Université de Bourgogne (Dijon, France)
If the student enrols in the summer semester, the duration of studies is automatically extended for a minimum of one semester.
15 May for the following winter semester
15 November for the following summer semester
Applicants shall contact the Dijonbüro or Bureau Mayence no later than 31 March (application for winter semester) or 30 September (application for summer semester) before applying.
Graduates of the integrated study programme Mainz-Dijon in German Studies are granted two national degrees. The programme is based on a fixed bi-national course of study in German philology which focusses on literary studies, linguistics, and cultural studies. In a particular Franco-German module, all participants obtain intercultural competencies and reflect on the different education systems. It includes an intensive language preparation course, which helps students to successfully integrate into the partner system.
Once students arrive at the partner university, they may benefit from diverse mobility grants for the duration of the stay abroad (ERASMUS, Franco-German university network). Furthermore, they are exempt from tuition fees at the host university.
The programme also includes an obligatory internship that allows the students to deepen their intercultural experiences as well as to take the first steps towards the creation of an international professional network.