List of Universities in Germany Offering Special Education

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The focus of special education is to provide specific support for students with long-term physical impairments or mental disabilities. Degrees in this field are a vital part of the educational system in Germany. In April 2001, a social welfare code was enacted to provide equal opportunities and ban discrimination. Select German universities have become centers for study and research with state of the art facilities. Graduates from these schools have assumed important roles as teachers at special needs schools throughout Germany.

Leibniz University of Hannover

  • The Leibniz University of Hannover, founded in 1831, offers a bachelor of arts degree in special needs education for three years of full-time coursework, which can be divided into specialties such as learning development, communication, movement and counseling. A master of arts degree is also offered for two years of coursework.

    Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
    Postfach 6009
    D-30060 Hannover
    Germany
    011-49-511-7620
    uni-hannover.de

Ludwigsburg Pedagogical University

  • The Ludwigsburg Pedagogical University offers a bachelor's degree program in special needs education with a variety of specializations such as learning disabilities, mental disabilities, speech disorders and behavioral disorders. The department also has collaborative relationships with other universities in Germany, England and the United States.

    Ludwigsburg Pedagogical University
    Reuteallee 46
    D-71 634 Ludwigsburg
    Germany
    011-49-7141-140697
    ph-ludwigsburg.de

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

  • Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, founded in 1472, is one of the largest research universities in Germany. It offers bachelor's and master's degree programs in special needs education within the Department of Psychology and Education. The specialization on special needs teaching methods has received high university rankings in Germany.

    Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Munchen
    Leopoldstrasse 13, Room 1410
    80802 Munich
    Germany
    011-49- 89-2180- 5289
    uni-muenchen.de

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

  • The Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, founded in 1975, offers a bachelor of arts, a master of arts and doctoral degrees in special needs education with a variety of specializations such as learning disabilities, mental retardation, movement and behavioral disorders. The department has collaborative relationships with other universities in Germany, England and the United States.

    University of Oldenburg, Faculty I (School of Education)
    Department of Special Needs Education & Rehabilitation
    D-26111 Oldenburg
    Germany
    011-49-441-798-2010
    uni-oldenburg.de

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