Bachelor of Arts
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Winter Semester only
Area of study
- Urban Development
We support you personally and continuously in achieving your goals. Based on our proven CORE principle, we have coordinated all learning objectives, forms of examination as well as teaching and learning methods for you in such a way that learning is fun and you will achieve the best possible learning success. Digital teaching and learning content The use of digital elements in teaching is an essential component of our teaching and learning concept. Whether in virtual group rooms, chats with lecturers or in mobile learning apps, with us, you will be optimally prepared for the demands of the modern working world. You will get to know a variety of digital tools and methods that are precisely tailored to the skills that will help you in your studies and later career. Communication platforms such as MS Teams or Zoom are integrated into your everyday study routine as a matter of course. Internationality The SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg maintains a broad network of partnerships around the world to enable you to spend time studying abroad: In a semester abroad, an internship or in a summer school, you can gain unique experiences worldwide, which will bring you unforgettable experiences with lifelong friendships.
Admission to degree courses at the SRH University Heidelberg can be granted to applicants meeting one of the following requirements: - general higher education entrance qualification (A levels) - subject-specific higher education entrance qualification - Entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences - subject-related professional qualification without aptitude test in accordance with Section 59 I "LHG" of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Federal State University Law, i.e. master craftsman’s certificate (Crafts and Trade Code – "HwO") or similar further vocational training (e.g. specialist from the Chamber of Commerce – "IHK") in an area corresponding to the subject and a counselling interview, or with an aptitude test in accordance with Section 59 II "LHG" of Baden-Wuerttemberg, i.e. at least 2 years of completed vocational training in an area relating to the subject and usually at least 3 years of professional experience in an area related to the subject matter. International applicants must provide proof of a qualification for admission to German higher education through certificates of previous education and adequate command of German (DSH or TestDaF examination).
A one-off enrolment fee of EUR 750 will be charged at the beginning of the course.
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