* At universities of applied sciences you can enroll in bachelor’s programs in a broad range of disciplines, such as economics, health care, fine arts, agriculture and so on. Within each discipline there is a large variety of programs, which can vary in content from one institution to the next.
Universities of applied sciences have a great deal of freedom in determining the content and structure of their programs. This has led to the introduction of honors programs for talented students, of majors and minors, and dual programs, in which you study for a while and then work for a period of time. Most bachelor’s programs are structured around a first year (propedeuse), followed by the main phase of three years.
The focus of the programs is on providing you with the necessary skills and competencies for a job in a specific field. This means that you will get practical, hands-on experience through internships, in addition to classroom instruction, working on projects and group assignments. After obtaining a bachelor's degree you can enroll in a master's program or you can start working in your field of study.
* At research universities you can enroll in bachelor’s programs in a range of disciplines, such as economics, behavioral and social sciences, language and culture, engineering/technology, natural sciences, law or medical sciences. You can also choose an interdisciplinary program in liberal arts: these programs are offered by several university colleges around the country.
The purpose of research-oriented bachelor’s programs is to prepare you for further study as well as employment and to teach you the academic and scientific skills associated with a traditional, academic university program.
The content of the programs can vary from broad to very specialized. At some institutions you need to complete both a major and a minor subject. At almost all bachelor’s programs you need to do a course in research methodology and a bachelor’s thesis. After completing your bachelor's degree, you can continue studying for a master's degree, or you can start working in your field of study.
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