The application process for the academic year 2018/2019 (September 2018 start) is now CLOSED. The next round of admissions (for programmes commencing in September 2019) will start in late autumn 2018.
MA (master’s) degree programmes are focused on a more theoretical level of the subject, on research and development, on the student’s ability to apply them. This programme follows the BA degree programme.
The normal time for an MA degree programme is 2 – 3 years; the maximum time allowed is 5 years. Graduates who meet all the requirements prescribed by the study plan – a total of 120 credits (or 180 in the case of a three-year course) – and pass the final master’s degree exam, which includes the defence of a diploma thesis, are awarded the academic title “Master” (abbreviated to Mgr and used in front of the name).
For general information about the application process for BA and MA programmes please see our Admission Procedure Specifications.
|English Language and Linguistics||single or double honours; may be combined with any other subject to which the double-honours NMgr. programme also applies||Daily||Philology||Department of English Language and ELT Methodology|
|Deutsche Sprache und Literatur in Mitteleuropa||1-Fach-Masterstudium||Daily||Philology||Department of Germanic Studies|
|Tibetan Studies||single or double honours; may be combined with any other subject to which the double-honours NMgr. programme also applies||Daily||Philology||Department of South and Central Asia|