Minor Day

Information on minor study programmes for international degree seeking students (Bachelor)

Which major/minor combinations are recommended? What is the deadline to change my minor? Which minors are taught in English language? To assist you in your final decision for a minor the Leuphana College is organizing the Minor Day.

Important Dates

Please respect the following application deadlines for a change of Minor:

15. January
⇒ restricted admission

1. April
⇒ open admission

Schedule Minor Day: 9th January 2018

At the beginning of the Minor Day at 14:15 Uhr all international degree seeking students are invited to room C 9.102 for an information meeting.

During this meeting you can find out which major/minor combinations are possible, how to request a change of your minor and get tips for decision-making.

After the introduction there will be presentations on different minors, six of them are taught in English language.

The presentations are time-delayed, it is possible to take part in three different presentations.



Anja Stegert


Prof. Dr. Christian Pfeifer

Popular Music Studies

Prof. Dr. Michael Ahlers


Prof. Dr. Roberto Nigro

HS 3



Sustainability Science

Prof. Dr. Berta Martin-Lopez

HS 4



Psychology and Society

Dr. Johann Maier

C 40.256

Spatial Sciences

Prof. Dr. Martin Pries

C 12.105

Political Science

Dr. Jan Berz


 For a full list including all German minor presentations please change to the German version of the website.

In summer semester 2019, there is an open admission for the following minor programmes:  Automatisierungstechnik, Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Industrietechnik, Produktionstechnik, Rechtswissenschaften, Soziale Medien und Netzwerke and Volkswirtschaftslehre (=Economics). Open admission means, that if you want to change your minor e.g. to Economics, you will certainly receive a place.

Please note that the admission for all other Minors including Popular Music Studies, Psychology and Society, Philosophy and Sustainability Science is restricted*. You can apply, but the allocation of study places can only proceed if places become vacant.