Graduate Admissions

Alma Mater Europaea – Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis is an independent higher learning institution that specialises in the studies of Humanities. .

We are very excited about welcoming you to the Alma Mater Europaea – ISH community and helping you achieve your academic goals. You’ll find Alma Mater Europaea – ISH to be a vibrant and growing institution where students, faculty and staff enjoy a challenging and collaborative environment.

Students are encouraged to apply early to ensure a smooth transition to Alma Mater Europaea – ISH. If you have questions about the admission requirements or application process, please contact the Alma Mater Europaea – ISH Study Office.

Students may apply for admission at any time without all the necessary required materials. Applicants will be notified of missing or incomplete documents needed to complete the admissions process.




Application Deadlines

Candidates for graduate studies which are carried out in the form of part-time or online studies can apply within two rounds.

First round:                        February 6th – July 11th, 2017

Second round:                   August 7th – September 29th, 2017


Successful candidates will be invited to complete the enrollment process at Alma Mater Europaea – ISH by mail. The enrollment of candidates will be held:

  • July 24th – August 4th, 2017 (for candidates selected in the first round)
  • 3rd of October, 2017 (for candidates selected in the second round)


Selection Criteria

Criteria for enrollment in graduate studies are defined in the Bill of higher education and individual study programs.

Anyone who has completed a first level study programs from a relevant expert field can enroll in graduate study program(s). Students who have not completed the first level of studies from a relevant expert field can also enroll provided they complete subjects relevant for the studies prior to enrollment.

Selection criteria consist of overall success on the first level of studies (average grade, thesis grade) or even overall success with individual subjects or subject groups from the first level of studies..