International Programs

Internationale Studiengänge / International Programs

Als Internationale Studiengänge werden hier Studiengänge bezeichnet, in denen überwiegend in Englisch oder einer anderen Sprache unterrichtet wird. Eine zweite Kategorie bilden Studiengänge mit vorgeschriebenem Auslandssemester oder -Jahr.


Bachelor-Studiengänge / Bachelor courses

D=Deutsch/German, E=Englisch/English, F=Frazösisch/French,  P=Polnisch/Polish, R=Russisch/Russian, S=Spanisch/Spanish

Studiengang / CourseUnterrichts-
sprache/ Language
of instruction
oder Jahr / Semester
or Year abroad
Kontakt und Information / Contact and Information
Comparative and European Law D, E Obligatorisches Auslandsjahr an einer Kooperations-Uni/one year at co-operating university,
Daniel Hahn
Digitale Medien/Digital MediaD Obligatorisches Semester/one term abroad obligatory
English speaking Cultures EObligatorisches Semester/one term abroad obligatory
Jana Wachsmuth
Frankoromanistik / French Language and Literature StudiesF, DObligatorisches Semester/one term abroad obligatory
Jana Wachsmuth
Hispanistik / Spanisch/Spanish Language and Literature StudiesD, SObligatorisches Semester/one term abroad obligatory
Jana Wachsmuth
Integrierte Europastudien / Integrated European Studies D, (R,P) Obligatorisches Semester/one term abroad,
Dr. Yvonne Pörzgen
LinguistikD, EEmpfohlen: Praxissemester/recommended: one practical term abroad Dr. Ute Siewerts

Master-Studiengänge / Master Courses

D=Deutsch/German, E=Englisch/English, N=Niederländisch/Dutsch

Studiengang / CourseUnterrichts-
of instruction
oder Jahr / Semester
or Year abroad
Kontakt und Information /
Contact and Information
Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyE-,
Departmental counseling:
Dr. Frank Dietz
Prof. Dr. Sörge Kelm
Transnational LawD, E, NStudienverlaufsplan A/study schedule A : ein Semester an der Groninger Kooperationsuniversität/one term at the University of Groningen,
Daniel Hahn
Communication and Information,
Digitale Medien / Digital,
EcologyEEmpfohlen: Semester/recommended: one term abroad,
Departmental counseling: Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weissenmayer
European Master in Labour Studies and Social Policy (Double Degree mit Mailand)EThis programme gives students the excellent opportunity to gain two Master's Degrees within only two years of study - one year in Bremen and one year in
Dr. Anna Hokema
Phone: +49 421 218-58570
Master Sozialpolitik im Schwerpunkt European Labour Studies (MEST)obligatorisches Auslandssemester
Dr. Anna Hokema
Phone: +49 421 218-58570
Prof. Dr. Karin Gottschall
Phone: +49 421 218-58595
Information and automation,
Departmental counseling. Prof.Dr.Ing. Axel Gräser
International Relations: Global Governance and Social Theory E-,
ISATEC International Studies in Aquatic Tropical EcologyEObligatorisches Semester/one term abroad obligatory,
ISATEC coordination: Dr. Oliver Janssen-Weets
Materials Chemistry and MineralogyEEmpfohlen: Semester/recommended:one term abroad
Dr. Ulrike Wolf-Brozio,
Marine Biology EEmpfohlen Semester oder Austauschprogramm mit der Ocean University of China in Qingdao, dann 2 erste Semester in China,
Dr. Holger Auel
Erasmus Mundus MSc in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (EMBC)EStudents start in one of the three year I Universities: Ghent University (Belgium), University of Bremen (Germany), University of the Algarve (Portugal). In the second year, during the third semester, an additional set of courses is taken at one of the year II Universities. ( University Pierre et Marie Curie, France, University of Oviedo, Spain, University of Klaipèda, Lithuania, and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology).Thesis work in the fourth semester can be done at any of the partners in the EMBC+ consortium.
Dr. Holger Auel
Marine Geosciences EEmpfohlen: Semester/recommended: one term abroad,
Marine Microbiology EEmpfohlen: Semester/recommended: one term abroad,
NeurosciencesEMöglich, Projekte (Lab-Rotations) können im Ausland durchgeführt werden. / Lab-rotations may be done abroad,
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Koch
Germanistik / German Language and Literature Studies (Erasmus Mundus-Master)Studienschwerpunkt Mediävistik im europäischen Kontext DDer Studienschwer-
punkt Mediävistik im europäischen Kontext ist Teil eines internationalen European Master-Programms. Das zweite Semes-
ter wird in diesem Schwerpunkt in der Regel an einer europäischen Partner-Universität absolviert
TransAtlantic Master Social Policy (Double Degree mit Chapel Hill)EBewerbungsprozess erfolgt über die University of North Carolina at Chapel
Dr. Irina Wiegand, Phone: +49 421 218-58508

International Doctoral Programs

Veranstaltungssprache ist Englisch./Language of instruction is English.

NameTitel und Arbeitsbereiche/Degree and Thematic fieldsInformationen und Kontakt
GLOMAR - Bremen International Graduate School for Marine Sciences Gobal Change in the Marine RealmPhd
Thematic fields: Ocean and Climate, Costal Zone Processes, Marine Ecology and Biochemistry, Challenges to Society
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Science - BIGSSS PhD
Thematic fields: "Transnational relations and political theory with a special focus on global governance and conceptions of international order", "Social change and the life course", "Institutions and institutionalist theories, decision-making (in the EU), lobbying and interest intermediation"
International Max Planck Research School of Marine Microbiology PhD
MarMic teaches students to take an interdisciplinary approach to the understanding of marine prokaryotic and eukaryotic microbiology, offering training in physiology, ecology, evolution, molecular biology, bioinformatics, and other related subjects
International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics (IGS) PhD
The IGS aims to identify, describe and model the intrinsic dynamics of present logistic processes and networks. It meets the challenge of globalisation through practice oriented research within a scope of interdisciplinary and cross-cultural cooperations. The IGS is embedded in LogDynamics, a cooperating network of research groups originated from four faculties of the University of Bremen: Production Engineering, Business Studies/Economics, Mathematics/Computer Science, Physics/ Electrical Engineering.
Physics and Electrical Engineering PIP (physics international postgraduate)Dr.rer.nat. - which means "Doctor of Science" and is equivalent to PhD
The main subjects: Environmental Physics, Solid State Physics, Theoretical Physics, Biophysics, Computational Materials Science
Helmholtz Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research POLMAR Fostered by the Helmholtz Initiative and Networking Fund, the graduate school POLMAR provides a structured qualification programme for PhD students at the Alfred Wegener Institute as supplement to their individual research work.
International Research Training Group Semantic Integration of Geospatial Information, cooperation with University of Münster and University at BuffaloPhD
Bridging conceptualizations and representations so that multiple communities can share (geographic) information Or to create and improve methods and tools for geospatial information integration
Prof. Dr. Christian Freksa,
Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation
MARES is a Joint Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health & Conservation funded through Erasmus Mundus. The programme is offered by a consortium of 24 partners originating from 14 different countries. MARES will focus on six scientific and applied fields, all dealing with the effects of the impact of humans on the natural marine environment.
Integrated Coastal Zone and Shelf-Sea Research INTERCOAST
collaboration between the University of Bremen and University of Waikato (New Zealand)
Research themes dealing with global and climate change which have strong impacts in coastal and shelf-sea areas and are of geoscientific, socio-economic, and legal interest.
International Research Training Group ArcTrainThe structured doctoral program includes among other aspects reciprocal research residences in Canada and Germany, yearly training workshops, Arctic field course, Floating University and Arctic stakeholder workshop. ArcTrain is a collaborative Project led by scientists from MARUM, Faculty of Geosciences and Faculty of Physics/Electrical Engineering at the University of Bremen and colleagues from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven.