Master’s programmes Philosophy
Do you want to follow a full academic programme? If so, after obtaining your bachelor’s degree you can continue with a master’s programme. Once you have successfully completed your master’s you will have earned the title of Master of Arts (MA).
Three types of master’s
If you have obtained a bachelor’s diploma in Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives, then Leiden University offers three types of master’s:
A one-year master’s in Philosophy (60EC) which follows on from the Bachelor’s programme in Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives. Within this master’s programme you can opt for the following specialisations:
- Ethics and Politics
- History and Philosophy of Sciences
- Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture
- Philosophy, Politics and Economics
A master’s in teaching
A one-year master’s which prepares you for a position in education in the Netherlands, for example at a secondary school or in adult education. There are a number of criteria students of Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives have to meet to be eligible for this programme.
- ICLON (in Dutch)
Other one-year master’s programmes
Leiden has many more interesting master’s programmes.
See for more information mastersinleiden.nl.