Degrees at the University of Bremen
Bachelor’s, master’s, state examination, teaching degree: Which qualifications are there? What career options can I pursue with my degree? What are the differences between a teaching bachelor’s and other bachelor's degrees? On these pages we would like to inform you in detail about the various university degrees you can obtain at the University of Bremen.
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Bachelor & Master
The University of Bremen has converted all its degree programs to the Bachelor / Master system. Bachelor’s and master’s are tiered degrees. After completing a bachelor's program of 6 semesters (7 semesters in exceptional cases), you will leave the University with a first professional degree. Or you go on to continue your studies in a 3- to 4-semester master's program.
Teacher training consists of three parts: the bachelor's program, the subsequent master's program, and the Referendariatperiod of practical in-school training. The so-called Master of Education is equal to the former First State Examination. After completing the master's program, there follows an 18-month Referendariat period of practical in-school training that concludes with a second state examination.
State Exam / First Law Examination
Education in law consists of two parts: The study of law and the Referendariat period of practical training. The first state law exam is taken at the end of the 9-semester study program. The second state law exam is taken after a subsequent 24-month period of practical training.