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DAAD Lektors

Currently, around fifty academics at French universities and Grandes Écoles, including DAAD funded German assistant professors, teach German language, literature and regional studies.

They are mostly integrated within German language and literature departments, but they also teach courses in LEA degree programmes (“Langues Étrangères Appliquées/Applied languages and literature), and are also available for students of other subjects and students and teachers from other faculties. This is the right place to obtain information on preparing for the German exam, the results of which must be included in the application documents for a DAAD scholarship. And last but not least, the staff provide information on courses of study and scholarships for French students, support the implementation of bilateral exchange projects and organise study tours.

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  • Lisa BRUNKE

    Aix-Marseille Université

    Faculté des Arts, Lettres, Langues, Sciences humaines (UFR ALLSH)
    Département d‘études germaniques
    Site Schuman
    29, avenue Robert Schuman
    13621 Aix-en-Provence

    Fabian MEINEL

    Aix-Marseille Université

    Département d'Etudes germaniques
    29, avenue Robert Schuman
    13621 Aix-en-Provence

    Centre Franco-Allemand de Provence
    Fabian Meinel, directeur
    19, rue du Cancel
    13100 Aix-en-Provence
    Tél : 04.42.21.29.12
    fabian.meinelcfaprovence.com

    Peter LABOD - Lehrassistent

    Aix-Marseille Université

    Département d'Etudes germaniques
    29, avenue Robert Schuman
    13621 Aix-en-Provence

  • NN

    Université de Picardie Jules Verne

    UFR des Langues et Cultures étrangères
    Pôle Citadelle
    10, rue des Français libres
    80080 Amiens

  • NN - Lehrassistent

    Université Angers

    Département allemand
    11, boulevard Lavoisier
    49045 Angers cedex 01

  • Katharina SCHANDER

    Université de Franche-Comté Besançon

    Faculté de Lettres, Département d'Allemand
    Bâtiment B, 2ème étage
    30, rue Mégevand
    25030 Besançon cedex

  • Anne-Kathrin MINN

    Université Bordeaux Montaigne

    UFR Langues et civilisations, Département des études germaniques
    Domaine universitaire
    33607 Pessac cedex

  • Annika MÖLLER

    Université de Caen

    UFR LVE, Département des études germaniques
    Esplanade de la Paix
    14032 Caen Cedex 5

  • Imke SCHULTZ

    Université Clermont-Auvergne

    UFR Langues, Cultures et Communication
    34, avenue Carnot
    63037 Clermont-Ferrand

  • NN

    Université de Bourgogne

    UFR Langues et communication
    Département d'allemand
    Maison de l'Université
    1, esplanade Erasme
    21078 Dijon

    • Telephone: 03.80.39.56.59

    Anna STAUSS

    Université de Bourgogne

    UFR Langues & Communication
    ESPE
    2 Boulevard Gabriel
    BP 27877
    21000 Dijon

  • Daniel HABERLAH - Lehrassistent

    Université Grenoble Alpes

    UFR de Langues étrangères
    CS 40 700
    38058 Grenoble Cedex 9

  • Kathrin WILKE

    Université de Lille

    Département d’Etudes germaniques, néerlandaises et scandinaves
    Domaine universitaire du Pont de bois
    Bât. B - BP 60149
    59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq

  • Dr. Jochen THERMANN

    ENS de Lyon

    Centre de Langues
    15 parvis René Descartes
    69342 Lyon

    NN

    Université de Lyon 2

    Département d’Etudes allemandes et scandinaves
    Campus des Berges du Rhône
    74, rue Pasteur
    69365 Lyon Cedex 07

  • NN

    Université de Lorraine

    UFR Arts, Lettres et Langues – Metz
    Département d'Allemand
    Bâtiment B, Bureau 117
    Ile du Saulcy
    57000 Metz

    • Telephone: 03.87.31.59.37
  • NN

    Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3

    Département d'Allemand
    Route de Mende
    34199 Montpellier cedex 5

    • Telephone: 04.67.14.20.00
  • Moritz SCHILDGE

    Sciences Po Paris

    Campus Nancy
    Coordinateur des cours d'allemand, lecteur DAAD
    94, avenue du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
    54000 Nancy

    Verena OTT

    Université de Lorraine

    Campus Lettres et Sciences Humaines
    Département LCE-LEA
    BP 60446
    Casier 137
    23 boulevard Albert Premier
    54015 Nancy

  • Jana Ließem - Lehrassistentin

    Centre Culturel Franco-Allemand Nantes (CCFA)

    Europa Nantes
    90-92, boulevard de la Prairie au Duc
    44200 Nantes

    • Telephone: 02.40.35.83.22

    Eske EWEN

    Nantes Université

    Faculté des langues et cultures étrangères (FLCE)
    Département d'études germaniques
    Chemin de la Censive du Tertre
    44300 Nantes

    Lisann WORCH

    Nantes Université

    Faculté des langues et cultures étrangères (FLCE)
    Département d'études germaniques
    Chemin de la Censive du Tertre
    44300 Nantes

  • Julia VASILIEVA

    Université Côte d'Azur

    Section d'allemand
    Campus Carlone
    98, boulevard Édouard Herriot
    BP 3209
    06204 Nice

  • Julia HAMMANN

    Université Paris Cité

    UFR EILA
    Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges
    8 place Paul Ricœur
    75013 Paris

    Adresse postale :
    Université de Paris
    UFR EILA
    Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges
    Case courrier 7002
    75205 Paris cedex 13

    Bettina SUND

    École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) / Fondation Maison des sciences de l'homme (FMSH)

    54, boulevard Raspail
    75006 Paris

    Viktoria LÜHR

    EHESS / CIERA – Centre interdisciplinaire d’études et de recherches sur l’Allemagne, Maison de la recherche

    Maison de la recherche
    28, rue Serpente
    75006 Paris

    Melina RIEGEL

    École Normale Supérieure

    Département littératures et langage
    Salle des lecteurs / ECLA
    Escalier A, 3e étage
    45, rue d'Ulm
    75230 Paris cedex 05

    Theresa WAGNER

    École Normale Supérieure

    Espace des Cultures et Langues d'Ailleurs (ECLA)
    45, rue d'Ulm
    75005 Paris

    NN

    Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Ècole de Droit de la Sorbonne
    Centre Panthéon
    12, place du Panthéon
    75231 Paris cedex 05

    • Telephone: 01.44.07.79.66

    Marie-Luise FRITSCHER

    Université Paris II Panthéon Assas

    Département de droit privé
    12 place Panthéon
    75005 Paris

    Dr. Kadriye CIGIR

    Université Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle

    LEA - Master Gestion et Marketing franco-allemand
    Campus Nation
    8 avenue de Saint Mandé
    CS 93105
    75591 Paris CEDEX 12

    Petra JUNGANDREAS

    Sorbonne Université

    Département d'Études germaniques et nordiques
    108, boulevard Malesherbes
    75850 Paris cedex 17

    NN

    Sorbonne Université

    UFR d'Histoire
    1, rue Victor Cousin
    75005 Paris cedex 5

    Nils TERP

    Sorbonne Université

    UFR d'études germaniques et nordiques
    108, boulevard Malesherbes
    75850 Paris cedex 17

    Melanie Colleen WOLF - Lehrassistentin

    Sorbonne Université

    Département d'études germaniques et nordiques
    108, boulevard Malesherbes
    75850 Paris cedex 17

    Jonas MEIR

    Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

    Département d'études germaniques
    8, avenue de Saint-Mandé
    75012 Paris

  • NN

    Université Paris Est Créteil Val de Marne

    Faculté de Lettres, Langues, Sciences Humaines
    Département d’Allemand
    61, avenue du Général de Gaulle
    94010 Créteil CEDEX

  • NN

    Université Gustave Eiffel

    UFR Langues, Cultures et Sociétés
    Champs-sur-Marne
    Cité Descartes
    Bât. Copernic - Bureau 3B160
    5, boulevard Descartes
    77454 Marne la Vallée cedex 2

  • Anja AHNER

    Université Paris Nanterre

    Département d’Études germaniques
    200, avenue de la République
    92001 Nanterre 1

    Damaris REICHERT

    Université Paris Nanterre

    Département d'Études Germaniques (UFR LCE)
    Casier 96
    200, avenue de la République
    92001 Nanterre

  • Bastian KIEFERT

    Université de Poitiers

    Faculté Lettres et Langues
    Département d'allemand
    Bâtiment A3
    TSA 11102
    1, rue Raymond Cantel
    86000 Poitiers

  • NN - Lehrassistent

    Universite de Reims Champagne-Ardenne

    UFR Lettres et Science Humaines
    Licence Langues Étrangères Appliquées et licence espagnole"
    57, rue Pierre Taittlinger
    BP 30
    51571 Reims

  • Andrea DASSING

    Université Rennes 2

    Département d'Allemand
    Place du recteur Henri Le Moal
    35000 Rennes

  • Moritz SCHERTL

    Université de Rouen Normandie

    UFR de lettres et sciences humaines
    Département d'études germaniques
    Rue Lavoisier
    76821 Mont-Saint-Aignan Cedex

  • NN

    Université de Strasbourg

    Faculté des Langues
    Département d'études allemandes
    22, rue René Descartes
    67084 Strasbourg cedex

  • Dr. Theresa HEYER

    Université de Strasbourg

    Département d'études allemandes
    Patio 4
    22 Rue René Descartes
    67000 Strasbourg

  • Theresa HEGER

    Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès

    Section d'allemand
    Département Langues étrangères
    5, allée Antonio-Machado
    31058 Toulouse cedex 9

    NN

    Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès

    Section d'allemand
    Département des Langues étrangères
    Bureau LA348
    5, allée Antonio-Machado
    31058 Toulouse cedex 9

  • Julius HERZOG - Lehrassistent

    Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France

    Campus Mont Houy
    59313 Valenciennes

Since it was re-establishment in 1950, the DAAD has been placing lecturers – primarily in German Language and Literature and German as a Foreign Language – at higher education institutions in over 110 countries around the world to take on teaching and cultural-political responsibilities. The DAAD Lektors are mediators of a cultural policy abroad that is geared toward communication and exchange. They are contact persons for questions regarding academic studies in Germany, and experts on academic cooperation with German higher education institutions.

Currently, there are about 35 Lektors and 10 Specialist Lektors working in France. These latter teach Germany-related topics in specific disciplines like law, history, humanities and economics, translation, and didactics. As a rule, DAAD Lektors are academic professionals from Germany, who are employed at a French higher education institution for a period of four to five years. The Lektors are chosen in close cooperation between the DAAD and the respective higher education institution by means of a German-French commission following a highly selective procedure.

The higher education institution provides the Lektors with an appropriate position and remuneration, and works with the DAAD to define the Lektor’s responsibilities as well as the necessary qualifications. The DAAD looks for suitable candidates and suggests them to the higher education institution. The Lektors thus have an employment relationship with the host institution and are members of its teaching staff. Apart from its role as intermediary, the DAAD also assumes a promoting and supporting function by preparing the Lektors for their responsibilities, offering regular training, and providing financial support. The necessary funding is made available to the DAAD by the Federal Foreign Office.

The DAAD Lektor programme is one of the DAAD’s largest and most established support programmes, and has earned a sterling reputation over the decades. With their excellent training and teaching experience, DAAD Lektors are offering an up-to-date and attractive range of courses at higher education institutions around the world. In addition to their teaching in the fields of German Language and Literature and German as a Foreign Language and the above mentioned departments, Lektors also engage in cultural-political tasks and programme work. At many locations, they work closely with the partner institutions and organise their own cultural projects.

Their activity profile also encompasses general guidance on the study location Germany as well as individual student and scholarship advice. Another core responsibility is preparation for German language exams and administering the language placement test onSET. The lectureships are limited to four to five years in order to keep the courses current and relevant at all times.

Depending on the focus of the lectureship, the following three activity profiles can be differentiated:

  1. Focus teaching (regular lectureship): This lectureship encompasses in particular German language teaching as well as Germany-related focus topics in the fields of literature, culture, social and regional studies.
  2. Focus special discipline (specialist lectureship): This lectureship includes primarily teaching Germany-related topics in specific disciplines such as law, history, humanities and economics, translation, and didactics.
  3. Focus programme coordination: In addition to the above named responsibilities, this lectureship includes work at one of the DAAD’s branch offices, the coordination of the Lektor programme, and organising seminars for Lektors in the respective country.

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