describes the situation.
In the past underlying circumstances do not matter. You could do one for thatApplication for compensation for disadvantages (see above).

Consideration as a hardship case is therefore only extremely rarely considered.

If you are of the opinion that you can assert a special exceptional situation that justifies immediate admission, you must submit a together with your application documents Hardship application and apply for consideration as a "hardship" in the online procedure.

Below you will find some exemplary information on the reasons that lead or may not lead to consideration as a hardship case, as well as the hardship application as a download file.

Please pay particular attention to sanitary Reasons that a specialist (understandable for the medical layperson) Assessment must be attached, which must contain a clear prognosis of the course of the disease.

Examples of the hardship regulation (PDF file)

Application "hardship" (PDF)

If certain requirements are met, you can submit an application for compensation for disadvantages. If such a request is considered, your grade or the one calculated at the time of application waiting period corrected in your favor. A distinction is therefore made between

  • an application to improve the Abitur grade and
  • a request to improve the waiting time.

Such applications can be made if, due to special circumstances, you were prevented from getting a better Abitur grade or from taking your Abitur at an earlier time.

In the information leaflet at the end of this page you can read about the conditions under which an application for compensation for disadvantages can be made and when such an application can be considered. A detailed school report must always be attached to an application to improve the Abitur grade. Information on this report can also be found in the above information.
Since such an opinion is very extensive, you should plan a corresponding amount of time in order to be able to present the opinion in good time. The application must be submitted together with your application documents and must contain all the necessary evidence.

Below you will find general information on compensation for disadvantages and the application form.

Information on compensation for disadvantages (PDF)

Application for compensation for disadvantages (PDF)

Who is applying for a second degree?

Only those who at the time of application already a bachelor's, diploma, master's or state examination course at one German University successful and complete have completed have to up for a Second degree apply if the chosen course of study restricted admission is.

EXCEPTION: Graduates of a Bachelor studieswho are for the first time for a Masters course apply, are no Second degree applicants.

In an admissionrestricted Second degree applicants are not selected according to their high school graduation grade and waiting time, but rather

• according to the overall grade achieved for the completed degree and
• after the reason for choosing a second degree.

These two pieces of information become one Measurement number which is the decisive factor for admission if the number of applicants exceeds the capacity of the university.

Of the study places available in the selected course, a maximum of 3% awarded to applicants for a second degree.

The application process

Applicants for the second degree take part in the online application process "as normal". One of the online masks must ask whether the chosen course of study is a Second degree is to be answered with "yes". Reference is then made to the "Application for admission to the second degree", which must be submitted together with the application documents. This application is available as a download file below. A corresponding link is also available on the online mask. The application is only to be used if the application is for a restricted admission Course takes place.

Application for a second degree (PDF)

If you

a) at the beginning or

b) during

If you have received admission to a so-called service (FSJ, FÖJ, Federal Volunteer Service, etc.) and are unable to take up the study place because of the service, you have the option, after completing the service, to apply again at the university to which you have been admitted, to request the "preferred choice".

The prerequisite is that you are studying the same course or subjects again apply and this course or subjects are also offered as part of the new application process.

The preferred selection Is for example Not possible if you are doing the B.A. Educational sciences in the subjects mathematics and technology were admitted and the subjects in the year after completion of the service mathematics and German choose.

Application process

You take part in the online application process again as normal and answer the question about your preferred selection with "yes" on one of the query masks there.