The Master of Arts allows students to acquire the knowledge and techniques required for a better grasp of contemporary realities, giving meaning to the intellectual wealth created by mankind over the centuries. In a wide range of disciplines, students follow their programme and put into practice the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach that befits a study of the arts.
The Master of Arts degree offers training in the following disciplines:
At the end of the first year, students decide in which discipline they will complete their dissertation and whether to choose a Master of Arts worth 90 ECTS credits or a Master of Arts with specialisation worth 120 ECTS credits.
In principle, this is a continuation of one of the core disciplines of the Bachelorís degree. 30 ECTS credits
In principle, this is a continuation of the second core discipline of the Bachelorís degree.
discipline In principle, this is a continuation of the complementary discipline of the Bachelorís degree.
or Options programme
The Options Programme operates essentially as an extension of the main discipline. As such, it allows the construction of a single-discipline
30 ECTS credits
In the main discipline. 30 ECTS credits
Candidates admitted to registration at the University of Lausanne and who are holders of a Bachelor of Arts degree of the University of Lausanne, or a Bachelor of Arts degree of another Swiss or foreign university recognised by UNIL and judged to be equivalent, are admitted without conditions to the Master of Arts degree course, if they choose to continue for their Masterís degree the discipline(s) studied for their Bachelorís degree. Students who change discipline between the Bachelorís degree and the Masterís degree, or are holders of a Swiss or foreign Bachelorís degree recognised by UNIL in another orientation, or awarded by a University of Applied Sciences (UAS)*, may be admitted to the Masterís degree on the basis of their personal case files.
* The holders of a Bachelorís degree awarded by a UAS must prove that they satisfy the conditions for admission to a Masterís degree course in their own type of educational institution
French and/or the language of the disci-pline studied. Recommended level: C1.
No work experience is required.
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