Austria has opened my eyes
Lydia Cope spent her Third Year Abroad in Austria as part of her BAMLC (German, Dutch) degree. She reports on how she embraced the linguistic and cultural richness to the full.
'It is Wunderbar.' Lottie Armett on her First Year studying German
Whether you already have a qualification in German or you are an absolute beginner, you can study German with us deepening your knowledge with the modules "Understanding German History and Culture" and "Visions of Germany". Lottie Armett reports.
SLC Student Ambassadors share their experience
Our students don’t just keep their enthusiasm for languages and cultures to themselves. We talked to Josie Batchelor, who regularly contributes to our Taster Events about what she tells the Year 12 students about her time in SLC.
My Year Abroad: James Cashmore
James Cashmore (BA German, Russian, Dutch) reports from Austria: "Even with Coronavirus my time here has been nothing short of incredible."
Green in Sheffield
Let's not forget about the climate crisis. That was the position of a group of students in German. They combined their drive to live a greener life with their love for German to create a video message for fellow students.
Major contribution to German literary and cultural theory
We congratulate Professor Henk de Berg, whose work is recognized internationally as a major contribution to German literary and cultural theory.
The Idealised Mother and the Socialist Movement in Weimar Germany: Public Lecture by Katherine Calvert (Germanic Studies), 22nd October 2020
Germanic Studies PhD candidate Katherine Calvert will give the 2020 Sylvia Naish Prize lecture online: 1.30pm-3pm, 22nd October 2020.
An unusual way to practise German
Although Coronavirus has interrupted the Year Abroad in recent months, our students Rowan O’Donnell and Otto Weaver have found an unusual way to practise and improve their German.