Find out what undergraduate study in German involves.
Find out more about enrolling in a German language course for the first time.
The Stage I courses you can take as part of German.
The Stage II courses you can take as part of German.
The Stage III courses you can take as part of German.
Information about postgraduate programmes in German.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of German.
Information on PhD study and doctoral research areas.
Current German students and recent graduates tell their own stories.
The subject German is located within the School of European Language and Literatures.
German is the native language of more than 90 million people. It is an important language of trade, with Germany the third largest economy and second largest exporter in the world.
Knowledge of German also gives you access to a rich literary, intellectual and cultural tradition. German thought and culture has made a major contribution to Western science, philosophy, theology, music and art.
German and your career
Graduates in German work as teachers, librarians, in managerial positions, in government service (such as foreign affairs and trade), in tourism, business and industry.
Study options in German
German is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and is taught by the School of European Languages and Literatures.