The requirements for obtaining the Master's degree are the following:

successful completion of four (4) Modules


successful completion of three (3) Modules and a Master thesis (EGL701).

Students can choose one or two Modules per academic year. Modules begin in early October and end in June with the final written examination.

The programme starts off with two (2) compulsory Modules: EGL50 - Greek Language and Linguistics and EGL51 - Theoretical Approaches to Ancient Greek Literature. After successful completion of these two Modules, students are required to choose:

(A) one of the following elective Modules and a Master thesis 

  • EGL60 - Translation and Didactics
  • EGL61 - Generic Transformations
  • TSP60 - Reception of Ancient Drama


(B) two of the above elective Modules