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German Language and Literature, Department
- Universitätsstraße 10
- 78457 Konstanz
- Phone: +49 7531 88-2421
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Special features regarding teachingHigh level of student participation in teaching primarily thanks to use of seminars; High level of interdisciplinarity thanks to regular courses with teachers from other philologies as well as Aesthetics and Media Sciences. High focus on methods at all levels. The linguistic laboratories are an essential component of teaching in the department and thus contribute significantly to student training.
Special features regarding the international orientationJoint student mobility programme of the literature and linguistics departments. Own Erasmus coordination and internationalisation coordination office. The departments pursue a coordinated internationalisation strategy with the aim of developing student and lecturer mobility quantitatively and qualitatively.
Common partner universities for exchangeUnivesität Wien, Österreich; ENS Lyon, Frankreich; Universität Lyon II; Karlsuniversität Prag; University of Durham, GB; University Warwick, GB; St. Olaf College, USA; University College Cork, Irland
Special features regarding the equipmentThe department of Linguistics has modern, well-equipped laboratories for experimental linguistics where corpus and computer linguistics studies, speech production and speech perception experiments, as well as psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic studies can be pursued.
Special features regarding research activitiesIntegration of German Literature in excellence cluster 16 "Cultural Foundations of Integration"; The current topics of the research group "Questions at the Interfaces" are directly integrated into teaching.
Website with further information on research activitieshttps://www.ling.uni-konstanz.de/forschung/
Other special featuresIn the field of Linguistics, the study of all basic theoretical areas of linguistic theory are combined with quantitative research in Experimental Linguistics (Phonetics, Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics), and Computer Linguistics.
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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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