Applications are open for the interdisciplinary MA programme in “Modern Indian Studies” taught in English and covering the following disciplines:
Modern Indian History
Indian Economic Development
State and Democracy in Modern India
Society and Culture of Modern India
Anthropology of Public Health in South Asia
The English-language interdisciplinary Master’s programme in Modern Indian Studies at the Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS) integrates perspectives from the humanities, the social sciences and economics. Thematically, inequality and diversity link our analyses of modern Indian politics, history, society, religion and economy.
Master’s students may select from a wide range of interdisciplinary courses offered by lecturers and researchers from CeMIS, and from the faculties of the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Economics. These are complemented by courses taught by international visiting scholars. Courses in modern Indian languages are also part of the programme.
The Modern Indian Studies MA is a two-year course, including a semester spent at one of our South Asian partner universities.
Applications accepted: 06 April to 15 May 2014
Fees: approx. EUR 217 administration, student body, student service fees/semester
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