|University of Bayreuth||6 Semesters|
The Bachelor of Arts program African Verbal and Visual Arts (AVVA) offers insights into the scholarly fields of African languages, African pieces of literature, African arts, and media in Africa.
The curriculum provides students with a multifaceted knowledge of African cultural matters, which are at the same time global matters. It also reacts to the developments in the global job market by providing its graduates with unique intercultural expertise.
Africa is a continent with a thousand and one facets. We offer this innovative, multidisciplinary and market-oriented Bachelor’s program as a solid starting point towards understanding the intricacies of the African continent and building expertise in African studies.
Our curriculum enables students to acquire knowledge in four key branches of African studies: Languages; Literatures (in African languages as well as Anglophone and Francophone African literature); Media; and Arts (both modern and contemporary). We offer theoretical, methodological and practical tools for study, which prepare the student to critically engage with the perspectives needed to deal with African cultural milieus, ideas, and forms of expression.
Term papers, short essays, presentations, oral and written exams, project reports
- Integrated study abroad unit(s)
Integrated study abroad unit(s)
- Students can study a semester abroad as part of the study curriculum.
Digital learning and teaching modules
- Virtual classrooms
- In Germany, students at all higher education institutions must pay a semester contribution. This payment (in Bayreuth: 107.81 EUR per semester) has nothing to do with tuition fees; rather, it covers your contributions to student services and the student government. At the University of Bayreuth, it includes a “semester ticket” that allows you to use public transport in the region.
Free of Cost
- English proficiency (level B2 European Framework of References for Languages)
- German basic knowledge (A1, must be acquired by the second semester)
The University of Bayreuth is a public research university situated in Bayreuth, Germany. It was founded in 1975 as a campus university focusing on international collaboration and interdisciplinarity.
It is broadly organized into six undergraduate and graduate faculties, with each faculty defining its own admission standards and academic programs in near autonomy.
Since October 2018, an isiXhosa online course has been offered in cooperation with the University of Fort Hare.