Education

Europe has traditionally played an important role in world history and still holds a special attraction as a model.

Bachelor’s degree programme

The Bachelor's programmes in History and Art History offer a broad, all-round introduction to the field, with a focus on Europe in the global context and attention paid to the societal component. Within that framework, students can pursue themes such as political conflict, European integration, conflict and violence, the fundamentals of European power and identity, globalisation, cultural dynamics and historical and modern art and architecture.

Master’s degree programme

In the Master's phase, students specialise in areas such as international relations, conflict studies, art criticism, cultural heritage, democracy and citizenship, or antique, medieval or modern culture.

Courses for exchange students

The Faculty of Humanities offers a large selection of courses that are open to international exchange students. Please visit the International Office website for more information.
 

Below you can find an overview of all the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Minor programmes in History and Art History, and our Summer School courses and tracks in History.