|Application deadline:||30 April|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||September 2014, September 2015|
|Credits (ECTS):|| 90 ECTS Details |
1.5 years: 3 semesters (max. 6 semesters)
|Duration full-time:||15 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
|Educational variant:||Part-time, Full-time|
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The degree is earned in three semesters with course work in three disciplines and a thesis. There are five disciplines to choose from, offered by the Department of Ancient Studies: Greek, Latin, anciet history, classical archaeology, history of ancient religions.
Courses, seminars and practical work may be grouped by subject or methodology and offered as a module. Each module then features one or more specific evaluations leading to a grade. The degree requires three modules in the discipline of choice, three optional modules, and the defence of a thesis. Holders of Master of Arts (MA) may go on to advanced study.
Length of programme: 3 semesters
ECTS credits: 90
1. candidates for the Faculty must meet the University's general enrollment conditions
2. they must also hold a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, referred to below as BA, or a degree considered equivalent by the Dean of the Faculty
3. candidates who hold a diploma or degree equivalent to at least 180 credits from another Faculty of arts or university may be admitted to the Faculty for an MA programme; they may request that their additional credits be treated as equivalents
4. candidates for a Master of Arts/MA in disciplines requiring specific expertise for a BA may be required to do supplementary studies before being admitted.