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The German National Library houses the largest national collection of online dissertations in Europe. We have been collecting online dissertations and theses since 1998. Since then, the collection has grown to more than 284,000 documents (as of November 2020).

Since these activities began under the aegis of DissOnline more than 20 years ago, electronic publishing has become a part of everyday university life. This is due to the close cooperation between universities, their libraries and computer centres, and representatives of academia as well as the long-standing support provided through projects funded by the German Research Foundation ( DFG ).

The DissOnline project was brought to a successful, sustainable conclusion. Stakeholders whose initiative had supported DissOnline then became free to transfer their commitment to other areas. In June 2012, the DissOnline advisory committee therefore decided to integrate the functions and information on the website into the German National Library’s services. This is particularly relevant in terms of the deposit of works with the German National Library. The extended metadata format XMetaDissPlus enables all types of publications and documents available in subject-specific and institutional repositories and on university servers to be deposited in just one fully automated transaction.

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The DissOnline portal is also integrated into the German National Library's catalogue as a search option. This means that online dissertations are listed as a component of the German National Library’s collection alongside traditional printed dissertations, other online university publications and academic literature. Our catalogue offers a wide variety of search options that are constantly being developed and optimised further. You will find an explanation of all the available search options here:

Guide to searching dissertations and theses in the German National Library’s catalogue (only available in German)

In order to enhance the international visibility of the collection, the metadata for all German online dissertations is continually delivered to DART , the European portal for online dissertations. NDLTD : Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations is committed to the promotion of electronic publishing in the academic sector beyond Europe. The International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) takes place every year.

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Online university publications have been collected, catalogued and archived at the German National Library since 1998. The illustration shows how the percentage of online publications has developed over the years since this work began. Here it must be considered that although dissertations are subject to a mandatory publication obligation and an obligation to be placed on deposit with the German National Library, only an approximate impression of doctoral and publication activities in Germany can be given.

As the statistics refer to the year in which the publication was released rather than the year in which it was deposited, it is quite possible that figures may rise in succeeding years. This applies in particular to the most recent full year.

Graphical representation: Proportion of online publications in relation to the total number of dissertations and habilitation by year of publication in the collection of the German National Library

The DissOnline projects

  • 1998–2000 Dissertations Online
  • 2003–2004 Establishment of a coordinating body for online university publications
  • 2005–2007 DissOnline Tutor
  • 2005–2008 Establishment of a portal for online university publications

The intensive cooperation between all partners and sponsors also made it possible to start collecting dissertations and theses on a voluntary basis in 1998, eight years before the amendment to the Law Regarding the German National Library and the provision stipulating the mandatory deposit of online publications.

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Before you start your search ....

Before you start your search you should know that there are different PhD models:

  • Individual doctorate  or
  • Structured PhD programmes

What's the difference? Check out our  overview of the various ways to do your PhD in Germany  

Find your individual doctorate

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The "traditional" or "individual" path to a PhD remains the most common in Germany. An individual doctorate involves a thesis or dissertation that is produced under the  supervision of one professor . This form of PhD study offers a great deal of  flexibility , but demands a high degree of  personal initiative  and responsibility.

How to find your PhD supervisor

In Germany there is no central admissions or selection office for doctoral students. Therefore, your first step is to find a suitable professor who is willing to be your supervisor.

One way to find a supervisor is to look for a university institute that matches your area of research. The following online search engines might help you find a suitable supervisor:

  • GERiT – German research institutions GERiT is a website containing information on approximately 29,000 research institutions in Germany. GERiT allows the user to search easily by location or subject. It provides all the information needed to choose an institution at which to research, study or do a doctorate.
  • Finding a PhD position PhDGermany publishes PhD openings in Germany that specifically target international applicants. Accordingly, in most cases the working language is English. Fluent knowledge of German is only required for certain special positions. PhDGermany helps you find the right PhD opening or supervisor for your doctoral thesis and assists you with the online application process.
  • Higher Education Compass   This database provides up-to-date information from universities about doctoral opportunities in Germany. The search engine enables you to carry out targeted searches on the basis of departments, admission requirements and form of doctoral thesis.

Furthermore,  your contacts with your professors or previous university  could help direct you to a suitable department or potential supervisor in Germany.

It is also helpful to attend  academic conferences  in your own subject area. There you will be able to exchange information and make contacts ­– and perhaps even find a future PhD supervisor.

Find your structured PhD programme

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Structured PhD programmes in Germany are frequently very similar to the PhD programmes in English-speaking countries, in which a  team of supervisors  look after a  group of doctoral students . Around 12,000 doctoral students from abroad – roughly one in four – do their PhDs in structured programmes. As a rule, it is possible to complete a doctorate in four to five years.

Where to find your PhD programme

There is no central database of all structured PhD programmes in Germany. You can usually find these programmes directly through the respective universities, graduate schools or non-university research institutions. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) database is also a good place to look. Here you will find a large number of PhD programmes that are specially aimed at international doctoral students.

International doctoral programme database

Are you interested in an international doctoral programme in Germany? This DAAD database presents a selection of roughly 230 international doctoral programmes in Germany. The database can be searched according to different criteria. 

Doctoral programmes at universities

Many universities offer structured doctoral programmes, which they publicise on their websites. The Student Advisory Service or Graduate Centre at the respective university will also provide help here. You can find the relevant addresses using the Higher Education Compass provided by the German Rectors’ Conference.

​​​​​​​DFG-funded research training groups

Research training groups are also funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation, DFG) for a period of up to nine years. Their key emphasis is on the qualification of doctoral researchers within the framework of a focused research programme and a structured training strategy. > Current Research Training Groups

Helmholtz Research Schools, Colleges and Graduate Schools

The Helmholtz Association is Germany’s largest scientific organisation. In collaboration with various institutions of higher education, Helmholtz Association research centres have established structured PhD programmes under the auspices of Helmholtz Graduate Schools, Helmholtz Research Schools and Colleges. > PhD Candidates 

Leibniz Graduate Schools

The Leibniz Association connects 97 research institutes that conduct problem-oriented research and provide scientific infrastructure of national and international importance. Together with universities they run structured PhD programmes in Leibniz Graduate Schools. > Leibniz Graduate Schools

International Max Planck Research Schools

The Max Planck Society specialises in innovative basic research and its institutes are able to offer up-and-coming researchers excellent infrastructure and support. The website lists the programmes available at International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS): > International Max Planck Research Schools  

Max Planck Schools

In Germany, the best researchers in a specific field are often work at different universities and non-university research institutions spread throughout the country. The Max Planck Schools serve as hubs which gather this distributed knowledge. Here, the brightest minds in their fields have come together from within the scientific community to interconnect in faculties made up of active researchers. Students gain access to these unique networks, learn in close personal exchange from leaders in their fields and their peers, and enjoy access to outstanding infrastructure. Currently, three Schools are operating in the fields of Cognition, Matter to Life, and Photonics.

Where can I find out about requirements?

Application procedures  differ from programme to programme . The precise requirements and deadlines can be found on the website of the respective university, research training group or graduate school. You should therefore first choose a PhD programme and/or graduate school.

You've found the position you want to apply for, but how does applying to a potential supervisor or structured PhD programme work in Germany? Find out more here.

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  • Orbis (Yale dissertations only) Orbis holds records for all Yale dissertations for which microfilm copies exist, i.e. all dissertations completed in departments of the Graduate School since 1965, plus select dissertations completed in departments of the Graduate School between 1892 & 1965. Yale dissertations can be located in Orbis by: (1) Entering the author / title in a Simple Search (2) Using the terms “dissertation” or “thesis” and words known to be in the bibliographic record in a Keyword search. more... less... If you do not locate a Yale dissertation in Orbis, check the card catalog at Manuscripts and Archives. Except for some early dissertations that are not available, all Yale dissertations are held at Manuscripts and Archives.
  • ProQuest Dissertations & Theses This database makes nearly every dissertation ever filed in the United States available in PDF format. Not all dissertations are available, however, as authors with dissertations under contract with a press are sometimes encouraged not to make their dissertations freely available. In these cases you can at least read an abstract. Note that you can search by school, department, and adviser.

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  • DART-Europe The European portal for finding electronic theses and dissertations. DART-Europe is a partnership of research libraries and library consortia who are working together to improve global access to European research theses.
  • Deutsche Nationalbibliothek German dissertations since 1998 are comprehensively collected by the National Library of Germany, so search its online catalog by clicking on the link above.
  • Dissonline Searches electronic university publications held by the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, including dissertations and "Habilitationen".
  • Electronic Theses Online Service (EThOS) EThOS offers free access, in a secure format, to the full text of electronically stored UK theses--a rich and vast body of knowledge.
  • Index to Theses A Comprehensive Listing of Theses with Abstracts Accepted for Higher Degrees by Universities in Great Britain and Ireland since 1716. Abstracts are available from many theses since 1970 and for all since 1986.
  • Österreichische Dissertationsdatenbank This database references over 55,000 dissertations and theses held at Austrian universities; select dissertations are available online.

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  • CRL Center for Research Libraries Foreign Doctoral Dissertations Holds 800,000 dissertations from universities outside the U.S. and Canada. However, only 20,000 of these are cataloged in the database. If you know the exact title of a dissertation and do not find it in the database, CRL recommends searching the CRL Catalog. If the title does not appear in the database or the catalog, contact CRL directly to inquire if it is held. CRL continues to acquire about 5,000 titles per year from major universities.
  • Networked Digital Library of Theses & Dissertations (NDLTD) The NDLTD is an international organization dedicated to promoting the adoption, creation, use, dissemination, and preservation of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). The NDLTD Catalog contains more than one million records of electronic theses and dissertations. For students and researchers, the Union Catalog makes individual collections of NDLTD member institutions and consortia appear as one seamless digital library of ETDs.
  • The Universal Index of Doctoral Dissertations in Progress This site holds a database of voluntarily-registered, author-identified doctoral dissertations in progress around the world. Its goal is to avoid duplications in doctoral dissertations, create the ultimate meeting place for researchers, and allow for interaction between them. Bear in mind, though, that only dissertations which have been registered by their authors can be found in the database. Registration and access to the database are free.
  • Theses Canada This is your central access point for Canadian theses. From here you will be able to: - search AMICUS, Canada's national online catalog, for bibliographic records of all theses in Library and Archives Canada's theses collection; - access & search the full text electronic versions of numerous Canadian theses and dissertations; - find out everything you need to know about Theses Canada, including how to find a thesis, information on copyright, etc.
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Submission Procedure: just a few steps

1. Enter metadata

Please log in on Refubium . For login information, see Login . Then you can start a new submission . Please select the collection Dissertationen FU . Describe your dissertation in detail in the online form. Mandatory fields are marked in bold. A clickable i provides more details about the fields.

2. Upload file(s)

We recommend that you upload your doctoral thesis or habilitation treatise as one pdf file; however, if that is not possible, there is no limit to the number of files you can upload. The files must be searchable ( optical character recognition ) in order to guarantee a full text search. In addition, the files must not contain password protection nor any document restrictions. Please avoid special characters and blanks in file names.

3. Accepting the publication agreement

By accepting the publication agreement , you allow a long term archiving of your document. Furthermore, you agree to the worldwide availability of your document.

4. Formal examination and e-mail confirmation

After you successfully uploaded your document, it is in our „workflow“ area. Your document is not yet published. The editorial team Dissertation Online will check the metadata and the pdf file and will then inform you about necessary corrections via e-mail (where applicable). For this we will contact you via the e-mail address of your login. As soon as all the requirements on metadata and the pdf file of your dissertation are met, we will ask you to have the required printed copies made and to submit them in our office (along with the imprimatur).

5. Acknowledgement of receipt and online availability

Upon receiving the printed copies and the imprimatur (personally or by post), the editorial team Dissertation Online checks the printed version and the online version for consistency. Provided that all requirements are fulfilled and all the necessary data are complete, we will issue your acknowledgement of receipt, and your thesis will be made available world wide.

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Doctoral studies and doctoral thesis

The aim of a Ph.D. is to demonstrate independent scientific working. This includes the realization of a Ph.D. project as well as the writing of the doctoral thesis.

Doctoral studies

For doctoral students, who have been accepted before 1.3.2022, the doctoral study programme of 2011 applies: Ordnung zum Promotionsausbildungsprogramm .

For doctoral students, who have been accepted as of 1.3.2022, the doctoral study programme of 2022 applies: Studienordnung zum Promotionsstudium .

Course for the elective modules can be selected from our joint cooperation programme by GSU, University of Cologne and TH Köln. An overview of individual modules, courses and links, can be found here .

Upon completion of the doctoral studies graduates should possess the following skills:

  • Interdisciplinary competences and basics in order to realize research projects across different disciplines
  • Research competences as a prerequisite for independent scientific working
  • Key competences to enhance knowledge and project management as well as internationally accepted publication strategies
  • Proficiencies for qualified teaching
  • Support for research cooperations via the integration into exchange progammes and participation in congresses

All registered students are entitled to take part in the doctoral studies.

For most courses, doctoral students need to register/apply for courses before each semester using the two LSF-phases . In order to take part in the registration process, students need to be enrolled.

An overview of course dates and times can be found online on LSF . The registration/application for courses can be done via the button "Administration of study". Here you can then register/apply for specific courses and dates.

Following the awarding procedure, you can see your individual schedule after login.

Dissertation/Doctoral thesis

Doctoral students can chosse between a monograph or a cumulative dissertation. In the case of a cumulative dissertation studies are published in academic journals. Depending on the publisher/journal authors are asked to pay publication fees. In the context of the so called DEAL-project scientists of the German Sport University Cologne are now permitted to publish open access in hybrid journals of the publisher Wiley and Springer Nature without additional costs. Further information can be found here .

Good scientific practice

The basis of the Ph.D. is the scientific work. You should make sure in your own work that you avoid scientific misconduct. At the same time the supervisor is responsible to recognize scientific misconduct and advise as well as support Ph.D. students regarding scientific matters. Further topics are summarized in our "Guidelines for good scientific practice" (Leitlinien guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis).

In the case of suspicion regarding scientific misconduct or other aspects that are not covered as part of other consultations, students and lecturers are free to contact the ombuds person at GSU at any time.

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Reindl, Donald F. "Language contact: German and Slovenian." Bochum Brockmeyer, 2005.

Kühtz, Stefan. "Phraseologie und Formulierungsmuster in medizinischen Texten." Tübingen Narr, 2007.̲ar=1&doke̲xt=htm.

Smirnova, Elena. "Die Entwicklung der Konstruktion "würde" + Infinitiv im Deutschen : eine funktional-semantische Analyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung sprachhistorischer Aspekte /." Berlin [u.a.] : de Gruyter, 2006.

Venohr, Elisabeth. "Textmuster und Textsortenwissen aus der Sicht des Deutschen als Fremdsprache : textdidaktische Aspekte ausgewählter Textsorten im Vergleich Deutsch-Französisch-Russisch." Frankfurt am Main [u.a.] : Lang, 2007.

Lüngen, Harald. "A hierarchical model of German morphology in a spoken language lexicon environment." [S.l. : s.n.], 2002.

Fricke, Silke. "Phonological awareness skills in German speaking preschool children." Idstein : Schulz-Kirchner, 2007.

Flaate, Inghild. "Die "als"-Prädikative im Deutschen eine syntaktisch-semantische Analyse." Tübingen Stauffenburg-Verl, 2007.

Kashapova, Dina. "Kunst, Diskurs und Nationalsozialismus : semantische und pragmatische Studien /." Tübingen : Niemeyer, 2006.

Benkwitz, Annaliese. "Kontrastive phonetische Untersuchungen zum Rhythmus : britisches Englisch als Ausgangssprache - Deutsch als Zielsprache /." Frankfurt am Main [u.a.] : Lang, 2004.

Johannes, Elisabeth. "DEUTSCH 1, 2, 3!! : an interactive, multimedia, web-based program for the German foreign language classroom." Thesis, Link to the online version, 2007.

Nolda, Andreas. "Die Thema-Integration : Syntax und Semantik der "gespaltenen Topikalisierung" im Deutschen." Tübingen Stauffenburg, 2007.̲ar=1&doke̲xt=htm.

Liimatainen, Annikki. "Untersuchungen zur Fachsprache der Ökologie und des Umweltschutzes im Deutschen und Finnischen : Bezeichnungsvarianten unter einem geschichtlichen, lexikografischen, morphologischen und linguistisch-pragmatischen Aspekt /." Frankfurt am Main : Lang, 2008.

Weber, Sabrina [Verfasser], Markus [Gutachter] Bader, and Gert [Gutachter] Webelhuth. "Nominal modification in language production: Extraposition of prepositional phrases in german / Sabrina Weber ; Gutachter: Markus Bader, Gert Webelhuth." Frankfurt am Main : Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg, 2019.

Cristante, Valentina [Verfasser], and Sarah [Akademischer Betreuer] Schimke. "The processing of non-canonical sentences in children with German as a first or second language and German adults evidence from an eye-tracking study / Valentina Cristante ; Betreuer: Sarah Schimke." Münster : Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Münster, 2016.

Engelbrecht, Natasha. "Zur Rolle von Metaphern im Unterricht Deutsch als Fremdsprache auf A1 Niveau : eine Untersuchung am Beispiel des Lehrwerks Menschen." Thesis, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014.

Ploner, Eva. "Landinisch-deutsch-italienische Gesetzestexte : eine Übersetzungskritik mit Verbesserungsanregungen /." Innsbruck : Institut für Romanistik der Universität Innsbruck, 2002.

Köper, Maximilian [Verfasser], and im Walde Sabine [Akademischer Betreuer] Schulte. "Computational approaches for German particle verbs : compositionality, sense discrimination and non-literal language / Maximilian Köper ; Betreuer: Sabine Schulte im Walde." Stuttgart : Universitätsbibliothek der Universität Stuttgart, 2018.

Kärchner-Ober, Renate. "The german language is completely different from the english language Besonderheiten des Erwerbs von Deutsch als Tertiärsprache nach Englisch und einer nicht-indogermanischen Erstsprache." Tübingen Stauffenburg, 2008.

Macur, Franziska. "Weibliche Diskurskulturen : privat, beruflich, medial /." Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Peter Lang, 2009.

Münch, Alexandra [Verfasser]. "Language Mixing and L1 Attrition in Speech and Writing : A Profile of a German-English Bilingual / Alexandra Münch." Aachen : Shaker, 2006.

Wichmann, Laura. "An neue Sprachufer übersetzen: Zur Didaktik der Literarizität und dem Potential eines erweiterten Übersetzungskonzeptes im Kontext von Deutsch als Fremdsprache." Thesis, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2015.

Lundin, Lena. "Zu einigen Entwicklungstendenzen im heutigen Deutsch : Beobachtungen anhand der Pressesprache." Thesis, Växjö University, School of Humanities, 2006.

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Kühn, Jane [Verfasser], Christoph [Akademischer Betreuer] Schroeder, Hubert [Akademischer Betreuer] Truckenbrodt, and Zerbian [Akademischer Betreuer] Sabine. "Functionally-driven language change : prosodic focus and sentence type marking in German-Turkish bilingual yes/no questions / Jane Kühn ; Christoph Schroeder, Hubert Truckenbrodt, Zerbian Sabine." Potsdam : Universität Potsdam, 2016.

Mika, Egmont. "Formeln und Routinen : Zum Genuserwerb italienischer, portugiesischer und spanischer Gastarbeiter mit Deutsch als Zweitsprache." Doctoral thesis, Uppsala University, Department of Modern Languages, 2005.

Based on the interlanguage hypothesis and with reference to skill learning and central concepts of connectionist language-acquisition theory, this study develops an explanatory model, with the help of which untutored acquisition of grammatical gender in German is shown to be a sequence of meta-individual developmental phases. The empirical evidence consists of linguistic data compiled from interviews with Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish foreign workers carried out within the framework of the ZISA- Cross-Sectional Study.

The acquisition process is promoted by a combination of two cognitive procedures, one analytic (restructuring) and the other reproductive (automation). Both contribute to the construction of a network of associative form-function mappings which, in the course of the process, assume the character of prefabricated linguistic elements or chunks, thus enabling automatic processing. Accordingly, the gender of a noun is not acquired separately as such, but rather as an integral component of an automatic form-function mapping.

Formula and routine are central concepts. They denote the norm-language (formula) and interlanguage (routine) chunks used by the learner and thereby the subsumed forms of the respective determiners, that is, gender markers. Their creation and substitution, as well as the sequence of their acquisition, are described and elucidated by means of cognitive mechanisms and psycholinguistic principles.

For the interlanguage routine in particular, but to some extent for the norm-language formula as well, it was possible to confirm the fundamental concept of the interlanguage hypotheses, according to which the learner sets up provisional hypotheses about the perceived elements and gradually approaches the form of the target language, albeit with the assistance of a concept of language acquisition that does not primarily center on any rule-defined morphology of the target language but rather on the phonetic surface-level form of concrete linguistic communication.

Against this background some key concepts of previous language-acquisition research, such as explicit/implicit, rules, chunks, simplification, omission, and over-generalization , are discussed and partially reassessed.

Verbeeck, Yvette. "Eine Grammatik für Lernende unter funktional-kommunikativem Blickwinkel: Bindeglied zwischen Linguistik, Psychologie und Fremdsprachendidaktik : eine Konkretisierung für Anfänger /." Frankfurt am Main [u. a.] : Lang, 2004.

Felder, Ekkehard. "Juristische Textarbeit im Spiegel der Öffentlichkeit /." Berlin [u.a.] : de Gruyter, 2003.

Bruen, Jennifer [Verfasser], and Michael [Akademischer Betreuer] Townson. "Learning strategies and oral proficiency: an investigation of the language learning strategies associated with the achievement of higher levels of oral proficiency in German / Jennifer Bruen. Gutachter: Michael Townson." Frankfurt am Main : Univ.-Bibliothek Frankfurt am Main, 2000.

Stoller, Nicholas D. "A Linguistic Perspective on the Acquisition of German as an L2." Miami University Honors Theses / OhioLINK, 2006.

Vollbrecht, Ralf, and Christine Dallmann. "Editorial: Deutsch als Fremdsprache." Saechsische Landesbibliothek- Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Dresden, 2017.

Auer, Anita. "The subjunctive in the age of prescriptivism : English and German developments during the eighteenth century /." Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Larreta, Zulategui Juan Pablo. "Fraseología contrastiva del alemán y el español : teoría y práctica a partir de un corpus bilingüe de somatismos /." Frankfurt am Main [u.a.] : Lang, 2001.

Ekman, Sara. "Wie sagt man in Österreich? : Einige Bemerkungen zum Austriazismus und dem Wortschatz der deutschen Sprache in Österreich." Thesis, Stockholm University, Department of Baltic Languages, Finnish and German, 2007.

Karlsson, Josefine. "Deutsch auf dem Gymnasium : Eine Untersuchung zur Motivation zum Deutschlernen." Thesis, Linnéuniversitetet, Institutionen för språk (SPR), 2018.

Vollbrecht, Ralf, and Christine Dallmann. "Editorial: Deutsch als Fremdsprache." Technische Universität Dresden, 2016.

Kobelt, Ann-Kathrin, and Garcia Anja Centeno. "Deutsch von Anfang an für Flüchtlinge fördern." Saechsische Landesbibliothek- Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Dresden, 2017.

Callies, Marcus. "Information highlighting in advanced learner English : the syntax-pragmatics interface in second language acquisition /." Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2009.

Reinhardt, Hilma Anka. "Anforderungen für eine Benutzeroberfläche eines elektronischen Wörterbuches deutscher Kollokationen für afrikaans-sprechende Lerner des Faches Deutsch als Fremdsprache." Thesis, Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2011.

Reisinger, Anja. "Landeskunde und Lyrik? : vom Sonderfall Lyrik zum landeskundlichen Lernen mit Gedichten /." Frankfurt am Main [u.a.] : Lang, 2008.

Tombrock, Anna. "Lesen und lernen : Eine Analyse von Textarten und ihren Funktionen in Lehrbüchern für Deutsch als Fremdsprache." Thesis, Stockholms universitet, Institutionen för slaviska och baltiska språk, finska, nederländska och tyska, 2019.

Dressler, Lutz. "Wie lässt sich das Interesse am Erlernen von Deutsch als Fremdsprache (wieder) steigern? : Warum lernt man als schwedischer Schüler neben der eigenen Muttersprache gerade Deutsch als zweite Fremdsprache? Was sind Anreize dafür?" Thesis, Högskolan Dalarna, Tyska, 2016.

Vollbrecht, Ralf, and Christine Dallmann. "Medienwelten - Zeitschrift für Medienpädagogik." Saechsische Landesbibliothek- Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Dresden, 2017.

Schmitz, Michaela. "The perception of clauses in 6- and 8-month-old German-learning infants : influence of pause duration and the natural pause hierarchy." Phd thesis, Universität Potsdam, 2008.

Vinckel, Hélène. "Die diskursstrategische Bedeutung des Nachfelds im Deutschen : eine Untersuchung anhand politischer Reden der Gegenwartssprache." Wiesbaden Dt. Univ.-Verl, 2006.̲ibrary=BVB01&docn̲umber=013081836&linen̲umber=0002&funcc̲ode=DBR̲ECORDS&servicet̲ype=MEDIA.

Norlin, Helena. "Macht Deutsch Spaß? : Eine Untersuchung der Attitüden zur deutschen Sprache unter Deutschschülern in einer schwedischen Schule." Thesis, Karlstad University, Faculty of Arts and Education, 2008.

Färre svenska elever än någonsin läser moderna språk i skolan och framför allt antalet elever som studerar tyska har minskat. Tyska har tidigare alltid haft en stark ställning i Sverige. Fram till år 1946 var tyska till och med det första främmande språket i den svenska skolan. Man kan fråga sig vilka orsakerna är till att tyskan idag har blivit mindre populärt som främmande språk i den svenska skolan. I denna uppsats har jag med hjälp av enkäter undersökt vilka attityder tyskelever i en svensk skola har till tyska som skolämne respektive tyska som språk. Jag har valt grupper med tre olika lärare.

Resultatet av undersökningen visar att det är svårt att fastställa om tyska är omtyckt som språkval i den svenska skolan, då det ser så olika ut i tre grupper på samma skola. Jag tror dock att den positiva inställningen är något starkare, eftersom 67% av eleverna är nöjda med sitt val och 61% skulle välja tyska på nytt.

Weniger schwedische Schüler als je lernen Fremdsprachen in der Schule, und besonderes die Anzahl von Deutschschülern ist geringer geworden. Deutsch hat früher immer eine starke Stellung in Schweden gehabt. Bis zum Jahr 1946 war Deutsch sogar die erste Fremdsprache in der schwedischen Schule. Man kann sich fragen, welche die Gründe dafür sind, dass Deutsch heutzutage an Popularität als Fremdsprache in der schwedischen Schule verloren hat. In diesem Aufsatz habe ich, mit Hilfe von Fragebögen, untersucht, welche Einstellung Deutschschülern in einer schwedischen Schule zu Deutsch als Schulfach beziehungsweise Deutsch als Sprache haben. Ich habe Gruppen von drei verschiedenen Lehrern gewählt.

Das Ergebnis der Untersuchung zeigt, dass es schwierig ist, festzustellen ob Deutsch als Sprachwahl in der Schule beliebt ist, weil es in drei Gruppen in derselben Schule so unterschiedlich aussieht. Ich glaube aber, dass die positive Einstellung stärker ist, da 67% der Schüler mir ihrer Wahl zufrieden sind, und 61% Deutsch erneut wählen würden.

Warneke, Dagmara. "Aktionsforschung und Praxisbezug in der DaF-Lehrerausbildung." Kassel : Kassel Univ. Press, 2007.

Greiser, Johannes. "Welche Grammatik braucht der Mensch? : Eine Untersuchung der Grammatikbeschreibungen in Lehrbüchern des Faches Deutsch." Thesis, Umeå University, Department of language studies, 2009.

Grammatikundervisningen i främmande språk är ett omdiskuterat område såväl i skolan som på lärarutbildningen på universitet. Det diskuteras ofta om hur mycket grammatik eleverna egentligen behöver och vilken grammatik som ska bearbetas. I ämnet tyska finns det ett flertal läroböcker som används och som behandlar ett urval av grammatiken men vilken grammatik bearbetas där egentligen, vad är skillnaden mellan olika böcker och på vilket sätt behandlas grammatiken. Detta är frågor som ska besvaras i detta arbete. Därför har jag undersökt grammatikbeskrivningar i fyra läroböcker, två för steg 1 och två för steg 3. Jag har lagt fokus på verbbeskrivningar för att få en begränsning av innehållet. Det har visat sig att det inte finns några signifikanta skillnader i innehållet men att det sätt på vilket innehållet presenteras skiljer sig mellan de olika läroböcker. I detta hänseende är det också tydligt att de svenska grammatikbeskrivningarna motsvarar en didaktisk grammatik för att använda Helbigs terminologi. Avslutningsvis diskuterar jag också vilken grammatik som är anpassad till den undervisningssyn vi har i Sverige.

Bryant, Doreen. "Koordinationsellipsen im Spracherwerb die Verarbeitung potentieller Gapping-Strukturen." Berlin Akad.-Verl, 2006.

Shengelia-Manos, Khatuna. "Sprache als Identitätsträger." Doctoral thesis, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät II, 2016.

Kalden, Wolf Hannes. "Mehrsprachigkeit und die Frage nach der 'doppelten Identität' : ein Diskussionsansatz /." Norderstedt : Books on Demand, 2007.

Jobin, Bettina. "Genus im Wandel : Studien zu Genus und Animatizität anhand von Personenbezeichnungen im heutigen Deutsch mit Kontrastierungen zum Schwedischen." Doctoral thesis, Stockholms universitet, Tyska institutionen, 2004.

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Below are some very important guidelines to pay attention to while writing your doctoral thesis. Make yourself familiar with them to avoid future inconvenience and frustration.

Please read and adhere to the document final thesis admission checklist when

compiling your thesis and submit the completed form together with the other requisite documents when uploading your thesis.

Before writing up, chat to your supervisor as he or she can provide you with some useful suggestions on best practices. Furthermore, it might be a good idea to have a look at some recent doctoral theses (use templates from 2015 and onwards).. 

Remember your obligation to report your thesis progress at least once a year (please see forms below).

Your thesis must be submitted as PDF/A file. Therefore, please read the guidelines for PDF/A conversion before you begin your writing.

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The thesis must include one English and one German abstract (about one A4 page each) as well as a table of contents.

Optimally, theses should end with your curriculum vitae that additionally contains a list of publications.

Pay special attention to the cover page , which must include:

  • The MedUni Wien logo in the upper right hand side corner, thereafter centered
  • Title of the doctoral thesis (avoid abbreviations)
  • Doctoral Thesis at the Medical University of Vienna for obtaining the degree of Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Medical Science (choose the correct degree)
  • Submitted by: your name
  • Under the supervision of: the name of your supervisor (including the institute/center/department)
  • Place and date of submission

Some suggestions for formatting the thesis:

  • Font type: Arial
  • Font size: 11 pt
  • Line spacing: 1.5 lines
  • Margin: 2-3 cm
  • Pages should be printed only on one side

Your name must appear on the spine of the bound thesis

First author publication

In the PhD Program UN094, it is required to publish at least one first-author, peer-reviewed, original research paper, which must be accepted for publication before your defense. To avoid a situation whereby a single published paper might be inappropriately used to generate more than one degree (double dipping), it should be made clear to equal first authors who are both doctoral students that in the case whereby no additional research papers have been published separately, only one will be able to use the shared publication for their thesis.

Publication-based doctoral thesis

In addition to a monograph, a doctoral thesis may also be compiled using (one or more) published papers (recommended). Please note that the work has to be submitted formally as a doctoral thesis, including a cover page, German and English abstracts, an introduction, a discussion, and references. Additional sections apply. As a rule of thumb, the introduction and discussion chapters should comprise about 50% of the total length of the doctoral thesis.

You should concentrate on the main theme, ideally related to your first-author publication, whereby possible additional themes may be addressed as further outcomes/projects. Moreover, the contribution to the research work presented in the thesis of the candidate as well as other collaborators/co-authors should be declared so as to prevent any future misunderstandings about who did what.

Please see "thesis outline" below.

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