Who we are
Breaking down disciplinary and geographical borders, our programs offer broad-based training in the history of Eastern, Central and Western Europe; the Eastern Mediterranean; the Middle East; and Central Asia. Guided by an international faculty from 16 countries, you will take a closer look at the Habsburg, Romanov and Ottoman Empires and their legacies, as well as the totalitarian regimes of the 20th century through the lens of religious, cultural, intellectual and social history.
What you will study
- The Habsburg, Ottoman and Romanov empires and their legacies
- Nationalisms and internationalisms
- Communism and post-communism
- Religious studies Intellectual, cultural and art history
- Urban history
- Gender history
- Visual and media studies
- Diplomacy and international relations
- February 1, 2021 – for master's and PhD studies with financial aid
- March 15, 2021 – for self-financing master's candidates who will require a study visa
- August 16, 2021 – for self-financing master's candidates who will not require a study visa
Applications for the Erasmus programs have not opened yet.