Master in Border Studies

Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in the field of cultural studies, linguistics, literature, intercultural communication, social or spatial sciences.

The programme is limited to 20 students. Selection is based on the application documents which should include a motivation letter, a Curriculum Vitae, certificates and diplomas of previous studies and a proof of written and oral language skills German, French and English.

Courses are taught in German, French and English. For all three languages the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages level of B2 is required.

The application period for EU students will be closed on the 1st June 2019.
The application period for non-European students will be closed on the 26th April 2019.

The program starts in September. The introductory module consists of two compulsory courses that take place on weekends: The introductory seminar (05.-06.09.2019) and the 2-day field trip (09.-10.09.2019).