Admission to the Master program CREOLE – Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes is granted only if the candidate holds a degree in a subject related Bachelor program at an acknowledged institution of postsecondary learning or has taken part in an equivalent study program. According to the Bologna-agreement this degree or study program must amount to 180 ECTS-points.

Prospective students first apply for admittance to the university chosen as their home university (see Partners). Each university has different admission criteria, which are independent from the CREOLE study program. Similarly, whether the admission procedure is for the MA CREOLE immediately or a general admission which has to be followed up with an application for the particular chosen programme depends on the university in question.

To exemplify: Students in Vienna apply to the University of Vienna and are admitted to the MA CREOLE National Track. In a second step they apply to the local coordinator at the department to be accepted in the MA CREOLE International Track.