Standards of Decision Making Across Cultures
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent), master’s degree or magister in a subject that focuses on philology, social sciences, historical sciences, pedagogy, philosophy, religious studies, ethnology, economic sciences, law, psychology, or medical science.
Students enrolled in a bachelor's degree program may be admitted to the master's degree program if they have acquired at least 140 ECTS credits. Proof of successful completion of a bachelor's degree program must be submitted at the latest within one year of admission to the master’s degree program; the award of a bachelor’s degree is considered to be a formal requirement for admission to the master’s degree program. Admission in this case shall be granted conditionally.
Applicants with one of the degrees mentioned above are admitted only after a successful selection interview if they have an overall grade of at least 2.00. If they have an overall grade of 2.01-2.5 they have to prove further qualifications that are relevant to the master’s degree program.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
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Application Procedure & Selection
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