This master's program offers a research-oriented specialization in the interdisciplinary field of Modern Greek Studies. Students obtain comprehensive knowledge and research-relevant methodological and analytical competence for engaging with the Modern Greek language, literature, history and culture. The comparative approach, that involves literary and cultural theory, aims to view modern Greek literature and cultural studies within an overall European context and to consider them in light of the theoretical and methodological developments in related areas of the humanities.
(1) Bachelor's degree in Modern Greek Studies or an equivalent degree with a minimum of 60 credit points in Modern Greek language and literature
(2) Proof of English or German language skills (B2 CEFR receptive)
(3) Proof of Greek language skills (C1 CEFR) for applicants whose native language is not Greek and whose degree was not obtained at an institution where Greek is the language of instruction
|Application Period||July 1 - August 15|
|Degree||Master of Arts (M.A.)|
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