2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Political Science, Department
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
- Bibliothekstraße 1
- 28359 Bremen
- Phone: +49 421 218-67039
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Degree courses with details
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Special features regarding teachingHigh value of research-based learning: separate module for the introduction to academic work, research seminars in the mandatory elective area; Solid basic training: Lectures providing an overview of all major fields within political science, wide range of advanced seminars; in the single-subject bachelor's degree mobility window and wide scope for organising studies due to large General Studies section which can be used for subject specialisation, inter-disciplinary focus and practical orientation.
Further information about study entry phasehttp://www.politik.uni-bremen.de/ccm/navigation/bachelor/1-fach-bachelor/bewerbung/index.de
Special features regarding the international orientationBased on a comparison of universities, a relatively large number of undergraduate students participate in the annual Erasmus exchange every year (about 20-30 students), although a stay abroad is not compulsory. The proportion of students who complete a work placement abroad is also comparatively high. In the Master of International Relations, about two-thirds of the students come from abroad. At the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), a large proportion of doctoral students (>45%) come from abroad.
Common partner universities for exchangeDänemark: Universität Aarhus, Niederlande: VU Amsterdam, Frankreich: Universität Bordeaux | Science Po, Italien: Universität Roma La Sapienza, Spanien: UA Barcelona, Türkei: Bogazici Universität Istanbul, UK: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), USA: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Südkorea: Chung Ang University, China: Shanghai Jiao Tong Universität
Website with further information on research activitieswww.politik.uni-bremen.de
Support for foundersBRIDGE and Unitransfer operate throughout the university to qualify students for and/or support them with setting up their own business. They offer training and qualification components and network meetings for graduates who would like to become self-employed. The Career Center, the ProUB doctoral centre and the BYRD centre for postdocs provide information on relevant options and opportunities.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsThe University of Bremen has a Contact and Information Office for Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness (KIS) and an Officer for Inclusive Study (BIS) to support students, and it has a diversity officer and a diversity strategy. Student interests are organised in IG Handicap. Among the many provisions are a centrally located quiet room, an accessibility site map, special equipment for people with hearing impairment, services for students with a mental health condition, reasonable adjustments for examinations, and guidelines for teaching staff.
Characteristics of diversity advancementAt the University of Bremen, diversity management is closely connected with anti-discrimination and equal opportunity efforts, and with internationalisation and interculturalism; 2009, “Diversity Charter” signed; 2010 to 2012, University of Bremen took part in two major nationwide projects on diversity in higher education; 2012, “Diversity University” audit, the Vice President International and Diversity developed a diversity strategy in a framework document; services for students with disabilities, children or migrant background.
Other special featuresThe strength of research and third-party funding of the Bremen Political Science Department contributed substantially to the gaining of the "Excellence" title of the University of Bremen in 2012. Due to the high level of third-party funding and the systematic support of young researchers, many junior researchers can be employed, allowing for a wide range of political science courses to be provided.
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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