Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Politics and Culture
The language of instruction in the programme is English. All compulsory courses and seminars will be carried out in English and examinations will be conducted in English. Likewise, the Master's thesis must be submitted in English.
Application form with motivation letter (available on program website)
Two letters of recommendation (to be posted separately or to be enclosed in separate, sealed envelopes)
Short CV with photograph in English
An above-average first academic degree (minimum three years Bachelor‘s degree or equivalent) in History, Political Science, Sociology or in a related field of study with usually a final grade of at least ‘good‘ (local grade 2,5).