The language usually used in class and during examinations is German. Some courses are taught in English. Course work as well as the Master's thesis can also be completed in English.
evel DSH-2 or TestDaF 4. Alternatively, other language tests or school certificates recognized as equivalent can be used as proof of the required German language skills.
A letter of motivation (two DIN A4 pages or more) stating why you are interested in the Master's Programme Anthropology and Sociology as well as your expectations and professional ambitions in future. This letter can also be written in English.
Above-average degree (minimum degree: Bachelor of Arts or equivalent) with the grade "good" (2.5) or better of a three-year (or more) study programme in a subject related to the two disciplines involved in the Master's Programme at a state or state-accredited institution of higher education. Our selection committee decides whether you meet the requirements stated above.