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Middle Eastern Studies

Zugangsvoraussetzungen: More information about the requirement application can be found on en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/middle-eastern-studies

Dauer: 1 Jahre

Studienbeginn: 1. September (Studiengänge mit Studienbeginn Februar)

Sprache: Englisch

Land: Niederlande

Hinweis: More information about the tuition fees can be found on www.studieren-in-holland.de/25,1,studiengebuehren.html


Specialisations

• Arabic Studies
• Islamic Studies
• Modern Middle East Studies
• Persian Studies
• Turkish Studies

Leiden University’s Master’s in Middle Eastern Studies covers virtually the entire Middle East, both in time and in geography. This is unique for the Netherlands, and extremely rare elsewhere. If you are interested in Middle Eastern languages, literature, religion and history, you will discover that developments in modern times take a central place in the study of these disciplines. On the other hand, it is equally possible for you to explore the classical heritage of Islam for which Leiden is internationally renowned.


The staff’s extensive international network will give you opportunities for research abroad at various institutions and universities in the Middle East itself, making the programme even more unique in the Netherlands.

The MA in Middle Eastern Studies exposes you to research covering the history, literature, languages and politics of the Arab, Persian and Turkish world, with special attention for the field of Islamic law, anthropology, philology and the modern Middle East.
You can specialise in one of five different areas, each of which can be further tailored to your field of interest by opting for a particular disciplinary approach, such as linguistics, anthropology, history, literary studies, or the Modern Middle East; or by choosing a particular geographic region, such as Morocco or Central Asia; or alternatively by concentrating on a particular historical period, such as the Middle Ages or the twentieth century.

• Arabic Studies
The history of Islam, contemporary developments in the Arab world, Arabic literature, and rich manuscript traditions are your topics of study in Arabic Studies.

• Islamic Studies
You study the rich context of Islamic law and anthropology of the Muslim world from the perspective of the social sciences combined with philology.

• Turkish Studies
If you concentrate on Turkish Studies, you take courses on such topics as Turkish history and Turkey’s relation to Europe, viewed against its transition from the multi-ethnic Ottoman state to a nation state.

• Persian Studies
Persian Studies will focus on courses combining philology with modern history, literature with linguistics, religion with rituals, and visual arts with the rich Persian iconography and visual arts. The scope of the programme extends beyond present-day Iran.

• Modern Middle East Studies
Modern Middle East Studies focuses solely on modern times, as you study the rich cultures, literatures and religions of this strategically important region while examining the Islamic Revolution (1979) in Iran, revolts and revolutions in Arab countries, and political developments in Turkey, Central Asia and Afghanistan.

Career opportunities:
As a graduate of the MA in Middle Eastern Studies, you will be qualified to work in a wide variety of careers requiring specialist language or cultural knowledge.

For example, within the diplomatic service, policy-making positions at ministries, the Immigration and Naturalisation Service, positions in the educational sector or NGOs involved in development cooperation projects, but also within international organisations, the cultural tourism or socio-cultural sectors.

Positions you could hold after your studies

• Desk editor at an educational institution
• Editor at a knowledge and inspiration platform
• Editor at Real Estate Publishers
• Librarian / Education Coordinator at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo
• Coordinator Study in Holland Desk at Netherlands Institute for Higher Education in Ankara
• Marketing and Communication Associate at Leids Universitair Fonds (Leiden University Fund)
• Photo editor at ANP
• Co-owner of a travel agency
• PhD candidate at Leiden University
• Trainee in Information Management at a recruitment and secondment agency

Some figures about graduates of Middle Eastern Studies

How successful are they in finding a job?

100 % found a job within six months.
73 % found their first job at professional or university level.
85 % held a position at professional or university level when the study was carried out.

contact person: International Studyline
phone.: 071 527 11 11
e-mail: study@bb.leidenuniv.nl
website: en.mastersinleiden.nl


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