Administrative Staff

Andrea Hinz

Room: A06 1-116

+49 (0)441/798-2669

Nadja Sturm

Room: A06 1-115

+49 (0)441/798-2981

Campus plan / how to get here


Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Faculty IV - Institute of Protestant Theology and Religious Education
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118 Building A06 1st floor
26129 Oldenburg

Information for students

Current information on studies

Digital teaching

Information on teaching and learning with digital media can be found here:

Consultation hours / Consultation hour changes

Office hours / office hours changes can be found on the homepages of the lecturers.

Guidance for writing scientific papers

Information on a double degree programme "Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Subject Master "Ecumenical Studies and Religions" (M.A.)".

Certificates / attestations

Please collect from the Institute's secretariat (A06 1-116) in the mornings only.

Credit transfer

For questions regarding the recognition or equivalence of academic achievements, please contact the subject representative Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Weiß.

Further information on the credit transfer procedure can be found here.

Information for BA graduates in Religious Studies / Religious Education at the University of Bremen

For the further qualification MA Ed. in Protestant Religion, you study this degree programme consecutively after your Bachelor's degree in Bremen at the University of Oldenburg. You will receive admission requirements to the extent of the four advanced modules (the 219; the 229; the 239; the 249).

In order to fulfil these requirements, we offer you the following options:

  • You complete the four AMs within your MA Ed. degree programme, in which case you must reckon with extensions to your studies.
  • However, it is also possible to enrol as a guest student in Oldenburg during your BA studies and complete the four AMs. Examination fees will be charged for this.

If you generally want to teach the subject of Protestant Religion, we recommend that you begin or change your studies in/to Oldenburg (modules completed in Bremen may be credited).

Your contact in Oldenburg

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Weiß

Information on the question of church membership and on the ecclesiastical confirmation of religious education teachers (vocations)

Church membership is not relevant for the study of Protestant theology and religious education.

However, due to the denominational religious education, membership in a Protestant regional church or one of the Protestant churches of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft christlicher Kirchen (AcK) must be proven when entering the traineeship.

Information on the ecclesiastical confirmation of religious education teachers (Vokation):

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