German-French study programmes
The Bergische Universität Wuppertal offers students the opportunity to acquire a German-French double degree within the framework of two study programmes.
Students not only benefit from an excellent education in their subject area, but also acquire intercultural and linguistic core competences that are required for working in an international context.
School of Humanities and Cultural Sciences
Applied Cultural and Economic Studies/Formation franco-allemande appliquée: culture et économie (Bachelor)
Information on the German-French binational Bachelor's programme Applied Cultural and Economic Studies, which is conducted in cooperation with the Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France, can be found here.
The Master Erasmus Mundus EuroPhilosophy is an innovative Master's programme aimed at the acquisition of knowledge and competences at an international level in the context of the development of "German and French philosophies in the European area". Created in 2007, the course welcomes every year, following a special selection, around twenty international students who benefit from mobility in different universities in Europe (Toulouse, Louvain, Wuppertal, Prague, Coimbra, Bonn) as well as in the non-European area (Hosei in Japan, Memphis in the USA, Sao Carlos in Brazil) during the following two years of their Masters. Information on this study programme can be found here. The programme is funded by the Franco-German University (DFH).
General information on the Franco-German University can be found on the DFH website.