Cultural Sociology at Masaryk University

Cultural Sociology at Masaryk University

Joštova 10, Brno, 60200

The International Joint Master’s Degree in Cultural Sociology is a full time Master’s program. You enroll at one of the partner universities, and receive the joint diploma.
Masaryk University, established in 1919 and the second largest in the Czech Republic, nowadays belongs to the foremost universities in Central Europe.
The Faculty of Social Studies was established in 1998 and it is among the newest and most dynamic parts of Masaryk University. Its social science tradition dates back as far as 1921, when I. A. Bláha, a direct pupil of Émile Durkheim, established the Department of Sociology. Since the 1920s, sociology and psychology have been taught at the Faculty of Arts, and joined by other disciplines, they established a unique social studies school in the late 1990s. The Faculty has continued developing dynamically while focused on education in the fields of sociology, political science, psychology, social policy and social work, media studies and journalism, environmental studies, international relations, European studies, gender studies, social anthropology, and recently, also security and strategic studies and energy security studies.

The International Joint Master’s Degree in Cultural Sociology is established in cooperation with the Universities in Graz, Zadar and Trento. It is open to applications now:
Would you like to analyse scientific topics within the field of cultural sociology by applying state-of-the-art theoretical and methodological approaches?
Or apply your knowledge and scientific skills in inter- and trans-disciplinary teams on complex issues?
Apply to Masaryk University now, spend at least one semester abroad at a partner university and get the joint diploma.


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