|University of Passau||2 Years|
|Master of Arts in Development Studies||Onsite|
The MA Development Studies program enables students to develop the advanced knowledge, analytical skills, and conceptual frameworks required to understand and navigate economic and social development complexities.
Who should study in this degree program?
This program is suitable for mid-career professionals with a first degree in social sciences and any development-related field. Eligible students from developing and emerging countries are especially welcome.
This program has no tuition fees. But the semester contribution fee is 84.50 EUR per semester. This covers the student services association and bus pass fees.
Academic admission requirements for Master of Arts in Development Studies :
Applicants must have a first (bachelor’s or equivalent) university degree in social sciences, Sociology, Political Science, Administrative Sciences, Economics, Anthropology, Demography, Practical Social or Human Geography, or any other equivalent degree with a minimum of 60 ECTS.
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Methods and theories of development research
Interdisciplinary Development Seminar
Module Region B: Research (at least 25 ECTS credits)
The “Research Methods” module group consists of modules on research methods as well as a research seminar and two research practices. Students must earn a minimum of 25 ECTS credits in this module group to proceed. Completion of research seminars and syllabus is compulsory for all students in the program. All modules in this group except colloquia are test modules.
Law, Economics and Social Sciences
Master of Arts
If English is not the language or instructional language for your first degree, you need to prove that you have sufficient English proficiency through the English language test recognized at the B2 level of the General European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for your languages.
The University of Passau is a public research university. It’s established in 1973. The University of Passau located in Passau, Lower Bavaria, Germany.
it is the youngest university in Bavaria and consequently has the most modern campus in the state. Nevertheless, its roots as the Institute for Catholic Studies date back some hundreds of years.
About 13,000 students from more than 100 countries are currently studying for their degrees on our bright, modern campus and in the stone-throwing from the Degree Center and the historic Old Town.
The Application period is from 15 April to 30 June.