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Bachelor

Social Sciences with a specialisation in Intercultural Relations (BA)

You will learn about social and political relations, deal professionally with the social integration of migrants, handle intercultural situations competently and prepare to work in an international environment. More information about the six-semester BA programme in Social Sciences with a specialisation in Intercultural Relations is available here.

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Social Law (LLB)

You will specialise in the field of social law and acquire an understanding of legal, political, social and economic principles. You will discuss issues relating to justice and learn to help people in socially difficult situations to assert their rights. You resolve legal disputes and find out-of-court solutions. You will gain practical experience. Information about course content and the application procedure for the seven-semester BA programme in Social Law (LLM) is available here.

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Master

Social Law and Social Economy (LLM)

This study programme is a future-oriented alternative to a traditional degree in law. You will acquire a thorough understanding of the social services system and learn about social law, economic and social backgrounds. You will support providers or recipients of social benefits. You will learn from practitioners and judges and staff of the German Federal Social Court. Information - in German - about the study programme and application procedure for the three-semester cooperative Master's degree in Social Law and Social Economy (LLM) offered by the University of Kassel and Fulda University of Applied Sciences is available on the website of Kassel University.

 

 

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Intercultural Communication and European Studies (MA)

You will acquire the competencies and skills needed for a position in an international environment or with a European focus. You will communicate competently with people from other cultures and study in German and English in an international group. The programme is geared towards German and international students with a first degree in social sciences, political sciences, law, philology and similar subjects. Information about the study programme and application procedure for the four-semester bilingual Master's degree in Intercultural Communication and European Studies (MA) is available here.

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