Aalborg University closes completely for tyskuddannelser

There are too few who are interested in tyskuddannelserne at Aalborg University. That is why they are phased out. Aalborg University closes for the busy on th

Aalborg University closes completely for tyskuddannelser

There are too few who are interested in tyskuddannelserne at Aalborg University. That is why they are phased out.

Aalborg University closes for the busy on the tyskuddannelser.

It informs the university, according to north Jutland and DR News.

Thus the two subjects, which at Aalborg University will work with the German language, being phased out. The same happens with one of the university's Spanish courses.

the Decision is taken after long-term decline in recorded on sproguddannelserne. The three disciplines, which now closes, recorded in september together, the 21 students in the bachelor programme, and even fewer took the hole on the candidate.

- We can't conjure. There are other things that the young people will for the time being, and I think it is brandærgerligt. But now we have taken the consequences of it, says the dean of The Oslobet Faculty of Humanities Henrik Halkier to DR News.

The students, which is in time with the three courses at either the undergraduate or graduate level, will under all circumstances have the opportunity to do the training, they are, finished at Aalborg University.

But who is so closed, that more can follow in their footsteps.

one tyskfag, which disappears, is the classic German programme, whose graduates typically become teachers. Five began on the bachelor's degree programme in september.

The second subject is international business communication with German as a specialty, as were seven new students in september.

The last training, which is closed, has a Spanish major. However, it is still possible to take other courses at the university, where Spanish is a part of the training.

According to Henrik Halkier has the three soon former education had decreasing ansøgertal the past five years. Compared with 2014 has almost been halved.

In august, Carl Kinze, vice-president of the Tysklærerforeningen for Primary school, out to warn against the development, because the country's secondary schools will soon be "acute" need for teachers in German and French.

/ritzau/

Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 22:00

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