The international Master Programme in the Humanities consists of a main d¬iscipline for the one-year and the two-year Masters degrees. At present, four profiles: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural Anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, and (4) Musicology are offered as international Masters programmes. Besides mandatory courses, as a student in this programme you will select a number of open elective courses at the advanced level in the humanities and social sciences.
The focus here is Archaeology. The programme provides a solid base for a future career in Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management, Historical Ecology and Landscape Analysis, and provides students with advanced theoretical and empirical knowledge of the practice of Archaeology. It is designed to give the analytical skills necessary for critical and independent studies in Archaeology as well as in the Humanities. The programme also offers the possibility to participate in fieldwork and courses at other universities as well as professional practice, such as in contract archaeology and museums.
The focus here is Cultural Anthropology. The programme provides you with professional, analytical capacities in areas such as international development and humanitarian assistance, migration, multiculturalism, journalism and media, tourism, museums and exhibitions. It also gives you a solid basis for pursuing a research career in Anthropology. The first year provides an in-depth knowledge of theory and method in Anthropology; including the completion of minor anthropological fieldwork. The second year adds a broader anthropological competence by including professional practice and work-oriented courses in Practical Anthropology.
The focus here is Cultural Heritage and Sustainability. The programme is offered at Campus Gotland, located in the World Heritage Site of Visby. The studies will provide you with professional, analytical capacities in areas such as heritage conservation and management, international relations and development with a focus on heritage issues. They will also give you a solid basis for pursuing a research career within the academic discipline of Conservation. You will graduate from the programme with a Master of Arts in Conservation.
The focus here is Musicology. The programme gives you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in Musicology, combining up-to-date theoretical perspectives with solid methodological skills. It provides you with analytical tools for understanding the function of music and musical cultures in present and past societies. You can chose to specialise in different sub-disciplines, such as Historical Musicology, Ethnomusicology or Popular Music Studies. The programmes' breadth and the advanced courses give you a stable foundation for ensuing your professional career.
The Master Programme in the Humanities provides a solid ground for pursuing a research career in the Humanities, as well as a professional career in senior positions in various sectors of the labour market. Both the one-year Masters degree and the two-year Masters degree fulfil the entry requirements for the PhD programme.
The programme leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits). After one year of study it is also possible to obtain a Master of Arts (60 credits).
The programme consists of a degree project for a Master’s degree – 30 credits for the one-year Master’s degree and 45 credits for the two-year Master’s degree. You will also do mandatory and /or open elective courses within your chosen discipline. In addition, you will select from a wide range of elective courses in this area of study as well as neighbouring disciplines.
For Master's level studies, applicants must have a Bachelor's degree from an internationally recognised university. Applicants who have not been awarded a Bachelor's degree but are in their final year of studies may be conditionally admitted.
Applicants must also demonstrate proficiency in English, and this is usually done through an internationally recognised test such as TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent.
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Uppsala University provides several different scholarships for students. The scholarships cover exclusively the tuition fees for courses within the programme, i e 30 credits per semester.
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