About this course
This programme is structured around three years of study, covering six semesters. Each semester will be 20 weeks long, divided into three periods: 8 weeks + 8 weeks + 4 weeks.
You will usually take five courses per semester.
Students will design their own study programme, with advice from their tutors, gradually filling in this structure with their chosen courses.
All international study programmes are fully taught in English, except for the Masters in the modern European languages German, Italian, French, Modern Greek, Romanian, Scandinavian, and Spanish, which are taught in the target language.
For all international programmes except the Master's in modern European languages listed above, students who are non-native English speakers are required to have passed a test in English.*
Depending on the specific programme requirements, this test can be the TOEFL, IELTS, or Cambridge test. Some departments or programmes do not accept the TOEFL or other test scores. Always make sure to check the programme description carefully to find out which test you should take.
*For administrative purposes, students who count as native English speakers are those who have obtained their diploma in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States of America. If English is your first language but you do not hold a diploma from one of these countries, contact your programme for instructions.