We are pleased that you are interested in one of our degree programmes. On the following pages you will find further information and we will introduce you to the Faculty and the degree programmes from the perspective of the students and professors.
The expectation check allows you to compare your ideas and expectations of the degree program with the actual requirements and program content. You will also gain some initial impressions of health communication as a field of research, of the degree program and of possible future fields of activity.
Here you will also find all the dates for information events at which you can learn more about us and our degree programs. Information on the structure, contents and application for the degree programs can be found on the relevant pages.
What exactly does one do in this degree program?
What is expected of me?
What can I actually do with it later?
You can get a first impression of the requirements for our bachelor's degree program in this video.
The expectation check is intended to help you compare your own knowledge and personal expectations regarding program content, requirements and career opportunities with the actual circumstances. It is not a test of your suitability for the degree program, but is intended to address or clarify important questions about the degree program.
In the expectation check, you will see statements for each topic area that must be marked as true or false. Immediately after answering, you will be notified as to whether your assessment was correct or incorrect and you will also receive a justification or explanation. Allow approx. 10-15 minutes for the check!
You can start the expectation check HERE (currently being revised).
You can get an initial impression of the requirements for our Master's program in this video.
You are welcome to contact our academic advisor and find out more about our Bachelor's degree programme in Health Communication. You can find the contact details and book an appointment here.
Every summer semester, the Faculty presents the Health Communication degree programme as part of the Info Weeks. All information for registration can be found here.
(Dual) orientation internship
The (dual) orientation internship offers you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with study and professional life in the field of health sciences. You can find all the information here.
As part of the taster course, you can take part in various events on our "Health Communication" degree programme and get a first impression. All information for registration can be found here and here you can find our current offer.
Counselling and information services for professionally qualified person and "Studying without a German 'Abitur'"
We are happy to advise you on how you can make the transition from your vocational training or professional life to studying. To check your individual admission and approval requirements, please contact Doris Mahlke. For individual subject-specific advice, please contact our academic advisor. You can find further information here.
You are welcome to contact our academic advisor and find out more about our Master's degree programme in Public Health. You can find the contact details and book an appointment here.
Master's information event
Every year in May, our information event for the Master's degree programme in Public Health takes place. We publish the specific date on our home page under "Dates".
Career orientation offers at your school
We would be happy to come to your school and present our Bachelor courses in Health Communication and also give you a first insight into the Master's in Public Health! We would be happy to take part in a career orientation fair at your school or present our degree programmes in an interactive presentation. Get in touch with us here!
Discover the university! -Visit days for pupils
Bielefeld University offers the opportunity for entire year groups to visit us. Your year group can benefit from various offers. You can find all the information here.
(Dual) orientation internship
The (dual) orientation internship offers school pupils the opportunity to get to know study and professional life in the field of health sciences. You can find all the information here.
Do you have questions about studying health sciences? Then the Student Counselling Service is the right place for you. We offer a wide range of advice and information for prospective students, first-year students and students in the later semesters of the bachelor's and master's programs.
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