German is the most widely spoken language in Western Europe and is becoming increasingly important as a business language in Eastern Europe.German history, science and culture have had a huge impact across the entire world, and graduate employers recognise the need for a broad cultural education alongside language skills.At the University of Edinburgh, you will explore this history and culture alongside the study of the German language.
German at Edinburgh has an excellent reputation for its research. It covers a broad range of topics, including German-Jewish writing, Medieval studies, East German studies, the Third Reich and the Holocaust, gender and politics, disability, travel writing, theatre and translation.
The University’s Business degrees are highly sought-after programmes, accredited by a wide range of leading business education organizations and professional bodies. Leading graduate employers are involved across the curriculum. The subject’s main focus is on the management of organizations. It looks at the theories and methods behind successful management and explores the relationships between people, organizations and their environment. Students study organizational policies, strategic planning, employment relations, finance, marketing and technology.