The Infoblatt_LAG_Englisch_2020-10-01 (pdf, German) provides comprehensive information about the degree structure of the BA degree program and gives information about exams.
The module handbook (pdf, German) provides a detailed table of the prerequisites, learning objectives, work loads and examinations for each module.
The Orientierungshilfe Staatsexamen Englische Sprachwissenschaft offers guidance on the written state exam on linguistics up to and including the spring of 2021, giving information about topics and suggestions for reading. (Please note: Since April 1st, 2018, there has been a revised list of Old English texts. Please see Orientierungshilfe_Englische_Sprachwissenschaft_Neufassung_Erweiterung_April 2018 for more information). From the autumn of 2021 onwards, the following guidelines will apply for the Old English and Middle English exams: Anforderungsprofile_Staatsexamen_Altenglisch_Mittelenglisch_ab_Herbst_2021.
Click here for an A to Z of the most important words, abbreviations and technical terms which you will encounter during your time at FAU, plus some useful links.
In order to study with us, you need to apply for a place, enrol at the university and successfully complete an aptitude test.
- Online Application: Portal campo
- Enrolment (Einschreibung)
- Aptitude Test (Eignungsfeststellungsverfahren)
When you have passed the aptitude test, you can enrol for individual classes via CASSY and OKTIS.
The FAU Student Records Office (Studentenkanzelei) helps you with any general questions regarding studying at FAU. Data for all of the University’s students is managed here.
Our Online platforms for organising your studies help you to create your study plan, see your grades, download seminar notes, manage e-mail addresses, catch up on lectures on the video portal and much more.
‘Mein campus’ allows you to register for exams, check your grades, and print out your official documents and certificate of enrolment.