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Afrikaans & Theory of Literature

German Language

Although German language is presently only taught at level one, it is possible to pursue postgraduate studies i.e. BA (Hons),  MA and PhD in German. In addition German can also be taken for non-degree purposes. The study of German literature will form part of an integrated major in World Languages and Literatures, with thematically focused courses combining aspects of German, Italian, Russian and Spanish literature.

The honours course includes interdisciplinary options, an option on translation, and a research article/project.

Undergraduate students can compete for bursaries from the German Academic Exchange Service (http://www.daad.de) to spend some time in Germany.

Postgraduate students (at MA and PhD levels) can apply for bursaries through UNISA's Financial Aid Bureau. For more information, please visit: http://www.unisa.ac.za/studentfunding.

  • Why German
  • German modules can be taken as a part of the following qualifications:
    • Bachelor of Education (Senior and Further Education and Training Phases) (02615)
    • Bachelor of Arts General (2006 Curriculum) (02038 - GE1)
    • Bachelor of Administration New curriculum as from 2006 (02003 - N06)
    • Master of Arts in German (06165)
    • Master of Arts in German (Full Dissertation) (98522)
    • Doctor of Literature and Philosophy in German (0815X)
    • Doctor of Literature and Philosophy in German (98523)
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