To qualify for entry onto the master, applicants must hold one of the following university degrees: Philosophy, Humanities, Law, Political and Administration Science, Medicine, Nursing, Sociology, Social and Cultural Anthropology, History, Journalism, Social Education and Social Work.
Graduates from other areas or disciplines will also be eligible provided they complete the corresponding levelling course.

For admission, the candidate’s language skills and previous work experience in any field related to the masters will be positively valued.