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The Bachelor’s Program in Cultural Research at Bremen University offers students a demanding and stimulating course thanks to its strong orientation inAnthropology, as well as in Media and Communication Studies. It addresses a broad spectrum of socially relevant issues in today’s increasingly interdependent world. By focusing on cultural modes of thought, action and materialities, students have the opportunity to study complex life processes and explore how individuals experience and shape these. Interlinkages between regional and global, historical and contemporary aspects,  or between humans and the environment, and science and society are all key areas of focus. Thanks to its broad, methods-based orientation the Degree Course is a stepping stone to careers in leading-edge academic and vocational fields.

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The Science Pathway

The science pathway teaches basic content, methods and tools used in Social and Cultural Anthropology, as well as in Communication and Media Studies. These also represent highly sought after core skills beyond the confines of academia.

 

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The Media Pathway

The media represent a central feature of today’s world and everyday life. The BA in Cultural Research gives students exposure to the media in both theoretical and hands-on fashion.

 

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The Vocational Pathway and Culture in Practice

Your own personalized career path allows you to develop practical skills relevant to the world of work, while at the same time giving you direct exposure to the wide-ranging professional openings available. This then prepares you for jobs in the media, culture industry, integration and cultural mediation / education, cultural management, or in a development organization.

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