Study plan

The Master in Social Anthropology is a two year programme. The first two semesters are dedicated to the study of anthropological theories, methods, regional seminars and language training that will prepare you for your own research project in the third semester. During the last semester you will write your master thesis. Preparing for fieldwork requires planning ahead. Therefore you should decide on a possible project early on and prepare for your research through the choice of regional seminars, non-European language classes, as well as application for research funds, contacts and, if required, permissions. Our teaching staff will be happy to assist.

Study Plan MA Social Anthropology/Sozialanthropologie (from Winter Semester 2022/23 onwards)

Module Description MA Social Anthropology/Sozialanthropologie (from Winter Term 2022/23 onwards)