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M.Ed. Teaching and Learning Processes

Course Description

About the programme

The M.Ed. Teaching and Learning Processes provides you with the access requirements for the First State Examination for teachers, which qualifies you to teach at state-run schools in Germany and opens up a large number of non-school career paths.
In addition, you receive top-notch training in the education sciences, qualifying you for high-powered roles in the school sector as your career progresses. As a graduate of this programme you may also proceed with doctoral study in the education sciences and in the didactics subjects.


– greater teaching competence: a significantly increased pedagogy and psychology component compared to the conventional secondary-school Realschule-track teacher training curriculum
– an international teaching degree: the Master of Education is widely recognised abroad
– excellent staff-student ratio in the Secondary School Education (Realschule) track

Who should study this Master's programme?

This Master's degree is ideal for those graduating from the Bachelor of Education programme offered by the University or one of the long-cycle teacher training programmes concluding with a state examination.

Visit the M.Ed. Teaching and Learning Processes page on the University of Passau website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a prior teaching degree with a result of of 2.7 according to the German marking system, or an equivalent foreign qualification. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a written aptitude test. As this programme is entirely taught in German, you need German language skills at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Course Fees

72 euros per semester (student services contribution and bus pass fee)

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