- The Master is open to everyone holding one of the following degrees:
- Bachelor of History
- Bachelor of Philosophy
- Bachelor of Linguistics and Literary Studies
- Bachelor of Applied Language Studies
- Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Communication Studies
- Bachelor of Sociology
- Bachelor of Political Science
- Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences
Other academic Bachelor degrees need permission from the faculty.
- No previous experience with computing technology or programming is required (except from very basic computer skills).
- The programme is taught in English.
How to apply & enrol
Do you have a bachelor or master degree from a higher education institution in Belgium, the Netherlands or Luxembourg? And are you not required to have a visa?
If you have a bachelor or master degree from a higher education institution in Belgium, the Netherlands or Luxembourg, and you are not required to have a visa, you don't have to apply: you can enrol in this programme if you meet the admission requirements.
If you don't have a bachelor or master degree from a higher education institution in Belgium, the Netherlands or Luxembourg, and/or are required to have a visa, you have to submit an admission application. Make note of the deadlines!
The mentioned fees apply to the academic year 2021-2022.
Your tuition fee is calculated based on how many credits you are using by registering for courses and are subject to yearly revision. Please see the tuition fees overview page for more information about fees for other programmes and details about the payment.
- If your nationality belongs to a member state of the European Economic Area*: a fixed amount of 247.9 euro, increased with 11.9 euro per credit taken. This means 961.9 euro in case you register for 60 credits.
- If your nationality does not belong to a member state of the European Economic Area*: a fixed amount of 400 euro, increased with 90 euro per credit taken. This means 5800 euro in case you register for 60 credits. A tuition fee reduction is possible (conditions apply): 400 euro + 45 euro/credit (3100 euro for 60 credits)
*The member states of the European Economic Area are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden.
The tuition fee for the current academic year can be found on the tuition fees overview page.