Master’s degree
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Specialist degree
  • Master’s degree
  • Foundation programmes
  • Master’s degree is the second stage of higher education.
    Master’s graduates receive a master’s diploma.
    The programme duration is 2 years.
    To get a diploma you need to obtain 120 educational credits.
    As a rule, the university independently determines the content of the programme in each particular specialty. The admission procedure also depends on the university and the course chosen.
    Holders of a bachelor’s degree usually continue their studies on a master’s program in the same or a similar specialty. If you choose another specialty, you may need to take additional exams.

    Admission Requirements

    To apply for a master’s program, the following documents are required:

    • Copy of the passport;
    • Bachelor’s diploma;
    • Certificate attesting the level of knowledge of the language of instruction;
    • Confirmation on the availability of funds sufficient to pay the cost of training and living expenses;
    • Motivation letter;
    • Letters of recommendation

    The requirements of different universities may vary. Check the information with your agent.