The goal of this bachelor's programme is to qualify graduates to work in areas relating to cultural studies. Opportunities depend a great deal on the specific subject combinations that students choose, as well as their choice of internships and voluntary placements, but this degree is nonetheless an important qualification for work in the cultural field, in museums, in culture and fashion journalism, in the arts and media, in culture management, consumer advice, NGOs, and in education (outside of a school context).
The Bachelor’s degree forms a basis for the consecutive, interdisciplinary Master's programmes of EMMIR (European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations), "Cultural Analysis" (with practical research elements) or "Museum and Exhibition" (with elements relating to practical museum work).
This bachelor's programme Material Culture: Textiles can also lead to a teaching career. It can be connected to a Master of Education in the school subject 'Designing Textiles'. This is offered with qualification options for the Grundschule, Hauptschule, Realschule, and for Special Needs Education (Sonderpädagogik), and it qualifies graduates for the Referendariat.
If students are interested in a non-school-related goal, more information can be found at the professional field of Cultural Studies