|Study location||Czechia, Brno|
|Tuition fee||€3,000 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The programme offers intensive instruction in a smaller number of challenging courses with high credit values, rather than extensive instruction in a high number of less demanding courses. This model of teaching is used at top international universities and it also helps you to become flexible and to transition smoothly to doctoral degree programmes if you decide to continue your studies. Our curriculum focuses on independent study combined with consultations with experienced lecturers, which enables you to develop skills needed for autonomous, thorough, and creative problem-solving. Methods that help you solve problems and complete tasks are given priority over broad factual knowledge in sociology, which can quickly become obsolete, is too extensive to be mastered in a two-year course of studies, and is usually easily available in digital databases and other types of information sources. Skilled use of such databases (e.g. being able to determine the relevance or reliability of data and information) is one of the skills that you learn during your Master’s studies.
Research Methodology in Sociology Advanced Methods of Demographic Analysis Introduction to Cultural Sociology Social Stratification and Labour Market Statistical Data Analysis with SPSS
Contemporary Sociological Theory Qualitative Text Analysis – Atlas.ti in Sociology Current Themes in Sociology Doing sociological Research: quantitave and qualitative approaches Sociology of the Family Transnational Studies
Thesis Project Contemporary Migration Research Independent Study Migration, Transnationalism and the City Writing Sociology
Thesis Writing Seminar Advanced Methods of Interpretation in Cultural Sociology Seminar to Advanced Methods of Interpretation in Cultural Sociology
The graduates are prepared to carry on individual analytical and conceptual work in different fields. They are prepared for jobs in various specialized areas.
A degree in sociology prepares you for further post-graduate study or for a professional career in fields ranging from state administration, marketing, and business to education, journalism, and the non-governmental sector. Our graduates often find employment in social and land development (at private companies, local authorities, labor offices, etc.) and in the market and public opinion research agencies.
The graduates are capable of individual and independent organizational and analytical work, and after enough experience also for professional leadership in project teams.