Faculty of Languages and Literatures

The Faculty of Languages and Literatures is home to the philology departments – Classical Philology, English and American Studies, German Studies, and Romance Studies – and the departments of Art History, Classical Archaeology, and Journalism. With 1,110 students in the winter semester 2020, it is the largest faculty at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. More than 20 professors, a large number of research associates, and a team of research support staff ensure that students receive excellent supervision and support.

The common theme among the departments at the Faculty of Languages and Literatures is a focus on culture and media. Language, literature, art, public communication, and media communication are key topics in its research and teaching. The faculty trains its students to be mediators, whether as teachers, journalists, public relations specialists, or other cultural mediators in the broader sense.

Further information

Contact Persons and Committees

Information on contact persons in the dean's office as well as the faculty council, the doctoral committee, the examination board, the women and equal opportunities officers, and the sustainability officer

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Departments and Chairs

Information on the departments and chairs of the Faculty of Languages and Literatures

Degree Programs

Information on the degree programs of the Faculty of Languages and Literatures

Research

Information on research projects of the Faculty of Languages and Literatures as well as on doctoral and post-doctoral research

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Contact

Dean's office
Dean's office of the Faculty of Languages and Literatures
Universitätsallee 1, 85072 Eichstätt