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Curriculum – Modules – Application & Admission

The structure and sequence of studies are governed by the Degree program and Examination Regulations. They contain detailed descriptions of the contents and qualification goals of each individual module and an exemplary study plan. The examination regulations define the type and requirements of the module examinations and the Master's examination. The regulations specify the credit points (LP) for each module or course as well as the workload in time hours for the entire study program.

The master's thesis is intended to demonstrate that students are able to independently work on and present a research problem using scientific methods. Upon successful completion of the study program, the university degree Master of Arts (M.A.) is awarded.

The program is organized in six modules:

  • Visual Culture and Performative Arts I
  • Cultural Economics and Management
  • Cultural Policy and Law
  • Media and Media Competence
  • Visual Culture and Performing Arts II
  • Knowledge transfer and practical projects

General information on modules and credit points (LP)

The application and admission process is organized centrally by Freie Universität Berlin. All information can be found here: Application and Admission

Students do not have to pay attendance fees, but general semester fees and contributions.

For admission to the Master's program in Cultural and Media Management, proof of a professionally qualifying German or equivalent foreign university degree is required in theater studies, dance studies, film studies, art studies, literary studies, or cultural studies with a study component of at least 30 credit points in the field of theater studies, dance studies, or film studies.

The M.A. in Culture and Media Management is a limited admission program.

Applicants whose native language is not German and who have obtained their degree at a foreign university or equivalent institution must provide proof of the language skills required for the degree program or of an equivalent level of proficiency in accordance with the Regulations for the German Language Examination for the Admission of Foreign Applicants to Universities at Freie Universität Berlin.

Further information can be found in the Admission Regulations for the master's program in Culture and Media Management.