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Classical Archaeology

- Master´s programs

Department of History and Cultural Studies
Ancient Studies
Institute of Classical Archaeology
Contact
Frau Prof. Monika Trümper
Address
Fabeckstr. 23-25
14195 Berlin

For admittance to the master’s program applicants need to fulfill the following admission requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in ancient history with a focus on classical archaeology or an equivalent university degree that corresponds in terms of content and structure to the program at Freie Universität Berlin.
  • Proof of language skills in Latin and ancient Greek (Latinum or Graecum or equivalent level).
  • Proof of skills in a modern foreign language: English, French, or Italian (level B2 CEFR).

The DSH - or German Language University Entrance Exam for Foreign Students - is obligatory for all applicants whose first language is not German and who have earned their initial degree from a university (or equivalent institution) where the language of instruction is not German.

Students do not pay any tuition fees, the university only charges semester fees and contributions each semester.

Classical archaeology deals with the sites, artwork, and objects from the Greek and Roman cultures (about 1500 BC to 500 AD). This master’s program teaches comprehensive expert knowledge, visual and media competence, the ability to reconstruct, academic working methods, and methodological and analytical skills. This program offers students the oppotunity to select special foci and acquire communicative competencies and foreign language skills while spending time abroad.

1st Semester Admissions
Unrestricted admission
Admission for Higher Semesters
Unrestricted admission
Application and Registration Period
Only for 1st semester: April 15 – May 31 (for winter semester) , only for higher semesters: July 1 - August 15 (for winter semester), and January 1 - February 15 (for summer semester)
Enrollment Period
see notice of admission
Program Start
Winter semester
Language
German
Degree
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Duration
4 semesters