winter term 2007/2008, the GiZo introduced a new Master’s Programme,
‘Interdisciplinary Studies on Eastern Europe’,
This programme is notable for its interdisciplinary and international
orientation, and for its encouragement of applied research.
The programme of study consists of:
- 120 credit points accumulated over two
- a Major in either Slavic Studies or the
History of Eastern Europe.
- a Minor in two of the following subjects:
Slavic Studies, Turkic Studies, the History of Eastern Europe, Law,
Political Studies or Economics .
- an interdisciplinary Master’s thesis in
the Major subject.
The Master’s Programme is characterized by:
- An early acquaintance with
interdisciplinary research on Eastern Europe,
from the start of the programme.
- Career-oriented and practical training
through projects and internships
- Research and teaching covering all the
regions of Eastern Europe
- The combination of Eastern European
Studies with Turkic Studies, and the discussion of the place of the Turkic
regions in Europe.
- A broad historical focus in teaching on Eastern Europe, from the Middle Ages to the present
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