Humanities

In the integrated German-French course, students spend part of their time at JGU and part of their time at the partner university in Dijon; they graduate with both a German and French degree. Two trinational courses are also available, one German-French-Italian course and one German-French-Canadian course.


Program information

I. Binational course Mainz-Dijon

Participating subjects
German (German Studies), English (American Studies/British Studies), Geography, Latin, History, Philosophy, Romance Studies (Spanish/French/Italian), Comparative Studies/European Literature
Course/degrees Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education in Mainz, and Licence in Dijon
University in France Université de Bourgogne, Dijon
Course start date Usually at the start of the winter semester

II. Trinational course Mainz-Dijon-Bologna

Please note that the University’s integrated tri-national Study programm in cooperation with the University of Bologna will not be available for German students until the publication of examination regulations.

Participating subjects
German (German Studies), English (American Studies/British Studies), Geography, Latin, History, Philosophy, Romance Studies (Spanish/French/Italian), Comparative Studies/European Literature
Course/degrees Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education in Mainz, and Licence in Dijon
University in France Université de Bourgogne, Dijon
Course start date Usually at the start of the winter semester

III. Trinational course Mainz-Dijon-Sherbrooke/Lennoxville

Participating subjects
English, French, History, Geography, Philosophy
Course/degrees
  • In Mainz / Canada: Bachelor or Master of Arts/Science/Education
  • In Dijon: Licence, Master
University in France
  • Université de Bourgogne, Dijon Bishop's
  • University in Lennoxville
  • Université de Sherbrooke
Course start date Usually at the start of the winter semester
Detailed information on the structure of the course is available from the Dijon office.

Conditions of participation

  • Good knowledge of the French language before starting the course. There is the opportunity for students to improve their language skills during the first year in specially organized courses.
  • An above-average will to succeed, a willingness to follow the strict timetable, flexibility, and initiative