Content Official Master's Degree in Egyptology
"The syllabus of the master's degree in Egyptology comprises 120 ECTS credits and is taught over two academic year. This greater length means that a single programme can offer introductory content for those new to the discipline (as there are no bachelor's degree studies in Egyptology) and also specialist content in preparation for research work, and it allows for less-intensive study and learning, to help students gain ""maturity in egyptology"", especially in terms of mastering the language and learning to read and interpret texts.
The 120 ECTS credits are distributed over 10 teaching modules of 10 ECTS each, plus a module for the master's degree dissertation: of 20 ECTS credits. Each module lasts a whole year, which allows students more time to acquire the content and competences and thus gain greater ""maturity in egyptology"". Six of the modules, corresponding to the first academic year, focus on acquiring essential knowledge. The other four modules and the master's degree dissertation, corresponding to the second year, are devoted to specialisation and preparation for research work. "
Course begins on19/09/2022
Study plan structure
Classroom and On Line Teaching Mode
|Egyptian Archaeology and Art||10||OB|
|Egyptian Epigraphy and Paleography||10||OB|
|Egyptian Language I||10||OB|
|Egyptian Texts I||10||OB|
|History of Egypt I||10||OB|
|Identities and Beliefs in Ancient Egypt||10||OB|
|Egypt in its Mediterranean and Near Eastern Context||10||OB|
|Egyptian Language II||10||OB|
|Egyptian Texts II||10||OB|
|History of Egypt II||10||OB|
|Master's Degree Dissertation||20||OB|
Discontinuation of courses
All optional subjects are not scheduled each year.