M.A. in Mediterraean Studies


Area of Studies

languages and philological sciences



Degree (in English)


  • English
Course Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

ECTS points



Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Tuition and Other Fees

1500 EUR/year (non-EU)
Students from Poland and UE: no tuition

Application Deadline(s)

Please, contact the unit

Course Description

Course Profile

Mediterranean Studies offers a hands-on experience in culture tourism and unique interdisciplinary approach to theory and practice of cultural diversity in modern-day Europe.
The programme welcomes all students willing to extend their knowledge about cultural identity of contemporary Europe and its heritage rooted in ancient Greco-Roman tradition. A better understanding of Europe will help students extend their acquired skills to multiple culture-related fields, such as media, tourism, international relations, and improve their employment prospects.
By combining philology with culture tourism, Mediterranean Studies is committed to broadening students’ intellectual horizons through an active engagement with literature, theatre, philosophy, rhetoric, classical education based on Paideia and its modern counterparts, ancient tradition, reception of Greco-Roman culture from Middle Ages to modern times.
The curriculum is based on core modules and optional courses providing flexible and personalized learning experience.
Part of the program includes optional trips abroad.
A graduate of the Mediterranean Studies will be ready to undertake research and enter PhD studies in the field of culture science, classical philology or other adequate humanistic areas.

Education Requirements

B.A. in arts, philology or social sciences with very good knowledge of English.


Associate Professor Magdalena Stuligrosz, PhD
E-mail: mastul@amu.edu.pl
Professor Piotr Urbański, Deputy Director of the Institute of Classical Philology
E-mail: urbanski@amu.edu.pl
Adam Mickiewicz University
Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology, Collegium Maius,
Address: ul. Fredry 10, 61-701 Poznań, Poland