Internationale Studieninteressierte

Internationale Studieninteressierte

Wir freuen uns, dass Sie sich für ein Studium an der TU Darmstadt interessieren. Der Fachbereich Gesellschafts- und Geschichtswissenschaften bietet Ihnen Studiengänge mit den Abschlüssen Joint Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Lehramt an Gymnasien und Master of Education.

Informationen rund um ein Vollstudium an der TU Darmstadt:

Studienangebot
Umfassende Liste aller Studiengänge am Fachbereich Gesellschafts- und Geschichtswissenschaften.

Bewerbung und Zulassung
Sie haben Ihre Hochschulzugangsberechtigung an einer internationalen Schule in Deutschland oder im Ausland (z. B. IB, IBO) oder an einer ausländischen Schule im Ausland oder an einem Studienkolleg (z.B. Feststellungsprüfung) erworben? Dann finden Sie alle Informationen dazu hier.

Bewerbungsfristen
Alle wichtige Termine im Überblick.

TUCaN und Studienorganisation

Studienstart
Der International Student Services bietet Infoveranstaltungen auf Deutsch und Englisch zu Fachbereichen, Universitätsverwaltung, Beratungsangeboten, Bibliothek, Sprachkursen, Sportgruppen, usw.

Campusleben
Freunde treffen, einem Hobby nachgehen, das Darmstädter Nachtleben unsicher machen – wer studiert, braucht auch einen ordentlichen Ausgleich. Die TU Darmstadt bietet ihren Studentinnen und Studenten ein breites Angebot außerhalb der Hörsäle.

Sie sind Studierender an einer Partneruniversität der TU Darmstadt und möchten während Ihres Studiums ein oder zwei Semester an der TU Darmstadt studieren?

Sie finden alle Informationen rund um Ihren Aufenthalt an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt auf der Seite von TU International.

Um allen Austauschstudierenden der TU Darmstadt einen guten Start in Darmstadt und an der TU zu ermöglichen, organisiert die Universität jährlich die sogenannten Experience Weeks (auch X-Weeks genannt). Diese umfassen Intensivsprachkurse, Welcome Day, Welcome Party, Ausflüge, interkulturelle Workshops und vieles mehr. Weitere Informationen zu Experience Weeks

Freunde treffen, einem Hobby nachgehen, das Darmstädter Nachtleben unsicher machen – wer studiert, braucht auch einen ordentlichen Ausgleich. Die TU Darmstadt bietet ihren Studentinnen und Studenten ein breites Angebot außerhalb der Hörsäle. Weitere Informationen zum Campusleben.

Im Folgenden finden Sie eine Liste von englischsprachigen Lehrveranstaltungen Fachbereich Gesellschafts- und Geschichtswissenschaften aus vergangenen Semestern. Für weitere Informationen, beispielsweise der Inhalt der Kurse benutzen Sie bitte die WebPortal TUCaN. Dort finden Sie weitere Lehrveranstaltungen, allerdings werden die meisten von ihnen primär auf Deutsch angeboten.

TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0012-ps The European Union’s Foreign Policy and the Middle East
02-03-0043-se Public Administration and Local Governance in Turkey
02-03-0154-se The Political Economy of Development
02-03-0162-se Democracy Human Rights and Turkey`s EU Accession Process
02-03-0163-se Democracy Promotion
02-03-0163-se Global Orders in Theory & Practice
02-03-0163-se Introduction to Gender and Politics
02-03-0154-se On the Concept of Iran and the Iranian Cultural Sphere: Iran in West-Asia
02-04-0420-se World Wide Wood – A global history of the environment from a data perspective, 1800-1914
02-21-2202-vl Philosophy of Science and of Research in the Humanities
02-22-2102-se Questionnaire Design
02-22-2103-se Case Study Methodology
02-25-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1051-tt Tutorial Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1073-ue Corpus Processing: Programming for Corpus Linguistics
02-25-1076-se Corpus and Computational Linguistics I
02-25-2002-se Corpus Approaches to Conceptual History in International Realtions
02-25-2002-se Doing Corpus Linguistics – Data, Statistics, Interpretation
02-25-2201-tt Data and Discourse Studies (Tutorial)
02-25-2201-vl Data and Discourse Studies (Lecture)
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0154-se Global Energy Markets and Politics
02-03-0154-se International Organizations
02-03-0154-se Introduction to Terrorism Studies
02-03-0161-se Observational vs. experimental research in political science
02-03-0162-se Risk governance in times of global change: how to manage the impacts of climate change?
02-03-0163-se Human Rights and Forced Migration
02-03-0165-se Introduction to Civil Wars
02-04-0420-se The AI's have it? Reflections on the History, Present, and Future of AI-Human Relationships
02-22-2103-se Survey Nonresponse
02-25-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-25-1074-ue Sentiment and Scandal
02-25-2002-se Corpus Approaches to Discourse Semantics
02-25-2002-se Implicit Knowledge in Discourse
02-25-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-25-2010-ue Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
02-25-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0043-se Public Administration and Local Governance in Turkey
02-03-0147-se The EU between Governance and Government
02-03-0158-se The American State in Comparative Pespective
02-03-0162-se The State: Origins and Development around the World
02-03-0163-se Democracy promotion: Actors, objectives, critiques
02-03-0163-se Geopolitics – contemporary issues and debates
02-03-0163-se Human rights and environmental protection: theory and practice
02-04-0430-ue Traces of the digital age: new sources for the contemporary historian
02-21-2202-vl Philosophy of Science and of Research in the Humanities
02-22-2102-se Methodological Innovations in Surveys
02-25-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1051-tt Tutorial Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1073-ue Corpus Processing: Programming for Corpus Linguistics
02-25-1076-se Corpus and Computational Linguistics I
02-25-2002-se Methods of Discourse Analysis Linguistics
02-25-2002-se Research Topics in Digital Linguistics
02-25-2201-tt Data and Discourse Studies (Tutorial)
02-25-2201-vl Data and Discourse Studies (Lecture)
02-25-2222-pj Discourse Analysis Project (guided self-study)
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0162-se Democracy Promotion: Theory vs. Practice
02-03-0162-se Forced Migration and International Relations
02-03-01623-se Environmental Political Theory
02-03-0162-se Global Climate Politics
02-03-0162-se Global Energy Politics
02-03-0163-se Regime Change: Democratization and Democratic Backsliding
02-03-0163-se Risk governance in times of global change: how to manage the impacts of climate change?
02-03-0164-se Human Rights Theories
02-04-0120-se The first Midlothian Campaign
02-22-2103-se Questionnaire Design
02-25-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-25-1094-ku Language Course English as a Scientific Language II: Scientific Writing
02-25-1094-ku Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
02-25-2002-se Annotation and Pragmatics
02-25-2002-se Decoding the Gothic
02-25-2002-se Digital Discourse Analysis
02-25-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-25-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
02-25-2067-ku Language Course II
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0154-se Global Development Politics
02-03-0158-se Perspectives on the American State
02-03-0162-se Nation-state, Nation and Nationalism in Iran
02-03-0163-se Human rights and environmental protection: theory and practice
02-03-0164-se Political Philosophy and Political Institutions
02-03-0165-se Business Responsibilities for Human Rights
02-04-0130-ue Climate History from the Late Antiquity to the Anthropogenic Warming (c. 500 – 2000 C. E.)
02-11-1010-se John Dewey: Logic. The Theory of Inquiry
02-21-2202-vl Philosophy of Science and of Research in the Humanities
02-22-2103-se Experimental designs in the social sciences
02-22-2206-se Architecture at the intersection of Identity, Culture and Otherness
02-25-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1051-tt Tutorial Introduction to Linguistics I
02-25-1073-ue Corpus Processing: Programming for Corpus Linguistics
02-25-1076-se Corpus and computational linguistics I
02-25-2002-se Corpus Approaches to Discourse Analysis
02-25-2002-se Terminology in Academic Discourse
02-25-2201-tt Data and Discourse Studies (Tutorial)
02-25-2201-vl Data and Discourse Studies (Lecture)
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-12-M032-se Telephone Surveys
02-03-0044-ku Forget Populism?
02-03-0048-se Democracy Promotion and Its Critics
02-03-0048-se Democracy, Human Rights and Turkey's accession to EU
02-03-0048-se Humanitarian Intervention, Genocide, and International Relations Theory
02-03-0150-ku Perspectives on the American state
02-03-0154-se Comparative political economy of Central and Eastern Europe in the shadow of the crisis
02-04-0130-ue Key Texts and Sources of the Historiography of the Enlightenment
02-15-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-15-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-15-2010-ue Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
02-15-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-04-0130-ue Charles Darwin
02-03-0015-ps Democracy and Authoritariansm in Peripheral Countries
02-03-0048-se European Union – Turkey Relations
02-03-0147-se National Executive Actors in EU Policy-Making
02-03-0154-se Global Climate Politics
02-12-M032-se Questionnaire Design
02-15-1076-se Corpus and computational linguistics I
02-15-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1073-ue Programming for corpus linguistics
02-15-2018-ue Language Course
02-15-1051-tt Tutorium Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1093-ku Sprachenkurs Englisch als Wissenschaftssprache I: Lexis, Grammatik, Text – Gruppe A
02-15-1093-ku Sprachenkurs Englisch als Wissenschaftssprache I: Lexis, Grammatik, Text – Gruppe B
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0151-ku Critical Theory and the Crises of the Left
02-03-0048-se Epochal Change and International Relations in the Modern World
02-03-0048-se Law and Development
02-03-0154-se Governance in areas of limited statehood
02-04-0130-ue Reading the City – Classic Texts on the City and Urbanization
02-11-2021-ku Varieties of Experiment and Measurement in Technoscience – The Case of Synthetic Biology
02-12-M031-se Nonresponse in Survey Research
02-12-M021-se Studying Contemporary Capitalism: Concepts and Critiques
02-15-1083-se Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat: British Political Speeches in a linguistic and historical perspective
02-15-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-15-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-15-1094-ku English language course II: academic writing
02-15-2010-ue Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
02-15-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
02-15-2018-ue Language Course
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0048-se Governance, Institution Building and Anti-corruption Policies
02-03-0154-se The politics of green transformations in the global south
02-04-0130-ue Early Modern London – A Changing City
02-12-M422-se Spaces of Conflict in Contested Cities
02-15-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1051-tt Tutorial Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1073-ue Programming for corpus linguistics
02-15-1076-se Corpus and computational linguistics I
02-15-1093-ku English language course I: lexis, grammar, text
02-15-2007-ue Processing Digital Texts: Corpora and Corpus Tools
02-15-2018-ue Language Course
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0045-se Critical Theory and the Crises of the Left …
02-03-0039-se Energy and state capacities in BRIC countries
02-03-0040-se EU and Central Asia
02-03-0152-se Global Energy Politics
02-03-0048-se The psychology of international relations
02-03-0044-ku The EU anti-corruption regime
02-04-0120-se How Scots Invented The Modern World. Narratives of Scottish Nationalism from William Wallace to Mark Renton
02-04-0120-se The African-American Civil Rights Movement, 1954–1969
02-15-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-15-1094-ku English language course II: academic writing
02-15-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-15-2018-ue Language Course
02-15-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
02-15-2010-ue Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-03-0044-ku Human Rights and environmental protection: theory and practice
02-03-0048-se Critical International Relations Theory
02-03-0048-se Global Climate Politics
02-03-0048-se Technology Governance and Governance Through Technology
02-03-0048-se Migration in Global Governance
02-04-0130-ue Environmental History: Concepts and Sources
02-04-0430-ue Sources of African History
02-04-0722-os Infrastructures in Transition: The case of African Cities
02-12-M032-se Questionnaire Design
02-15-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1076-se Corpus and computational linguistics I
02-15-1093-ku English language course I: lexis, grammar, text
02-15-2007-ue Processing Digital Texts: Corpora and Corpus Tools
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-02-0301-se Advanced SPSS course
02-02-0302-se Using Mobile Phones in Web Surveys
02-02-8301-se Bodies in Popular Culture
02-03-0012-ps Vergleich II: North American Government. Comparing Canada and the United States (Bachelor / Teaching degrees)
02-03-0040-se Varieties and capacities of federal institutional arrangements: democracy, diversity management and reform capacity in plural Western democracies (Master)
02-03-0048-se Emotions in International Politics (Master)
02-03-0048-se Ontological Securities in World Politics (Master)
02-04-0130-ue Macaulay on India
02-04-0400-vl Ringvorlesung The making of urban resilience: critical infrasturctures in Africa
02-15-1052-gk Introduction to linguistics II
02-15-1055-gk Introduction to literary studies II
02-15-1068-ue Excercise digital philology: introduction
02-15-1094-ku English language course II: academic writing
02-15-2009-se Computer Applications in Linguistics
02-15-2010-ue Standard Tools for Linguistics and Humanities Computing
02-15-2011-ue Methods and Techniques for Natural Language Processing
TUCaN-Nr. / Lehrveranstaltung
02-02-0422-se Gender and Representation: Ways of Seeing
02-03-0039-se Die EU, Russland und die Ukraine. Perzeptionsanalyse der Selbst- und Fremdwahrnehmung in den Medien (Governance in Comparative Perspective)
02-03-0040-se Science und Politics in Climate Change Policy
02-03-0043-se Local government in Germany and Turkey: Current challenges of German and Turkish cities
02-03-0044-ku Policy Expertise in Democratic Governance
02-03-0132-ps Methods III: Planning and conducting empirical surveys in political science
02-03-0147-se The EU-Turkey Relations in Europeanization Context
02-04-0400-vl Urban Technologies, 1850 – 2000
02-04-0722-os Urban Technologies in Africa
02-05-0073-se Utopia and Dystopia
02-15-1050-gk Introduction to Linguistics I
02-15-1051-tt Introduction to Linguistics I – Tutorial
02-15-1053-gk Introduction to Literary Studies I
02-15-1054-tt Introduction to Literary Studies I – Tutorial
02-15-1065-ku Techniques of philological investigation
02-15-1066-ku Techniques of philological data processing
02-15-1093-ku English language course I: lexis, grammar, text
02-15-2002-se Developments and challenges of corpus and computational linguistics
02-15-2018-ue Language Course: Academic Writing for Digital Humanities and Sciences