Career opportunities include employment in cultural and political institutions, journalism and publishing. Students can also continue their studies at PhD level.
The Master in Modern and Contemporary European Philosophy combines a solid academic foundation with practice-based approach.
Students work on an advanced topics in contemporary philosophy and cover different philosophical approaches:
– Early modern European philosophy: Rationalism and Empiricism, Philosophy of Enlightenment
– Kant and German Idealism: Transcendental Philosophy
– 20th century and contemporary European
philosophy: Philosophy of Existence/Hermeneutics, Phenomenology
During the Master colloquium, students learn to develop, present and defend a research projects, to evaluate and criticize other student’s work, and to react on criticism.
An internship and credited language courses provide students with a competitive advantage in the job market.
At the end of the programme, students are able to:
– understand the relevant concepts and the most important approaches in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
– critically assess the views put forward by prominent authors
– read, understand and master complex information
– think critically on contemporary issues