Since the 2011/12 winter semester, the master’s degree in Greek and Latin Studies has also been available as a part-time as well as full-time programme.
Studying part time is a great opportunity especially for students with children, students working part time, or students with disabilities or chronic illness, because it helps reduce the workload during the semester in exchange for extending the time allotted to complete the degree.
For part-time students, the programme duration of the bachelor’s degree changes from 6 semesters to 12 semesters. For the master’s degree, 6 or 8 semesters are needed instead of 3 or 4.
You do not need to provide any reasons to enrol in a part-time programme. You may also switch from a full-time model to a part-time model during any semester’s enrolment period. This reduces the workload in each semester by half.
Part-time studies are governed by the part-time study regulations (Ordnung für das Teilzeitstudium).
For more information on studying part-time, see the University’s main webpages.
Flyer(479.8 KB, 2 pages) on single-module and part-time studies