- a Master’s degree in a field related to Critical European Culture Studies
- proficiency in English (for non-native English speakers, TOEFL scores should be provided),
- proficiency in a second European-related language. Proficiency in this European language should be at a level sufficient to study at a European University and may be demonstrated by:
- 1) semester-length enrollment in a European University OR
- 2) a minimum score of Advanced Low or the equivalent on the ACTFL/OPI or a similar score on a nationally or internationally recognized scale (such as the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
- three letters of reference
- graduate and undergraduate transcripts
- personal/career statement
- writing sample
We will next be accepting applications from September 2019 through the deadline of January 15, 2020 for admission to enter in fall 2020.