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University of Bayreuth MA in Philosophy & Economics
University of Bayreuth

MA in Philosophy & Economics

Bayreuth, Germany

4 Semesters

English

Full time, Part time

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* there are no tuition fees; in Germany, students at all higher education institutions pay a semester contribution; this payment - at the University of Bayreuth: about 110 EUR per semester - has nothing to do with tuition fees

Introduction

Our MA program in Philosophy & Economics is one of Germany’s leading programs for graduate-level P&E education. The two-year international study course provides an intensive, high-quality, and rigorous education in core areas of economics and analytic philosophy.

Why study P&E in Bayreuth?

Interdisciplinarity & individuality

The Bayreuth P&E Programme is for the open-minded intellectual who wants rigorous training that cuts across disciplines, and who wants to innovate and engage with the world. A wide range of electives allows you to pursue your own academic interests, giving you the opportunity to carve out your own distinctive academic and professional profile.

Research-led teaching

The mission of research-led teaching is taken seriously in the P&E Programme: courses are taught by those whose research is close to the topic. P&E faculty bring their own research to the seminar room and explore novel ideas and methods with their students.

In addition, the regular research seminars and workshops organized by both departments offer you the chance to become familiar with top-level international research.

Small classes and intensive supervision

A major advantage of studying for a P&E degree in Bayreuth are small class sizes and the close contact with academic and program staff. We offer you an intellectual environment from a bygone age: peaceful and friendly, intense and personal, and highly investigative and stimulating.

Student Life in Bayreuth

University is not only about your studies. At UBT, you can get involved in a wide range of student organizations and initiatives. Or you can get creative in the arts, for example by signing up with the University choir, joining the University Orchestra, or playing swing music with our big band. On campus, you can visit movie nights, art exhibitions, theatre performances, the Glashaus culture cafe, or our annual outdoor concert, the Uni-Open-Air.

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