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Teacher Training for Inclusive Education at Primary Schools

Within Teacher Education at the University of Bremen, you can study inclusive education / special needs education in combination with the teacher training for elementary schools. You study three subjects in the consecutive Bachelor / Master structure.

  1. Bachelor “Educational Sciences of the Primary and Elementary Area (BiPEb)”
    6 semesters, 180 CP, standard period of study: 3 years
  2. Master of Education (in the new structure from WiSe2014/15)
    4 semesters, 120 CP, standard period of study: 2 years
Excerpt from the information brochure (in German)


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Subject combinations

You study two majors and one minor subject. The subject "Inclusive Education" must be taken as one of your majors. Either German or elementary mathematics must be taken as the second major. Which of the subjects you choose as a minor from the electives is up to you.

They study two large subjects and one small subject.

Required courses


It is not possible to completely avoid overlapping when studying three courses at the same time. HOWEVER, the University of Bremen Strives to Provide a Largely Non- overlapping course offer.

Links and Downloads for ...

... Study course subjects and EW

  • Examination Regulations in the Database Study of the respective subject under "Formalities and Regulations" or in the
  • Central Examination Office under Bachelor -> Educational Sciences of the Primary and Pre-primary Education
  • Course of study and module descriptions for EW also on the homepage of the department 12

... subject including pedagogy

  • Information brochure Teaching including Pedagogy / Special Education [PDF] (293 KB)
  • Information brochure of the subject including pedagogy [PDF] (164 KB)
  • Homepage of the subject Including pedagogy
  • Project "Men in elementary school"

... teaching in general

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... expiring study structure

  • For students of the University of Bremen, who have started their bachelor studies before the winter semester 2011/12 and are studying according to an expiring examination regulations, a different study structure applies!