Did you know?
Germany is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Europe.
It’s the second most commonly used scientific language.
German is the most common heritage for Americans.
Undergraduates in the German bachelor’s degree program at The University of Toledo become conversationally competent, as well as culturally competent. Both traits are important to employers — whether you’re interested in teaching or translating, or a career in international business, government, foreign services or the tourism industry.
A degree in a foreign language can:
UToledo graduates with German degrees are equipped with 21st-century skills that help them succeed in today’s interconnected world. They learn to:
UToledo German students are prepared for careers in:
Some go on to graduate schools and seek careers as:
UToledo German students have been granted internships in Germany from the American Association of Teachers of German.
Study abroad program directors can help UToledo students find internships while they study abroad. Students work or volunteer in: