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  • Master of Arts

    Master
    Degree

  • 4 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Würzburg

    Location

  • 0 days left (Aptitude test)

Overview and admission

Study Type

graduate

Admission semester

Summer and Winter Semester

Area of study

Comparative Literary Studies

Target group

Students of German studies, Romance studies, English/American studies, comparative studies Modules in Romance Studies require language skills at the level B2 (CEFR), and modules in English/American Studies require level C1 (CEFR).

Annotation

For subject-specific counselling, see: https://www.uni-wuerzburg.de/studium/zsb/info/fsb/

Admission modus

Selection procedure / qualifying examination

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

For admission to a Master’s degree course, applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification (e.g. “Diplom”, state examination) and have successfully completed an aptitude assessment procedure for this degree course. In addition, specific skills in areas relevant to the Master's must be demonstrated. The form of the aptitude assessment procedure and what knowledge and skills are required to what extent (ECTS points) can be found in the specific course descriptions: http://www.uni-wuerzburg.de/fileadmin/32020000/Ordnungen/UEbersicht_Master-Netz.pdf For information on the degree course and the admission requirements, see the information page of the department (admission website): Students must apply by the due date! Information regarding deadlines and procedures can be found here: http://go.uni-wuerzburg.de/master

Lecture period
  • 15.04.2024 - 19.07.2024
  • 14.10.2024 - 07.02.2025

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2024/2025)
Application Deadline for Aptitude Test

22.05.2024 - 15.07.2024

Summer semester (2024)
Application Deadline for Aptitude Test

05.12.2024 - 15.01.2025

Languages of instruction

Main language

German

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