University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Duke University Graduate Program in German Studies

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We seek applicants who demonstrate academic excellence, and we welcome applicants from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds. A Bachelor's degree or the equivalent is required, generally in German Studies or a related field.

The program has a single admissions process that will ensure that incoming students matriculate fully at both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at Duke University.

To apply, click here:

Application deadline: December 8

The first public-private joint venture in German graduate education in the nation.

The Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies represents an innovative response to far-reaching changes in humanities education and research in the United States today.

News and Announcements

Ann Marie Rasmussen recognized for Graduate Mentoring

    • Ann Marie Rasmussen and Graduate Students
Please join us in congratulating Professor Ann Marie Rasmussen, who received the 2014 Dean's Award for Excellence in Graduate Mentoring.
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Annegret Oehme on Arthurian Romances in Medieval Germany

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Graduate Student Annegret Oehme discusses her research on Wigalois, a medieval verse-novel about a knight of Arthur's Round Table.
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Lindsey Brandt awarded Fulbright Fellowship

    • Lindsey Brandt
Congratulations to Lindsey Brandt, who was awarded a Fulbright fellowship to pursue her dissertation research in Berlin. Her project at the intersection between scientific discourse and German-language literature of the 1830s and 1840s. In particular, she is interested in exploring how literature navigates questions of human-nature relations during theā€¦
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