MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMMEStarting in an Advanced Academic Semester

The exact nature of the application and admission process for entry to an advanced academic semester in a Master’s degree programme will depend on your chosen subject and your nationality. 

Please find out in advance whether your desired subject is admission restricted beyond the first semester at Heidelberg University. 

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MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES

A Master’s degree programme is an additional academic course which is generally undertaken following the successful completion of a Bachelor’s degree programme. Other undergraduate courses however, can also prepare students to begin a Master’s-level programme. A Master’s degree programme generally consists in four academic semesters. In some cases, courses may run for a total of two or three semesters. Graduates of a Master’s degree programme will usually receive a Master of Science (M.Sc) or a Master of Arts (M.A).