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Sorbian Studies as an academic discipline deals with both of the Sorbian languages and Sorbian culture and literature. The research into didactics and Sorbian Studies conducted in our Institute, structured into the bachelor’s, master’s and teacher-training programmes, is globally one of a kind. Qualified and well-educated graduates are needed, particularly for schools and other teaching and administrative institutions, in both Lower Lusatia in Brandenburg and Upper Lusatia in Saxony, as the Sorbian populations there have protected status as speakers of minority languages. We offer our students a practically-orientated, well-grounded education which aims to develop their linguistic competence and awareness of these languages and their related culture.

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The current timetable in Uppersorbian can be found on:

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Wir bieten im Wintersemester 2019/20 einen Walisisch-Kurs von zwei Semesterwochenstunden an....

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Interview on Tartar Radio with our Irish lecturer Emma Power/Emma de Paor on Minoririty Languages:

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Ab dem Wintersemester 2019/20 bietet das Institut für Sorabistik ein zusätzliches Angebot für...

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Der Abschlussbericht (inkl. Anhang) über die externe Evaluation von Sorbisch/Wendisch-Angeboten der...

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As part of a short-notice three-day state-visit, the president of Ireland, Michael D Higgins,...

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On the occasion of the State Visit by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, we are happy to...

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Mitarbeiter und Studenten des Instituts für Sorabistik haben am 31. Mai 2019 im Sorbischen Haus in...

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Our colleague Ielyzaveta Walther participated in the official opening event of the Year of the...

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Emma Power/Emma De Paor is a native of Ireland and from the Waterford Gaeltacht. She graduated from...

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Die Mitarbeiterin des Instituts für Sorabistik Ielyzaveta Walther sprach am 23. Januar 2019 bei der...

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Am 17. Januar 2019 trafen haben die Leiterin des WITAJ-Sprachzentrums, Dr. Beate Brězan, und ihre...

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Die Mitarbeiterin des Instituts für Sorabistik Ielyzaveta Walther spricht am 23. Januar 2019 bei der...

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The University of Leipzig offers a teaching and study scholarship for Modern Irish for initially 7...

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The calender year 2018 drew to an end with a brilliant paper in our Research Seminar by Mario Helm...

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Postal address:
Universität Leipzig
Institut für Sorabistik
04081 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97 37 650
Fax: +49 341 97 37 659
E-Mail

Address for visitors:
Beethovenstr. 15
04107 Leipzig
room H1 2.06

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Course guidance

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Secretary’s office

Matthias Schlegel / Mato Šlegel

Secretariat, Presence Library
GWZ – Office room H1 2.06
E-Mail
Phone: +49 341 97 37 650

Office hours:

on Tuesdays 12 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
on Wednesdays 12 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
and by arrangement