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Eligibility assessment process - History (MA)

1. Documents to be submitted

The following documents and certifications are required for participation in the eligibility assessment process:

a) Application for admission (online application of the online application portal)

b) The first, fundamental university degree with final grade.

If this is not available, a Transcript of Records with a calculated average grade on the basis of at least 80% of the credits required for the bachelor's degree (according to ECTS) can alternatively be submitted.

c) Certification of historical knowledge

d) Certification of skills in English at Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe

e) Certification of skills in French, Italian, and Spanish at Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages or a functional lay knowledge.

f) Letter not more than DIN A4 pages in which the applicant illustrates his/her
• expectations for the Master’s program in History at the Philipps University of Marburg and
• disciplinary suitability based on personal commitment, social competence and ability to work on a time (primarily group work in courses), work involving self-reflection, practical experience in professional fields relevant to graduates in History, foreign language skills and subject-related international experiences or academic interaction with history-related topics (such as in a Bachelor’s thesis).