Since the 2011/12 winter semester, the Bachelor of Arts programmes in Classical Philology have been available as a part-time as well as full-time course.
Studying on a part-time basis is particularly helpful for students with children, working students and students with disabilities or chronic illnesses, as the extended study period reduces the workload during the semester.
When studied part time, the bachelor's degree course takes 12 semesters instead of 6 semesters. The master’s degree courses take 6 or 8 semesters instead of 3 or 4 semesters.
You do not need to provide any reasons to enrol on a part-time course. You may also switch from a full-time model to a part-time model in any semester’s enrolment period. This reduces the workload in each semester by half.
Part-time studies are governed by the part-time study regulations (Ordnung für das Teilzeitstudium).
For more information on studying part time, see the corresponding page on the University website.
Flyer (479.8 KB, 2 pages) about single-module and part-time studies