Graduate School for a Day at the Department of Germanic Studies at the University of Texas at Austin

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September 23, 2020 to September 24, 2020
United States
Subject Fields: 
German History / Studies, Languages, Linguistics, European History / Studies

Dear Colleagues


The Graduate Program in Germanic Studies at The University of Texas at Austin invites you to find out more about graduate study by coming to Austin to experience “Graduate School for a Day” on September 23 and 24, 2020.  (The events will be held over two days; participants may attend one or both days, depending on their schedules and their academic interests.)


Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event will be held online via Zoom.


On your virtual visit you will have the opportunity to sit in on graduate courses, meet with faculty and graduate students, and take a virtual tour of the campus.


Each year the Department of Germanic Studies at the University of Texas at Austin welcomes applications from candidates interested in pursuing graduate studies in German culture, foreign language pedagogy, linguistics, film, or literature. The University of Texas at Austin offers outstanding research opportunities with a first-rate library and the Department hosts the Texas-German Dialect Project and the editorial offices of German Studies Review (the journal of the German Studies Association).  Our faculty members are internationally recognized for their scholarship and numerous courses in other departments at the University also relate to the core fields of German Studies.  Our graduate students regularly present papers at international and national conferences, publish scholarly articles, and win fellowships for study and research as well as teaching awards. Participation in our teaching mission is a crucial part of our graduate program. Beyond teaching in our lower-division language sequence, advanced graduate students may also be able to teach self-designed courses in English. We also have an established reputation for placing our alumni into both academic and non-academic positions.


Graduate students accepted into our program typically receive five years of financial support in the form of fellowships or teaching positions. Funded students also receive tuition assistance and health insurance benefits. We hope to be able to provide outstanding candidates with additional financial support.  You can also find information about our Graduate School for a Day event at .


For more information about our graduate program visit:


If you are interested or have any questions, please contact our Graduate Coordinator, Ms. Monica Urso at


Please RSVP via email by September 15, 2020 if you would like to attend.



We look forward to hearing from you!






Contact Info: 

Monica Urso

Graduate Coordinator

Department of Germanic Studies

University of Texas at Austin