The Go Study Free pathway for postgraduate students is run in our institute in Berlin and gives you an optimal grounding in academic German. The Master’s degree builds on the foundation laid by the Bachelor’s. As a rule it will take 4 seminars (sometimes 3 if you are lucky) to complete a Master’s Degree. All new accredited Master’s degrees are of course recognised throughout the whole of Europe.
Students who aspire to studies at a higher level than Bachelor’s, in pursuit of an academic career, or in order to specialise in a particular field, may apply for a Master’s programme. If you wish to do a PhD later on, this is a requirement.
In accordance with the Europe-wide Bologna process, consecutive Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes as well as the ECTS system have been introduced consistently at all German universities as well as universities of applied science. Some special entrance requirements may be required for Master’s Degrees applicants such as a minimum average grade at Bachelor’s level, a particular area of specialisation and so on.
There are two different kinds of Master’s Degrees in Germany
|Consecutive Master’s Degree
which follows on from and build onto the Bachelor’s degree. This degree can – provided that the area of specialisation remains the same – be chosen as an interdisciplinary course. The degree titles obtainable are for instance Master of Arts (M.A), Master of Science (M.Sc), Master of Engineering (M.Eng) and Master of Laws (LL.M). This may sound a bit confusing but again, it’s just the German way of being thorough.
|Non-consecutive Master’s Degree
These also include professional degrees such as Master of Business Administration (MBA) where students are required to gain work experience before applying.
As a foreign student, we support you with your application for Master’s degree programmes at all German universities and provide you with the required language and intercultural preparation for their university studies. To sum it up: Eurasia institute makes sure that in the end you can say: it’s a small world after all.