Course of study
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Slavic Studies (Master's Programme)
You want to apply for a Master's Programme in Slavic Studies.
Most important points
- The study course is admission free.
- Application for beginning students is possible in summer semester.
- First day of application: December 15th 2019
- Application deadline: March 31st 2020
- Application: in 56 days
Special admission requirements
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification in Slavic Studies, Slavic Philology or East European Studies or in a closely related field worth at least 60 credit points
- Language proficiency in Polish or Russian, at least at level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Upon special application, a student may be admitted to the programme based on appropriate knowledge of another Slavic language. For applicants beginning in the summer semester, proof of language skills in Russian or Polish at the level of B2 is required.
Fees and tuition
Normal fees and tuition, see more details .
With a first degree from Germany you need to apply online from December 15th 2019 until March 31st 2020 for the beginning of Sommersemester 2019.
For open-admission Master's degree programmes it is strongly recommended to submit their applications as early as possible before 15.01.. If the supporting documents are submitted after this date but before the standard application deadlines, your application can only be processed at the start of the lecture period in the new semester. This may result serious problems (German document).
For the online application please have your personal data and your university degree from Germany on hand. Another option is to use your transcript of records with the total amount of your credit points and overall average grade of your studies.
At the end of the online application you get the document Antrag auf Immatrikulation to print out. Please send this document signed with all other mentioned documents to the University of Oldenburg.
Your documents need to be at the University of Oldenburg until March 31st 2020.